The church puts its nose in the Malawi, Tanzania border dispute

From Face of Malawi Tue Dec 25 2012, 01:53:32

It might be the Christmas spirit or indeed just trying to help, but the church in Malawi and Tanzania has also offered to mediate in the Lake Malawi border dispute between their two countries. This comes against the background of former Mozambican president Joachim Chissano who has been approached by the two countries to help [...]

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