Zimbabwe Telecoms Company Says Govt Ordered Internet Shutdown

Zimbabwe's Information Minister Monica Mutsvangwa says three people, including a police officer, have died in the protests that started on Monday following a sharp hike in the price of fuel. Rights group  Amnesty International says at least eight people have been killed by the security forces and 200 arbitrarily detained. The country' internet services have been suspended as President Emmerson Mnangagwa continues a five-country tour of Europe.

Zimbabwe shutdown protests (file photo).

President Emmerson Mnangagwa meets Russian president Vladimir Putin.


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