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Malawi opposition party march on court, seeking election annulment

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Members of the main opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP), led by their president Lazarus Chakwera, march to the constitutional court in Lilongwe, as their lawyers continue to fight for the country’s May 21 presidential election results to be nullified because of "many irregularities." IMAGES

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