Land grabs in Zimbabwe turn violent

April 2000
Christian Science Monitor;4/17/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 101, p7
Reports on the escalation of actions in Zimbabwe by protestors who insist on the redistribution of arable land which is held largely by the white minority, and fatalities which have occurred during the protests that have included occupation of white-owned land.


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