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Lawyers for South Africa's Zuma tell court he is being treated unfairly

Reuters Monday, 20 May 2019
Jacob Zuma's lawyers argued on Monday that the former South African president had been treated unfairly by prosecutors in his bid to have revived corruption charges set aside because he is unpopular in the country at large.
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