Protesters, Police Clash in Zimbabwe's Capital

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allAfrica
Publisher:
allAfrica.com [allAfrica] (Washington, DC)
Publication Date:
16 August 2019
Tags:
Zimbabwe, Economy, Business and Finance, Governance, Human Rights, Labour, Legal and Judicial Affairs

Zimbabwe's main opposition party has called off anti-government protests in the capital Harare at the last minute, after failing to overturn a police ban. However, some protesters who had already gathered in the city were violently dispersed by police.


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