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Police 'must quit' Zimbabwe paper

A court in Harare has told police not to prevent Zimbabwe’s only privately-owned daily newspaper from publishing, and to stop occupying its offices. The Daily News, a critic of President Robert Mugabe, was Zimbabwe’s best-selling paper until it was shut down in September 2003. Last month a court ruled it could start publishing again, but within hours armed police occupied its offices. A spokesman for the newspaper said it could now resume publication. Full Story

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