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Zimbabwe:Coup Feared Amid Explosions in Harare, Reported Seizure of State Media

allAfrica.com Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
[Deutsche Welle] Explosions have resounded across the capital Harare amid rumours of an army takeover. Tensions have risen across Zimbabwe after reports that the military took control of state broadcaster ZBC's headquarters.
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News video: Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe Makes First Public Appearance Since Military Coup

Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe Makes First Public Appearance Since Military Coup 01:19

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe arrived at a university graduation ceremony in the capital Harare on November 17, making his first public appearance since a military seizure of power. The army's takeover on Wednesday (November 15) signaled the collapse of Mugabe’s 37 years in office.

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