Former South African president Zuma returns to court for corruption trial

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    Former South African president Jacob Zuma goes back on trial on Monday, facing corruption, racketeering and money laundering charges linked to an arms deal with the French defence firm Thales, which will be joining him in the dock. Zuma, now 79, is accused of accepting the equivalent of some €218,000 over two decades ago, when he was deputy leader of the country.

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