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Zimbabwe Releases Prisoners in Amnesty Program, But Communities Worry About Safety

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Human RightsLegal Rights

Zimbabwean presidents have granted over a dozen amnesties over 30 years to reduce overcrowding in prisons. But the lack of criteria raises questions about who is being released and why.

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Hundreds Arrested in Zimbabwe’s Latest Protests, But Was Justice Done?

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Human RightsLegal Rights

Hundreds of people who were arrested while protesting fuel hikes in January call for fair trials and better conditions in Zimbabwe’s overcrowded prisons.

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Old Land Mines Threaten Farmers and Livestock in Eastern Zimbabwe

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: AgricultureHuman Rights

It’s been nearly 40 years since Zimbabwe gained independence, but the war still haunts the northeastern part of the country. Despite demining efforts, active land mines riddle the area, threatening local farmers’ livestock and families.

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Zimbabwean Writer Treads Carefully as She Promotes Book About Notorious Massacre

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Human Rights

The Zimbabwean government has long discouraged open discussion of Gukurahundi, a notorious series of massacres. Writer Novuyo Rosa Tshuma had trouble finding details about this grisly time in the country’s history – so she decided to write a book about it.

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Under a New President, Zimbabweans Tentatively Acknowledge Bloody Past

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Human Rights

With former President Robert Mugabe out of power, Zimbabweans are less reluctant to discuss the country’s legacy of human rights abuses. Still, a comprehensive investigation of the crimes seems unlikely – and many believe it’s better that way.

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Zimbabwe’s Ongoing Protests Are About More Than Just Fuel Prices

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Human Rights

Zimbabwe has been rocked by protests in recent weeks. The demonstrations were sparked by high fuel prices, but Zimbabweans say their anger is about more than that.

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Women Rangers Pursue Poachers in Zimbabwe While Debate Ensues Over Anti-Poaching Tactics

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: EnvironmentHuman Rights

Damien Mander, founder of the International Anti-Poaching Foundation, has changed the lives of the women he’s hired to be wildlife rangers in Zimbabwe’s Lower Zambezi Valley. But many people in the conservation world worry that Mander’s approach is neither effective nor safe.

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Political Promises: One Local Lawyer Champions Rights for People with Disabilities in Zimbabwe

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: HealthHuman Rights

Disability rights were a prominent issue during Zimbabwe’s election season. Now, one Zimbabwean lawyer says it’s time for the government to make good on its promises.

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Zimbabwe Officials Are Trying to Fix This Settlement, but the Problems Run Deep

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Human RightsWater

In the Hopley Farm neighborhood of Zimbabwe’s capital, most residents got their land from the government, from a political party or from fake land barons. Now, the City of Harare hopes to bring some order to the chaos of this settlement – as well as some proper infrastructure.

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Homelessness, Drug Use Rising in Bulawayo Amid Broken Economy, Lack of State Support

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: HealthHuman Rights

As homelessness and unemployment plague Zimbabwe, some turn to legal and illegal substances to numb the pain. Reports of violence and drug use on the streets are a rising concern for residents.

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