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Zimbabwe mercy dash frees victim

October 15, 2018
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Australian diplomat helps injured activist Sekai Holland flee Zimbabwe, in dramatic and direct defiance of Mugabe regime. – (The Age — 23 March, 2007)
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Sekai Holland, the bashed Zimbabwean opposition activist and formerAustralian resident, arrived in Johannesburg for urgent medicalattention late last night Sydney time after having been freed frompolice custody in Harare. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 23 March, 2007)
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Australian husband of tortured Zimbabwean activist Sekai Hollandsays his wife ‘refused to cry’ despite enduring hours of attacksthat resulted in 80 injuries. – (The Age — 24 March, 2007)
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A 64-YEAR-OLD former Australian resident trapped in Zimbabwe saysshe was lashed more than 80 times by 15 police and fears she willdie if she stays in the strife-torn country. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 March, 2007)
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THE Australian husband of a tortured Zimbabwean activist said sherefused to cry despite enduring hours of attacks that resulted in80 injuries, including broken bones. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 24 March, 2007)
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Zimbabwes High Court has ruled that two Opposition officials who were beaten while in police custody should be allowed to travel abroad for medical treatment The Government had banned Grace Kwin (ABC News — 22 March, 2007)
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Angola is reported to be sending 2500 members of its fearedparamilitary police to Zimbabwe, raising concerns of an escalationin violence against the opponents of the President, Robert Mugabe. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 March, 2007)
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A leading Zimbabwean cleric said on Thursday he was ready to face bullets in the street amid international condemnation of Robert Mugabe’s regime and fears of a renewed wave of repression. (CNN — 24 March, 2007)
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A former Australian resident who is being held under police guard in a Zimbabwe hospital says she will die if she is not allowed to seek medical treatment outside the country Sekai Holland is the p (ABC News — 21 March, 2007)
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The American ambassador to Zimbabwe said that people no longer feared the government and believed that they had nothing left to lose. (New York Times — 22 March, 2007)
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