Zimbabwe: Brief to SADC on harassment and intimidation of NGO workers by police
Amnesty International is deeply concerned about ongoing harassment and intimidation of human rights workers by police in Zimbabwe as the country prepares for elections in 2013. The latest case involves trumped up charges against senior employees of a respected non-governmental organisation that operates a clinic in Harare treating victims of torture and organised violence on a non-partisan basis.
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