Human Rights Body Says Zimbabwe Security Forces Used Torture
The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission has condemned the military crackdown on protesters and innocent citizens, saying the damage to property, vandalism and incidents of looting did not warrant use of excessive force on unarmed citizens.
Some of the fuel price increase protestors arrive at the Harare Magistrate's Courts.
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