Zimbabwe Doctor Describes Abuses Under Mugabe

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Dr. Douglas Gwatidzo has been a witness to the results of beatings and other physical abuse suffered by political opponents of Zimbabwe's president, Robert Mugabe. Gwatidzo, chairman of the Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights, will participate Friday in a briefing for the U.S. Congress.



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