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Police disperse Anwar supporters

Police in Malaysia have prevented supporters of the country’s jailed former deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim from holding a rally. The planned gathering was one of a series intended to test the democratic credentials of Malaysia’s new leader. Police moved to enforce a ban imposed on the gathering on security grounds. They barred the way to a hall where the meeting was due to be held in the port town of Klang and ordered hundreds who had turned up to disperse. In the event demonstrators only left when speeches had been given and when two of their number, who had been arrested, were released. Full Story

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