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Tendai Biti, a leading opposition member, sought asylum in the neighboring Zambia, but his request was denied and he was detained by police. Now, he's out on bail.

Zimbabwe Cracks Down On Opposition After Disputed Presidential Election

By Eyder Peralta NPR
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