Journalists Protest Against Police Brutality in Zimbabwe

Journalists from the country's private media marched to the Harare Central Police Station to hand over a petition against police brutality after anti-riot police fired teargas into a newsroom of 263Chat. Several journalists have been targets of continued attacks by police during endless running battles between the law enforcement agents and vendors.

Zimbabwe journalists protest against police brutality.


The Zimbabwe Republic Police working together with Harare Municipal police besieged 263Chat office at before firing three tear gas canisters inside the cubic office and locked the door from outside leaving 16 people to suffocate inside.


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