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EU concerned by Zimbabwe crisis, urges 'peaceful resolution'

Young women walk past an armored personnel carrier that stations by an intersection as Zimbabwean soldiers regulate traffic in Harare on November 15, 2017. Zimbabwe's military appeared to be in control of the country on November 15 as generals denied staging a coup but used state television to vow to target "criminals" close to President Mugabe. / AFP / Jekesai NJIKIZANA

 

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