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Maldives ex-leader demands president's resignation

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COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — The former president of the Maldives took refuge for a second day Thursday in the country's Indian embassy, and his party spokesman said he would not leave the building until the current leader resigns. Abdul Gafoor, spokesman for the Maldivian Democratic Party, said former President Mohamed Nasheed was in danger and the party had urged him to remain in the...