Malawi protests: Anger at president's alleged election fraud

President Mutharika's ruling DPP party denies allegations of vote-rigging and fraud.

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    In Malawi, troops have been deployed to restore calm in the capital following fighting between protesters and police.

    Protesters have repeatedly accused President Peter Mutharika of election fraud since he won a second term in April.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports.


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