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Fears of new crackdown on dissent in Zimbabwe as comedian abducted and beaten

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In tonight’s edition :Abductions of opposition figures in Zimbabwe raise fears of a new state crackdown on dissent.Hundreds gather in the Congolese city of Goma in solidarity with Ebola response teams who've been facing increasing hostility as they work to eradicate the virus.and we meet English-speaking Cameroonians displaced by the ongoing Anglophone insurgency in the east of the country as they try to rebuild their lives in the French-speaking areas.

Added on the 22/08/2019 23:11:55 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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