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Morning Brief: Malawian government stays silent on president's reported death

Malawian government stays silent on president's reported death Top story: Citing anonymous medical and government sources, both the BBC and Reuters are reporting that Malawian President Bingu wa Mutharika has died after suffering a heart attack. But the government has not confirmed the reports, only saying that the 78-year-old leader was taken to South Africa for medical treatment.
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