Zimbabwe student ‘abducted and beaten’

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    A Zimbabwean student has told Sky News he was abducted and abused by men he claims were working for the country’s government. Tawanda Muchehiwa, 22, says he endured three days of mental and physical torture by state security agents before being dumped on the roadside. Read more here: https://news.sky.com/story/zimbabwe-student-thought-he-was-going-to-die-after-abduction-by-state-security-services-12099212

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