Zimbabwe: Further information: Activists face twenty years in jail for lecture
Six Zimbabwean activists, arrested in February this year in relation to a lecture about revolt in North Africa, will be tried on 18 July 2011 for attempting to subvert a constitutionally elected government. If convicted, they could be sentenced to twenty years in prison.
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