U.S. Accused of Trying to Destabilise Zimbabwe
The U.S. government has come under fire from Zimbabwe's state-owned newspaper The Herald, after they issued a travel advisory to U.S. citizens travelling to Zimbabwe, warning them to stay alert and avoid openly displaying cash, carry copies of their passports and visas; and to stay away from political rallies, demonstrations, and crowds.
allAfrica, 17 May 2019
The Herald, the state-owned newspaper in Zimbabwe, has carried an opinion piece saying that the United States's latest travel advisory is not about travel: rather, it "has… Read more »
Angry Citizens in Zimbabwe protesting (file photo).
allAfrica, 16 May 2019
The United States has issued a travel warning about crime and civil unrest in Zimbabwe. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Travel Advisory
State Department, 14 May 2019
Exercise increased caution in Zimbabwe due to crime and civil unrest. Read more »
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