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Two journalists have been arrested in the east African nation of Malawi after reporting that their president had left his palace due to a fear of ghosts.
The Malawian journalists, who work for the BBC and Reuters, were arrested along with the personal assistant to the vice-president.
All three have been jailed and the journalists have been charged with reporting news likely to cause fear and alarm in the community.
President Bingu wa Mutharika has denied the reports that he left his palace because he believed it was haunted.