Lesotho's new Prime Minister Thomas Thabane has been sworn in, two days after his estranged wife was shot dead.
Thomas Thabane Sworn in As Lesotho's Prime Minister
Al Jazeera, 16 June 2017
Lesotho's new prime minister took office on Friday as part of a coalition government, three years after he was targeted by a coup and two days after the murder of his estranged… Read more »
Thabane Takes Over 'Deeply Divided Lesotho' As Opposition MPs Boycott Inauguration
News24Wire, 16 June 2017
Tom Thabane has been sworn in as Lesotho's prime minister for the second time in just over two years. Read more »
Amnesty International is calling on the newly elected government of Lesotho to act swiftly to ensure accountability for past human rights violations. Read more »
Prime Minister-elect Tom Thabane's inauguration comes after a snap election was held following a vote of no confidence against his predecessor, Pakalitha Mosisili. Read more »
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