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Police have barricaded routes to a shrine east of Zimbabwe's capital to block an annual pilgrimage by Anglicans to honour a Mozambique-born martyr.
Some 200 people from an informal settlement in the Harare suburb of Gunhill in Zimbabwe face being forcibly evicted without being given adequate notice or any due process.
Christian student representatives and Mennonite and Bretheren churches are among those expressing solidarity following this week's arrests and repression by the Mugabe regime
Churches join activists in a call for human rights, while Anglican primates meet the Harare bishop accused of being Mugabe stooge.
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A judicial review, brought by the Howard League for Penal Reform on behalf of a boy who has been held in prolonged solitary confinement in a...
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