Zimbabwe Police Arrest Four Linked to 'Regime Change' - NGO

The Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition organisation says police have arrested NGO leaders who the State has linked to a regime change plot with foreign support. The NGO names four people who it says were arrested at the Robert Mugabe International Airport. The arrests follow reports in the state-owned Herald newspaper in which the US and other super powers are accused of sponsoring civil society organisations, which are said to stir civil unrest.

Police have arrested four top NGO leaders who the State has linked to a regime change plot with foreign support, according to a Facebook post by pro-democracy NGO, Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition.

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