The Military and police have clashed with supporters of Zimbabwe’s competition MDC Alliance who took to the streets amid allegations that the ruling Zanu-PF party rigged Monday’s presidential and parliamentary vote.
On Wednesday, parliamentary effects indicated that President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Zanu-PF was once heading for a large majority, whilst the presidential consequence nonetheless remained to be declared.
The MDC Alliance says its presidential candidate, Nelson Chamisa, received Monday’s election.
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Local residents dispersed as opposition MDC supporters began fires in the streets of Zimbabwe’s capital Harare.
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Riot police used water cannon and tear fuel to control chaotic scenes as crowds burned tyres and pelted police trucks with stones.
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Police with shields and batons first of all contained the protesters but because the scenario grew to become violent they began chasing other people throughout the streets.
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Truckloads of anti-rise up officers had been known as in to help transparent the streets as tensions escalated.
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