MTN continues to fight an ongoing US antiterrorism case, which may proceed to a trial.

“MTN firmly believes that the plaintiffs have sued the wrong defendants in the wrong court, based on insufficient allegations,” the company said as it reported third quarter earnings earlier in November...

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