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Madagascar denies approving exiled leader's return

Madagascar's ousted leader Marc Ravalomanana addresses the press on January 21, 2012 as he leaves O. R Tambo international Airport in JohannesburgMadagascar on Thursday denied saying ousted leader Marc Ravalomanana was free to come home after five years in exile, claiming hackers may have issued a bogus government statement. The apparently fake foreign ministry statement said that the 64-year-old Ravalomanana was “free to return to Madagascar” given “the evolution of the current political situation”. “We took this decision to restore the political situation on the island,” said the statement, which was sent to major news outlets earlier Thursday. Ravalomanana, who lives in exile in South Africa, has made several failed attempts to return to the Indian Ocean island which he fled following a coup led by rival Andry Rajoelina in 2009.

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