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  • Saturday, June 25, 2005

    Home Office backs down on sending Mugabe opponent back to Zimbabwe

    According to this article, from today's Guardian, the British Home Office has backed down, although temporarily, on sending an opponent of Mugabe back to Zimbabwe:

    But yesterday it refused to reverse its policy of deporting people to whom Britain had refused asylum, which has triggered hunger strikes by at least 16 Zimbabweans held in detention. The most high-profile detainee, Crespen Kulingi, who was due to be deported today, has been given a temporary reprieve. Mr Kulingi, 32, is an adviser to the leader of Zimbabwe's main opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Change.
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