Soldiers on Harare streets as ruling party accuses Zimbabwe army chief of treason | Reuters
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 () HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's ruling party accused the head of the armed forces of treason on Tuesday as troops took up positions around the capital in an escalation of a dispute with 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe over political succession. Soldiers stand beside military vehicles just outside Harare, Zimbabwe, November 14, 2017
On Tuesday, Zimbabwe's ruling party accused the leader of the armed forces of treason, as armored vehicles were spotted nearing the capital in apparent military pressure on President Robert Mugabe over a succession dispute. According to analysts, it remains premature to talk of a coup attempt,...
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