Body found at home of acting PNG Prime Minister

By REUTERS
June 15, 2011 08:24

 
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CANBERRA - Papua New Guinea police are investigating the murder of woman at the home of the country's acting prime minister, compounding an uncertain future for the Pacific nation under an ailing leader.

Sam Abal, acting leader while Prime Minister Michael Somare recovers from heart surgery in Singapore, said he was not at the home in the capital Port Moresby when the body was found.


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