Harare, Zimbabwe (AP) – Zimbabwe's pastor and entrepreneur was charged Wednesday with a subversion on Wednesday on Wednesday and he needed a doctor, hundreds of people were arrested by the wounded by security forces.
After Evan Mawarire's night, more than 1,000 people were arrested for violent economic protests in the country. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison if he was convicted.
In addition to the banner of the National Flag and the banner, he told reporters that Emmerson Mnangagwa's government acts similarly to the former leader Robert Mugabe.
"We need to run and hide again. It breaks my heart," said Mawari. "I was blocked by more than 300 young men whose bodies were broken by soldiers and police. Tragedy is a shame, it's been locked for 16 years."
Pastor did not provide details about his health, but the conditions that he was called within prison ". Of course, it's not the best." There was no point in Harare, because people who are outside of the capital receive medical care.
Attorneys have said people have gone to jails in the country and "mass tests" began, protests began when protests began, gasoline became more expensive at Zimbawe's fuel prices.
The doctors said they killed 12 people in the shootings and with more than 300 wounded scores of soundtracks. Human rights activists said women were raped and the United States Embassies called on Wednesday to help the people of the raid, and asked the authorities for help in investigating and tweeting: "Political and sexual violence is an unjust and democratic revolution."
Zimbabwe authorities have diverted allegations of security forces, stealing evenly "fake elements," and the political opposition is the cause of the attack.
As a result of Mindangwa's underdeveloped reform, since the end of 2017, he has gone to many Zimbabwe after the movement of the border. Thousands of gunmen frightened the army during the departure of Mugabe, but since then the soldiers have been deadly.
In the last two weeks, scenes Mnangagwa is facing a challenge for foreign investment and other emerging economies to rebuild the fall of the economy.
Mawari, accused of violence against violence, prevented the government from flipping, but said the authorities would "fight" to resolve the country.
"Every Zimbabwe has no choice, but to continue the fight," he said. "Our nation is fighting for us, it forces us to fight. There is no choice for us."
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