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Biti vows to fight deportation in international feels betrayed by Zambia

By Staff Reporter OPPOSITION leader Tendai Biti says he feels betrayed by Zambia which deported him to Zimbabwe after rejecting his claim for political asylum. Biti was arrested at Chirundu Border Post as he tried to flee to Zambia fearing for his life following the violent aftermath of the July 30 elections. He however, says The post Biti vows to fight deportation in international feels betrayed by Zambia appeared first on NewZimbabwe.com.

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