Zimbabwe's governing party accuses army chief of "treasonable conduct" over comments challenging President Mugabe

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16 January 2018
Helicopters flying around in the avenues area in Harare.
The recently sacked Vice president of Zimbabwe by Mugabe, Mr. E.D Mnagngawa can be said to be in charge of Zimbabwe.
"Zimbabwe has not had a coup. There has been a decision to intervene because our constitution had been undermined," declares @zanu_pf .
Unconfirmed reports are that several top ranking Zanu PF members including youth wing leader Chipanga have been arrested. The whereabouts of @ProfJNMoyo is unknown
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Military vehicles block road outside Zimbabwe parliament
Heavy military presence in Harare today
Zimbabwe's military seizes state TV and blocks off access to government offices, but denies coup ongoing
Harare Zimbabwe this morning. Most major roads around town closed
Zimbabwe army says Mugabe safe, "only targetting criminals around him" . Heavy security apparently at Harare airport for arrival of ex-VP Emmerson Mnangagwa
Zimbabwe's army warns that any provocation 'will be met with an appropriate response.'
Zimbabwe army General SB Moyo addresses the nation on state broadcaster ZBC this morning; This is not a military takeover over of government. Zimbabwe Defence Forces is pacifying a degenerating political, social and economic situation in our country
Zimbabwe army takes over ZBC: "His Excellency the President and Commander in Chief of the Defence Forces is safe and secure. His safety is guaranteed. We are only targeting criminals surrounding him causing the suffering of the people"
Military has taken over Zimbabwe airwaves, says they will target "criminals surrounding" Mugabe to remedy "country's suffering."
CCTV footage purportedly shows Al-Shabab's "TM" truck hitting other vehicles (consistent with witness accounts) on its way to K-5 junction where it exploded - one month ago today - killing at least 414 people, wounded hundred
Zimbabwe's governing party accuses army chief of "treasonable conduct" over comments challenging President Mugabe
Supreme Court disqualifies Attorney General as amicus Curiae in the presidential petition
ZANU-PF says party will never succumb from pressure from military.
Zimbabwe's ZANU-PF says army chief's statement was calculated to disturb peace, stability
Tanks outside Zimbabwe capital a day after army commander's warning to `step in' amid turmoil
Tanks now in Harare
Tanks and military vehicles are blocking the roads leading to Zimbabwe capital of Harare, reports of a possible standoff between the army and President Mugabe
VIDEO: Zimbabwean military vehicles seen deployed, reportedly heading towards capital Harare2 month ago
VIDEO: Zimbabwean military vehicles seen deployed, reportedly heading towards capital Harare
Two tanks parked beside main road 20 km outside Harare, facing the Zimbabwe capital - Reuters witness
[email protected] aired the CCTV footage of 14th November attack that killed 500 people and wounded 500 others. the diedliest single attack in the country's history
US offcial confirms that no US personnel were involved in Mogadishu convoy explosion
Zimbabwe: The deployment of troops looks like it. Blue House has been condorned off.
Good map from the UN on latest displacement figures due to fighting in Wershefana area
As seen somewhere on the outskirts of Harare2 month ago
Unknown location
As seen somewhere on the outskirts of Harare
Sudan willing to cooperate with OPEC, Non-OPEC countries - Petrolem minister
2 month ago
Shabaab Media Unit Reports Suicide Bombing on American Convoy Near Mogadishu
Al Shabab official tells 5 US personnel had been killed in the attack after a suicide bomber targeted AU convoy escorting US officials. No independent confirmation yet
Deadly car bomb hits African Union troops' vehicle near Mogadishu
Major anti-terror sweep in Afgoye town nets 19 suspects including wanted figures. Afgoye has been the target of repeated Al-Shabab attacks, some of the suspects are accused of leading double lives - facilitating attacks while working on other jobs: sources
AMISOM spokesman tells that investigation was still underway
Reports of an explosion outside Mogadishu. A witness tells local media that AU convoy was the target