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Amnesty International slams arrest of journalist over Grace Mugabe ‘used underwear’ story

A rights group has slammed the recent arrest of Zimbabwean daily newspaper journalist Kenneth Nyangani, adding that this was “a deliberate tactic to harass and intimidate him and other journalists in order to deter them from doing their work”.

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