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Zimbabwe crisis: US embassy in Harare advises citizens to remain home due to 'ongoing political uncertainty'

Firstpost Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
The US embassy in Zimbabwe on Wednesday warned its citizens in the country to "shelter in place" due to "ongoing political uncertainty" as the crisis threatening the government deepened
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News video: Zimbabwe tensions: Military seizes power, denies coup

Zimbabwe tensions: Military seizes power, denies coup 02:48

Tension and uncertainty are growing in Zimbabwe after the army announced it has seized power. The military says it wants to target criminals around President Robert Mugabe, said military spokesperson Major General SB Mayo in a televised statement.

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