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Zimbabwe must review police misconduct after 21 activists cleared in murder case - 19 septiembre 2013

Headline Title:  Zimbabwe must review police misconduct after 21 activists cleared in murder case Today’s acquittal of 21 human rights and opposition activists by Zimbabwe’s High Court leaves the authorities with serious questions to answer about police misconduct in the aftermath of a police o Today’s acquittal of 21 human rights and opposition activists by Zimbabwe’s High Court leaves the authorities with serious questions to answer about police misconduct in the aftermath of a police officer’s murder. Media Node:  MDC activists Story Location:  Royaume-Uni 17° 8' 26.5308" S, 30° 37' 17.9148" E See map: Google Maps “This acquittal of the 21 activists is a positive development – Amnesty International has always believed that most, if not all, of the accused had been arrested as a result of a politicized investigation into the death of the police officer” Fuente:  Noel Kututwa, southern Africa director at Amnesty International Fecha:  Jue, 19/09/2013

Zimbabwe. Des femmes ont été forcées à fuir leur domicile après avoir refusé de révéler pour qui elles avaient voté

Des militantes politiques vivant en milieu rural au Zimbabwe ont dit à Amnesty International avoir été menacées d’actes violents et contraintes à fuir avec leurs enfants, après avoir refusé de révéler pour qui elles avaient voté à des partisans du parti de Robert Mugabe pendant les élections harmonisées. Des militantes politiques vivant en milieu rural au Zimbabwe ont dit à Amnesty International avoir été menacées d’actes violents et contraintes à fuir avec leurs enfants, après avoir refusé de révé

Zimbabue: Mujeres obligadas a huir de sus casas por negarse a revelar su voto

Varias activistas políticas del medio rural de Zimbabue declararon a Amnistía Internacional que las habían amenazado con violencia y obligado a huir con sus hijos por negarse a revelar su voto a simpatizantes del partido de Robert Mugabe durante las elecciones armonizadas. Varias activistas políticas del medio rural de Zimbabue declararon a Amnistía Internacional que las habían amenazado con violencia y obligado a huir con sus hijos por negarse a revelar su voto a si

Zimbabwe: Women forced to flee their homes for refusing to reveal their vote

Women political activists in rural Zimbabwe told Amnesty International they have been threatened with violence and forced to flee with their children for refusing to reveal their vote to supporters of Robert Mugabe's party during harmonized elections. Women political activists in rural Zimbabwe told Amnesty International they have been threatened with violence and forced to flee with their children for refusing to reveal their vote to supporters

Zimbabwe: Women forced to flee their homes for refusing to reveal their vote - 6 agosto 2013

Headline Title:  Zimbabwe: Women forced to flee their homes for refusing to reveal their vote Women political activists in rural Zimbabwe told Amnesty International they have been threatened with violence and forced to flee with their children for refusing to reveal their vote to supporters Women activists in rural Zimbabwe tell Amnesty International they have been threatened with violence for refusing to reveal their vote to supporters of Robert Mugabe's party. Media Node:  zimmer Twitter Tag:  zimbabwe Story Location:  Royaume-Uni 15° 12' 56.3112" S, 28° 25' 57.4212" E See map: Google Maps “The election observers still in Zimbabwe must investigate these reports of politically motivated displacement.” Fuente:  Amnesty International’s Noel Kututwa

Zimbabwe. À l'approche des élections, une répression très inquiétante s'abat sur les libertés fondamentales

Au Zimbabwe, la police multiplie les manœuvres d'intimidation ciblant les défenseurs des droits humains à l'approche des élections qui doivent avoir lieu fin juillet, écrit Amnesty International dans un nouveau rapport. Au Zimbabwe, la police multiplie les manœuvres d'intimidation ciblant les défenseurs des droits humains à l'approche des élections qui doivent avoir lieu fin juillet, écrit Amnesty International da

Zimbabwe: Alarming clampdown on basic freedoms ahead of elections - 12 julio 2013

Headline Title:  Zimbabwe: Alarming clampdown on basic freedoms ahead of elections Zimbabwean police are continuing to target and intimidate human rights defenders ahead of elections later this month according to a new report by Amnesty International. A new Amnesty International report details how police have conducted systematic raids on offices, arbitrarily arrested activists and seized equipment. Media Node:  zimbabwe police Twitter Tag:  zimbabwe Story Location:  harare Zimbabwe 17° 51' 5.04" N, 31° 2' 52.08" E “The clampdown on the work of human rights defenders is a worrying indicator that government agencies remain actively hostile to civil society.” Fuente:  Noel Kututwa, Amnesty International's Deputy Programme Director for Africa. Fecha:  Vie, 12/07/2013

Zimbabue: Alarmante represión de las libertades fundamentales en vísperas de las elecciones

La policía de Zimbabue sigue atacando e intimidando a defensores y defensoras de los derechos humanos en vísperas de las elecciones que se celebrarán en el país a finales de este mes. Así lo ha manifestado Amnistía Internacional en un nuevo informe. La policía de Zimbabue sigue atacando e intimidando a defensores y defensoras de los derechos humanos en vísperas de las elecciones que se celebrarán en el país a finales de este mes.

Zimbabwe: Alarming clampdown on basic freedoms ahead of elections

Zimbabwean police are continuing to target and intimidate human rights defenders ahead of elections later this month according to a new report by Amnesty International. Zimbabwean police are continuing to target and intimidate human rights defenders ahead of elections later this month according to a new report by Amnesty International.

Zimbabwe elections process must safeguard human rights

Zimbabwe’s government must focus on protecting human rights in the run-up to elections, Amnesty International said today as the country’s leaders publicly disputed the date the vote should be held. Zimbabwe’s government must focus on protecting human rights in the run-up to elections, Amnesty International said today as the country’s leaders publicly disputed the date the vote should be held.

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