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Malawi Police Arrest Four More People Over Ethiopians’ Mass Grave

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Police in Malawi have arrested four more people in connection with a mass grave uncovered last month. 30 bodies believed to be Ethiopians who had immigrated illegally and are believed to have suffocated to death. A stepson of former President Peter Mutharika was the first arrested after turning himself in to police.
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Malawi Police Arrest Four More People Over Ethiopians’ Mass Grave

Police in Malawi have arrested four more people in connection with a mass grave uncovered last month with 30 bodies believed to be Ethiopians who had immigrated illegally and are believed to have suffocated to death. A stepson of former President Peter Mutharika was the first arrested in connection with the grave after turning himself in to police on Wednesday. Villagers found the mass grave last month in a forest in Mzimba District in northern …

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Malawi Police Arrest Four More People Over Ethiopians’ Mass Grave

Lameck MasinaFILE – Forensic investigators remove bodies, Oct. 21, 2022 in the Mzimba District of Malawi where officials exhumed the bodies of 26 suspected Ethiopian migrants from a mass grave.BLANTYRE, MALAWI — Police in Malawi have arrested four more people in connection with a mass grave uncovered last month with 30 bodies believed to be Ethiopians who had immigrated illegally and are believed to have suffocated to death.A stepson of former P…

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