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Zimbabwe fuel protests: Opposition activist Pastor Mawarire arrested

BBC News Wednesday, 16 January 2019
Zimbabwe fuel protests: Opposition activist Pastor Mawarire arrestedOpposition activist Pastor Mawarire is taken from his home as fuel price protests enter their third day.
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Armed Zimbabwean police arrested a political activist at his home on Wednesday (January 16), his lawyer said, the third day of protests against fuel price hikes as businesses and schools stayed closed and networks enforced a government internet shutdown. Francesca Lynagh reports.

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