Human Rights Group Calls For Urgent International Action in Zimbabwe

Linked with Sandra Nyaira – Zimbabwe.

Published on newsVOA.com, by Joe DeCapua, 9 April 2008.

A human rights group is calling on the international community – led by the United Nations – to take urgent action in Zimbabwe. Namibia’s National Society for Human Rights says it fears the current situation in Zimbabwe could “unravel and cascade into a crisis with unforeseeable consequences” …

… “So, along the same lines this doctrine can be put to test to remove Robert Mugabe and thereby prevent what might become a massive human rights violation in that country, which is Zimbabwe,” he says. (full text).

Links:

UN should intervene in Zimbabwe … , April 9, 2008;

Human rights lawyer warns against Zimbabwe retaliation, April 9, 2008;

Africa calls on Canada again, April 8, 2008;

Vote results delayed for fear of violence, Zimbabwe says, April 9, 2008;

Zimbabwe: Embattled Mugabe Resorts to Violence, Intimidation, April 9, 2008;

UN: UNITED NATIONS BRIEFING AND TV, 07/04/2008;

Zimbabwe: Arrests Threaten Deeper Crisis, April 4, 2008;

ZIMBABWE: FAST TRACK LAND REFORM IN ZIMBABWE, by HRW, March 2002.

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