Army moves in on Zimbabwe election protestors
On Wednesday, 1 August 2018, Zimbabwean protestors took to the streets of Harare. The country’s controversial elections – the first since the ousting of dictator Robert Mugabe – had indicated that the ruling party, ZANU-PF, would retain power. Pro-opposition members of the public took to Harare’s streets in protest. The Zimbabwean military reacted with lethal force, deploying armoured cars and troops to the streets. ADR’s Thomas Holder was on the ground in Harare.
In Pictures: Armed Forces Day 2017
Thomas Holder and Darren Olivier bring you the 2017 Armed Forces Day demonstration.
The Landmines of Northern Uganda
Working in a remote corner of Northern Uganda, demining teams from the Danish Demining Group continue to remove landmines left on the Uganda/Sudan border by both the Lord’s Resistance Army and the Ugandan People’s Defence Force during the years-long insurgency that wrecked the north of the country.