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Maldives Foreign Minister criticises Mohamed Nasheed activities abroad: It has gone from medical leave to media leave.
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Jailed former president Mohamed Nasheed warned Monday of a "cold war" and an "arms race" in the Indian Ocean as he lashed out at the government for its pro-China stance. Speaking for the first time since his imprisonment in March, Nasheed, on a ...Haveeru Daily Online, 1 week ago Nasheed warns of Maldives-led cold war in the Indian ocean South Asia Monitor, 1 week ago
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Colombo: The Maldives' foreign minister on Monday lambasted jailed former president Mohamed Nasheed, accusing him of using prison leave for publicity after he met Prime Minister David Cameron while in Britain for medical treatment. Dunya Maumoon ...Qatar Peninsula, 1 week ago
Former Maldives president Mohamed Nasheed said he had not yet decided whether to return to the country at a press conference on Monday in London, where he has travelled for medical treatment.Times of India, 1 week ago
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