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Zimbabwe soldiers enforce protest ban on empty streets of Harare


The streets of central Harare are empty, as soldiers and police patrol to enforce a ban on protests. Demonstrators had been set to take to the streets to protest against alleged state corruption and the deteriorating economy. IMAGES

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