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Synonyms for Harare

the capital and largest city of Zimbabwe

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The demonstrations were blocked after the police issued a prohibition order, stopping the demonstrations on the eve of the Harare march, on the pretext they would likely be violent.
"Alors, oui, vous allez voir plus d'actions, d'actions pacifiques, dans d'autres villes, plus d'actions a Harare. En fait, ce n'est pas la fin, ce n'est que le debut.
It was then was transported by helicopter to his home village, north of Harare.
In addition to clusters in Mbare, clusters were detected in Harare's western suburbs, including Kuwadzana, where high rates of ciprofloxacin-resistant Typhi were identified.
A human rights lawyers group said it had received reports of soldiers and police officers breaking into homes in Harare townships overnight and assaulting suspected demonstrators.
Mnangagwa told ruling ZANU-PF supporters at a rally in Murombedzi, Mugabe's village some 100 km (60 miles) west of the capital Harare, his predecessor had been due to return on Oct.
Harare [Zimbabwe], Nov 8 ( ANI ): Two buses collided with each other in southeast Zimbabwe, killing 47 people.
1 as Zimbabwean citizens in Harare protested the delay in reporting presidential election results by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission.
The US embassy in Harare urged the army to "use restraint" on Twitter, saying the country had an "historic opportunity" for a brighter future.
It was also learnt that the Pakistan squad practiced in the nets at the Harare Sports Club on Tuesday after the postponement.
Harare -- Australia thrashed Pakistan on Monday to win the second T20I of the Zim-Aus-Pak tri-series by nine wickets in Harare.
The news also sparked scenes of jubilation in the capital, Harare, as large crowds cheered, danced and sang for hours celebrating Mugabe's departure.
The Prime Minister said the situation in the southern African country was "fluid" and urged "restraint on all sides" as the army deployed at key strategic locations in the capital, Harare, and seized control of the state broadcaster.
The Prime Minister said the situation in the southern African country was 'fluid' and urged 'restraint on all sides' as the army deployed at key strategic locations in the capital Harare and seized control of the state broadcaster.