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Zimbabwe's military denies coup in the country; Says Prez Robert Mugabe and his family are safe

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Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()

Zimbabwe's military denies coup in the country; Says Prez Robert Mugabe and his family are safeZimbabwe's military today said it is not carrying out a military takeover of the government and that both longtime President Robert Mugabe and his family are safe.This was announced by Zimbabwe's Major General SB Moyo, Chief of Staff Logistics, on national television from Harare, after the military seized power.
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News video: Zimbabwe crisis: what next?

Zimbabwe crisis: what next? 01:53

As Zimbabwe went through what looked like a military coup, news that Robert Mugabe was alright but confined at home came from his South African counterpart, President Jacob Zuma. Why the involvement? Euronews asked Ewan Lawson, senior research fellow at the RUSI think thank. “Mugabe has...

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