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Zimbabwe: police brutality against activists

Police brutality against members of Zimbwabean women's civic movement, WOZA:
“By 7pm on Tuesday, all 56 members arrested on Monday at the Kuwadzana ZESA sit-in had been assualted in police custody and forced to pay admission of guilt fines to ‘buy’ their freedom. Lawyers served police with orders to allow them access to their clients. This order was mostly ignored as the beatings continued.”

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