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Zimbabwe: A trail of violence after the ballot

3rd June 2008, 12:59:25 UTC

Amnesty International has documented unlawful killings, torture and other ill treatment,
including beatings, as well as harassment and intimidation of mainly
Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) supporters and human rights defenders in
Zimbabwe following elections on 29 March 2008. By the end of May dozens of people
had been killed and over 1600 people had been treated for injuries sustained from
politically related violence. Human rights groups in Zimbabwe have been unable to
document all the cases of violence as their movements have been severely restricted
and some of them have fallen victim to the on-going violence.

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