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Victoria was seven months pregnant with her third child when she took her two young children and left her husband.

For three weeks, she stayed with her parents wondering what to do about a marriage that had disintegrated to the extent that she and her husband Craig no longer talked.

‘When Craig came home at night, he’d have something to eat, then he’d open up his laptop to respond to work emails.

I fooled myself that because we were in the same room we were still being together.

His government SUV was driven by a gregarious man in a loose-fitting white robe, who navigated the vehicle toward the back of the compound, away from the main palace building’s soaring glass atrium and modern-looking turrets, which give it a Martha Stewart-meets-Gunga Din look.

The driver pulled up to a smaller structure with a massive satellite dish on top, where Kumar was to meet Ahmed Bah dit Hmeida, an official with the innocuous-sounding title of counsellor to the president.

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