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Army patrols in the capital of Zimbabwe after the riots to elections

HARARE – A day after unrest that three lives demanded, patrolling soldiers in the Zimbabwean capital Harare. On the street, few people, many shops are on Thursday morning not opened it.

A supporter of ZIMBABWEAN-PF walks next to a bus during riots in a fire.

Soldiers opened Wednesday fire on supporters of the opposition. Who were the street up, because they think that the party of president Emmerson Mnangagwa has cheated in the elections on Monday. At least three people were killed. Amnesty International, the government-Mnangagwa called on to investigate the violence.

It is still not known who will be in the ballot on Monday to president is chosen. Initially it was reported that the election commission Thursday with the rash would come, but it is doubt arise. The website of the election commission was on Thursday morning from the air, because that is hacked would be.

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