AP: In South Africa, a defiant Zuma says he has been victimized

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JOHANNESBURG (AP) — South African President Jacob Zuma broke his silence Wednesday to disagree with the ruling party's order to resign and say he'd done nothing wrong, setting the stage for his almost certain ouster in a parliamentary vote on Thursday after years of corruption scandals.
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