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Zimbabwe: U.S. Ambassador Says Biti Arrest ‘Worrisome’

By Idah Mhetu US ambassador to Zimbabwe Brian Nichols Thursday made a surprise appearance at Tendai Biti s court hearing telling journalists soon after that the decision by Zimbabwean authorities to charge the MDC Alliance politician was worrisome . Biti was Thursday charged with inciting poll related violence as well violating the country s electoral laws through claims The post Zimbabwe: U.S. Ambassador Says Biti Arrest Worrisome appeared first on Zimbabwe Today.

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