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Zimbabwe Police Use Tear Gas to Violently Break up Protests

Zimbabwe police on Wednesday fired tear gas and water cannons to break up anti-government protests in the capital, Harare, as frustrations grow over a rapidly deteriorating economy.   Police beat up several journalists covering the protests, smashing a video camera and attacking a journalist's car, breaking windows and taking a laptop.   Baton-wielding police moved in as hundreds of activists gathered outside the finance minister's office demanding that he abandons...

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