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Zimbabwe torture camp discovered

Harare : Zimbabwe | Aug 07, 2011 at 10:52 PM PDT
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The programme heard from recent victims who told of severe beatings and sexual assault. The claims come as the European Union pushes to let some banned diamonds from the country led by President Robert Mugabe back onto world markets. The Zimbabwean government has not responded to the BBC's... FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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