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Calls for Zimbabwe political boycott  A leading opposition figure has called for a campaign of 'passive resistance' after election results showed President Mugabe's party had won Soldiers rampage at Harare bank  Dozens of troops have run amok in the capital after losing their temper while queuing up to withdraw cash at a bank Riot police disrupt student protest   The students attempt to present a petition to Parliament   Protesters greet Mugabe at summit Map of Johannesburg South Africa
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Zimbabwe pastor Evan Mawarire calls for more protests
  Protesters to hold mass anti-Mugabe rally Map of Harare Zimbabwe

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  Protesters are gathering in Zimbabwe's capital Harare to demand the resignation of President Mugabe. He attended a university graduation ceremony

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  Mawarire who was briefly detained after organising a nationwide strike last week has called on people to keep protesting

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  Johannesburg: African leaders gathered for a weekend summit as hundreds protested nearby, angry at the inclusion of Zimbabwean President
Jun.21 Judge okays opposition rally
  A judge in High Court overturned a police ban on an opposition rally scheduled for Sunday, less than a week from the presidential runoff
Jun.7 Court lifts rally ban  High Court has overturned a police ban on opposition campaign rallies this weekend Jun.6 Zimbabwe halts opposition rallies
  Authorities have stopped opposition presidential candidate Tsvangirai from campaigning for the 27 June election
Apr.14 Opposition called general strike  Movement for Democratic Change has called a general strike, which police have warned could have severe consequences Apr.11 Ban on Harare rallies  Zimbabwe's authorities have banned all political rallies in the capital, amid tension over the disputed elections

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Apr.3 National strike begins
  The police and troops fanned out through impoverished townships on the 1st day of a 2-day strike called to protest economic hardships

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Jun.8 Zimbabwe braced for strike action  2-day general strike is called by opposition groups in protest at a huge number of arrests

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Jun.2 Tear gas fired at Harare marchers
  Opposition leader Tsvangirai was arrested at his home and taken to police station Feb.19   Protesters call for Mugabe arrest   France: Human rights protesters have demanded the arrest of Zimbabwean President during his visit to Paris

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Apr.5 Protesters warned  The authorities have warned people not to take part in anti-government protests planned for the weekend Jan.20 Violence at opposition rally  Police fired tear gas to disperse rival party supporters in Bulawayo

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Nov.27 Students riot  Riot police have fought battles with hundreds of protesters angered by the killing of a university student Nov.21 Police break up protest   Riot police in capital Harare have broken up a protest over plans to tighten electoral rules

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B. 2017-11-17 Protesters to hold mass anti-Mugabe rally Harare, Zimbabwe
2. 2016-07-13 Zimbabwe pastor Evan Mawarire calls for more protests Zimbabwe
D. 2013-08-02 Calls for Zimbabwe political boycott Zimbabwe
E. 2008-12-01 Soldiers rampage at Harare bank Zimbabwe
F. 2008-11-08 Riot police disrupt student protest Harare, Zimbabwe
6. 2008-06-21 Judge okays opposition rally Zimbabwe
H. 2008-06-07 Court lifts rally ban Zimbabwe
2008-06-06 Zimbabwe halts opposition rallies Zimbabwe

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