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Zimbabwe: Pastor Mawarire’s arrest a case of history repeating itself: In response to today’s arrest of Zimbabwean Pastor Evan Mawarire after he held prayers with University of Zimbabwe medical students protesting fee increases, Amnesty International’s Deputy Regional Director for Southern Africa, Belinda Moses, said:

“The latest arrest of Pastor Evan Mawarire is unfortunately a classic case of history repeating itself.

“His arrest unfortunately shows that he continues to be targeted by a government hell-bent on criminalizing him for exercising his rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly.

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Zimbabwe: Pastor Mawarire’s arrest a case of history repeating itself: In response to today’s arrest of Zimbabwean Pastor Evan Mawarire after he held prayers with University of Zimbabwe medical students protesting fee increases, Amnesty International’s Deputy Regional Director for Southern Africa, Belinda Moses, said:“The latest arrest of Pastor Evan Mawarire is unfortunately a classic case of history repeating itself.“His arrest unfortunately shows that he continues to be targeted by a government hell-bent on criminalizing him for exercising his rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly.Zimbabwe: Pastor Mawarire’s arrest a case of history repeating itself: In response to today’s arrest of Zimbabwean Pastor Evan Mawarire after he held prayers with University of Zimbabwe medical students protesting fee increases, Amnesty International’s Deputy Regional Director for Southern Africa, Belinda Moses, said:“The latest arrest of Pastor Evan Mawarire is unfortunately a classic case of history repeating itself.“His arrest unfortunately shows that he continues to be targeted by a government hell-bent on criminalizing him for exercising his rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly.Zimbabwe: Pastor Mawarire’s arrest a case of history repeating itself: In response to today’s arrest of Zimbabwean Pastor Evan Mawarire after he held prayers with University of Zimbabwe medical students protesting fee increases, Amnesty International’s Deputy Regional Director for Southern Africa, Belinda Moses, said: