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

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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 crisis: Tens of thousands demand 'Mugabe must go'

Zimbabwe crisis: Tens of thousands demand 'Mugabe must go' 02:20

Masses of protesters flooded the streets of Harare, Zimbabwe, calling for Robert Mugabe, the president for the last 40 years, to resign.

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