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Sri Lanka anti-corruption chief quits after president's criticism

COLOMBO (Reuters) - The head of Sri Lanka's anti-corruption body resigned on Monday, government officials said, days after President Maithripala Sirisena implied her agency was favoring the rival party of his prime minister.
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