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Immunity Protects Equatorial Guinea Diplomat in US Case

Police in a Washington suburb say that Equatorial Guinea's ambassador to the United States is suspected of beating his daughter with a wooden chair leg but won't be arrested because he has diplomatic immunity. Arlington County police say they responded to an emergency call earlier this week to investigate a "malicious wounding" at the country's diplomatic residence. After interviewing people in the residence, the authorities said the "primary suspect" was...

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