Zimbabwe crisis: Army denies coup, says President Mugabe is 'safe and sound'
IBTimes - November 15, 2017
Zimbabwe's military on Wednesday (Nov.
15) confirmed that it had seized power in a targeted assault on "criminals" around President Robert Mugabe, but gave assurances that the 93-year-old leader and his family were "safe and sound"..
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