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Recent Summary.     Click for More > Evicted moved to 'transit camp'  The campaign to clear the homes, businesses of the poor from its cities has sparked more violence Tsvangirai charged with treason Mugabe opponent accused of treason
Zimbabwe pastor Evan Mawarire calls for more protests New government minister arrested Activist: 'I feared for my life' Mom, tot among 12 'seized' Film of 'vote-rigging' 220 seek refuge in U.S. Embassy Mugabe defiant as criticism grows UN: Free Zimbabwe poll impossible. UN Security Council Mugabe rival seeks refuge in embassy Biti ordered to face treason trial  A magistrate ruled that Tendai Biti, the secretary-general of the opposition party, must face trial on charges that include treason Mugabe critic on treason charge Zimbabwe halts opposition rallies Tsvangirai arrested ahead of runoff vote  Police have detained presidential contender, just weeks before the June 27 runoff election against President Mugabe Raids target opposition party Opposition cries foul as Zimbabwe votes Zimbabwe to chair major UN body Opposition leaders arrested   Police stormed the main opposition party's headquarters and arrested its leader, Morgan Tsvangirai Opposition aide beaten Mugabe tells critics to 'go hang' Opposition tortured by police


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  Top opposition leaders were assaulted by police who broke up a prayer meeting planned to protest government policies.    Morgan Tsvangirai, the leader of Movement for Democratic Change ...


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Zimbabwe pastor Evan Mawarire calls for more protests  Mawarire who was briefly detained after organising a nationwide strike last week has called on people to keep protesting   New government minister arrested  Roy Bennett, opposition party member was arrested just before he was to become the troubled country's deputy agriculture minister Activist: 'I feared for my life'  Jestina Mukoko, top human rights activist, broke down twice in court, as she described her detention and torture by state agents last month Mom, tot among 12 'seized'  The whereabouts of a dozen opposition supporters remain unknown, weeks after they were seized by Zimbabwean security forces Film of 'vote-rigging'  New evidence of vote-rigging in presidential election has emerged in the form of a secret film made by Shepherd Yuda, a prison guard   220 seek refuge in U.S. Embassy   About 220 Zimbabweans congregated outside the Embassy in Harare, seeking refuge from election-related violence Observers denounce vote Tutu urges Zimbabwe intervention. Cape Town Mugabe rivals plead for end to 'genocide' Mandela condemns Mugabe 'failure'. South Africa Tsvangirai leaves embassy refuge US to ignore Zimbabwe poll result. Washington   Mugabe defiant as criticism grows  President Robert Mugabe has vowed to press ahead with run-off presidential election despite growing international condemnation ANC 'dismayed' by Zimbabwe crisis. South Africa UN: Free Zimbabwe poll impossible   UN Security Council: The Security Council has unanimously condemned the violence and intimidation against Zimbabwe's opposition party Mugabe rival seeks refuge in embassy Map of Harare Zimbabwe  Opposition presidential candidate Morgan Tsvangirai was taking refuge at the Dutch embassy in Harare Criticism mounts on Zimbabwe poll Judge okays opposition rally Biti ordered to face treason trial


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Jul.13


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Mar.21  Activists fined for watching Arab Spring videos


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Dec.2  Chicken chain axes Mugabe 'dictator' ad


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Oct.14  Judge sends politician back to jail
Jun.26  Army 'runs diamond mine'
Feb.16  Arrested activist's hearing delayed
Feb.13
Jan.20  Hunger strikers demand end to suffering
Jan.15
Jan.14  Rights activist is 'threat to society'
Jan.9  Court leaves activists in jail
Jan.2  Lawyer: Law has broken down


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Dec.25  Police ignore order to release activists
Dec.24  Seized activist in court
Dec.23  Tutu accuses S Africa over Mugabe
Dec.9  Court orders police to look for activist
Nov.20
Aug.27  Police seize opposition MPs
Jul.15  Battered farmers seek justice
Jul.12  Zimbabwe hails sanctions failure
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  A magistrate ruled that Tendai Biti, the secretary-general of the opposition party, must face trial on charges that include treason
Jun.19 Africa turns up heat on Zimbabwe Jun.12 Mugabe critic on treason charge   Secretary general of Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Tendai Biti was arrested in Harare on his return from South Africa Jun.6 Zimbabwe halts opposition rallies  Authorities have stopped opposition presidential candidate Tsvangirai from campaigning for the 27 June election Jun.4 Opposition leader freed Tsvangirai arrested ahead of runoff vote
  Police have detained presidential contender, just weeks before the June 27 runoff election against President Mugabe
May.8 Journalists, lawyer arrested
Apr.22 Churches: Stop the murder, torture Apr.20 Opposition claims mass arrests Apr.16 Police clamp down on strikers Apr.11 Ban on Harare rallies Apr.3 Raids target opposition party   The government forces began cracking down on the main opposition party Movement for Democratic Change, raising fears of a political crisis Mar.30 Monitors warn on 'delay' Mar.29 Opposition cries foul as Zimbabwe votes   The capital Harare was quiet after polls began closing for elections that will decide the future of longtime President Mugabe Mar.27 Mugabe critics predict fraud in elections

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Sep.11 Mugabe critic quits as archbishop
Jul.16 Mugabe critic sued for adultery Jul.10 Dissident urges world to pressure Mugabe May.11 Zimbabwe to chair major UN body   Zimbabwe has been elected to head the commission on Sustainable Economic Development despite strong objections from West Mar.28 Opposition leaders arrested
  Police stormed the main opposition party's headquarters and arrested its leader, Morgan Tsvangirai.    Tsvangirai was seized along with about 20 members of staff ...
Mar.18 Opposition aide beaten
  4 representatives of main opposition party were arrested as they tried to leave the country for neighboring South Africa Mar.16 Tsvangirai leaves Harare hospital Mar.15   Mugabe tells critics to 'go hang'  The authoritarian regime came under international condemnation following a violent crackdown on a gathering of opposition activists Mar.14 Mugabe critic 'has cracked skull' Mar.13 S Africa in Zimbabwe rights call. South Africa Opposition leader taken to hospital Mar.12 Opposition tortured by police
  Top opposition leaders were assaulted by police who broke up a prayer meeting planned to protest government policies
 Morgan Tsvangirai, the leader of Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), is in a bad state after being beaten by police in custody
Mar.11 Opposition leader arrested

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Sep.13 Police hold union chief


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Jul.22  U.N. slams Zimbabwe destruction Jun.22 Evicted moved to 'transit camp'
  The campaign to clear the homes, businesses of the poor from its cities has sparked more violence


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Jun.6 Tsvangirai charged with treason  Opposition leader has been charged with treason following a speech in which he threatened anti-government protests Jun.2  Tear gas fired at Harare marchers Feb.3  Tsvangirai treason trial begins

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Sep.8  Deadline over, no arrests Sep.2  Zimbabwe tensions hit Earth Summit Aug.8  Farmers defy deadline Mar.20  Mugabe rival charged with treason Feb.25   Mugabe opponent accused of treason
  Morgan Tsvangirai is to face charges of offence punishable by death - over an alleged plot to assassinate President Jan.31  Fury at media curbs