Zimbabwe's Mugabe not in motorcade that left his residence - source | Reuters

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe was not in a motorcade that was seen leaving his residence in Harare on Saturday, a security source told Reuters. Protesters calling for Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe to step down take to the streets in Harare, Zimbabwe November 18, 2017. REUTERS/Philimon BulawayoEarlier, crowds booed and jeered as the motorcade left the ‘Blue Roof’ residence.

Reuters November 18, 2017 22:45:09 IST
Zimbabwe's Mugabe not in motorcade that left his residence - source | Reuters

Zimbabwes Mugabe not in motorcade that left his residence  source  ReutersHARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe was not in a motorcade that was seen leaving his residence in Harare on Saturday, a security source told Reuters. Protesters calling for Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe to step down take to the streets in Harare, Zimbabwe November 18, 2017. REUTERS/Philimon BulawayoEarlier, crowds booed and jeered as the motorcade left the ‘Blue Roof’ residence.

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