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Zimbabwe Video Footage Shown For First Time In NZ

Scoop Video: Here for the first time in New Zealand, Scoop broadcasts recent footage of homes being demolished by the Robert Mugabe government in Zimbabwe. This video footage includes interviews with victims and human rights spokespersons inside Zimbabwe. It is feared that Mugabe is setting the scene for genocide as he dehumanises the victims of his regime's destruction-machine. Mugabe's chief of police described the people displayed in this video as “filth” and “maggots” and his ministers claim that the country has too many people anyway…

Scoop Editor's Note: The source of this documented evidence of the Mugabe regime's victimisation agenda remains confidential for security and personal security reasons.

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  • Scoop Report: How Vulnerable Will Black Caps Be On Zimbabwe Tour? State Of It: Selwyn Manning writes that New Zealand's Black Caps Cricket team will be without direct diplomatic support should the planned tour of Zimbabwe go ahead in August. The team will be reliant on a consulate in Pretoria should the players become pawns in a political scrap between Zimbabwe opposition parties and the Mugabe regime. See... Only Filtered Diplomatic Support On BlackCaps Tour

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  • GPJA - Govt Diplomatic Support for Cricketers Illusory
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    United Nations Voices Concerns Over Mugabe Abuses - United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan today voiced increasing concern about the human rights and humanitarian aspects of the housing demolitions in Zimbabwe. See... UN Concern About Housing Demolitions In Zimbabwe

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