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Probe decries Zimbabwe army's deadly post-vote crackdown


HARARE (Reuters) - The Zimbabwean military's use of live bullets to quell post-election violence in the summer was "disproportionate and unjustified", according to an inquiry released on Tuesday.

Six protesters and bystanders died and dozens were injured in violence after delays in announcing results that made Emmerson Mnangagwa the first elected head of state since Robert Mugabe's removal from power last year.

   

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