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Zimbabwe security forces kill protesters in crackdown
It was midnight when soldiers threatened to burn Jennifer Mutobaya and her three teenage sons alive inside their home in the Zimbabwean town of Kadoma. Protesters had filled the streets earlier, chanting slogans and burning tires, joining a display of fury at a hike in fuel price...
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BOTTOM LINE: Ballot or the bullet: Who won the Zim poll?
When the Zimbabwe Defence Forces packed off former Zimbabwean strongman Robert Mugabe, for many Zimbabweans, it was a milestone, for some a steppingstone and for others a cornerstone. All depends on where one stands. For common Zimbabweans that have suffered for many years becaus...
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Is political violence brewing ahead of poll?
Zimbabweans head to the polls on July 30, in the first presidential election since the ouster of President Robert Mugabe last year. Until a week ago, Zimbabwe’s presidential campaigning had been relatively peaceful, with the exception of some violence reported during the party pr...
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Zimbabwe rally blast injured 41
A blast that rocked a rally in which Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa narrowly escaped unscathed injured at least 41 people, including his two deputies, the health minister told a state Sunday paper.
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