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Angola may seek international arrest warrant for Isabel dos Santos: reports

Reuters Thursday, 23 January 2020
Angola could issue an international arrest warrant for billionaire Isabel dos Santos if she fails to cooperate with a fraud investigation in which she has been named as a suspect, its chief prosecutor was quoted as saying.
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News video: Suspect named in Dos Santos investigation found dead

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Angola's fraud investigation took a shocking turn on Thursday after authorities said they could issue an international arrest warrant for billionaire Isabel dos Santos, and in Lisbon a suspect in the probe was found dead in what a police source said appears to be a suicide. David Doyle reports.

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