Britain urges calm after post-election violence in Zimbabwe

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23 September 2018
Zimbabwe's electoral commission announcing result of Presidential election #ZimbabweElections
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US Embassy in Harare: Due to multiple demonstrations and reports of gun shots in the Central Business District, the U.S. Embassy encourages American Citizens to avoid the Central Business District.
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Britain urges calm after post-election violence in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa says his government is in touch with opposition leader after military crackdown
Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa says those responsible for violence should be identified and brought to justice
Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa calls for an independent investigation into Harare violence
Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa says talking to opposition to defuse tension
Zimbabwe president says seeks to 'peacefully' end election crisis
Fires burning in streets of Harare as 3 killed in ZimbabweElection protests. UN Sec Gen urged "restraint".
At least 3 dead after military swept into Zimbabwe's capital, state broadcaster says.
The former president expects to campaign in several states this fall and to issue a second round of endorsements in advance of Nov. 6, according to his office.
Regular forces couldn't cope with magnitude of violence thus army was requested, according to Zimbabwe police spokesman.
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#Zimbabwe Armored vehicles on move in city centre. Chopper overhead. Still hearing sporadic gunshots
MDC supporters flee after police fire tear-gas in Harare, amid protests at results of #ZimbabweElections
Police use water canon as they disperse protests in Harare. #ZimbabweElections
Armed troops on the streets of Zimbabwe's capital try to disperse opposition protesters.
Zimbabwe: Harare is rising up against ZanuPF. Capital is furious at ElectionsZW results by the ZEC which have declared Zanu-PF the winner
Soldiers including presidential guard unit moving into position outside the election result centre, situation deteriorating in Harare fast
Zimbabwe president calls for "peace" as clashes erupt after poll
Armed troops on the streets of Zimbabwe's capital Harare have tried to disperse opposition protesters
Sound of automatic gunfire heard on the streets of Harare
Supporters of Zimbabwe's main opposition party are marching through Harare to protest the election result. Protestors were forced to take cover after loud bangs were heard while the demonstrations took place.
Supporters of opposition leader Chamisa block some streets, burn tyres in Zimbabwe capital: Reuters
Congo police fire teargas at opposition leader Bemba's supporters
Official results show Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party has attained a two-thirds majority in Parliament
Zimbabwe opposition supporters confront police outside electoral commission center
EU observers criticise Zimbabwe elections for 'un-level playing field'
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Zimbabwe's ruling ZANU-PF party won the most seats in parliament in Monday's election, official results show, as opposition MDC allege widespread fraud and count continues in key presidential race
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CIT says the 3 slain Russian journalists were likely investigating Russian mercenaries' alleged diamond mine deals with rebel groups—which contradict Moscow's assurances to the UN that they were in the Central African Republic to help government forces
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