ZIMBABWE ON EDGE AS OPPOSITION CHALLENGES PROTEST BAN

Zimbabwe’s main opposition MDC has gone to court to lift a police ban on its demonstrations, an official said on Friday, as armed police and soldiers set up checkpoints on major roads and blocked access to the party’s offices in central Harare. The police banned the street demonstration planned by... The post Zimbabwe on edge as opposition challenges protest ban appeared first on Cyprus Mail.

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