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South African ex-president Zuma back in court for graft case

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South Africa's ex-president Jacob Zuma makes a surprise court appearance in his latest bid to replace the chief prosecutor in a long-running corruption trial over a 1990s arms deal. Aged 79, Zuma was in September released from prison due to ill health two months into a 15-month jail sentence for refusing to collaborate with a graft probe into his 2009-18 presidency. IMAGES

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