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April 14, 2000 | From Associated Press
Zimbabwe's highest court Thursday ordered the government to remove squatters from hundreds of white-owned farms, and the country's leadership responded by broadcasting a radio appeal for the protesters to leave. The appeal by Vice President Joseph Msika was the latest move in Zimbabwe's land crisis: About 50,000 squatters refuse to give up the farms, prompting farmers and opposition groups to demand police action.
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April 15, 2000 | From Associated Press
White farmers said black squatters invaded at least five more white-owned farms Friday, despite a court ruling against them and a government plea for an end to the occupations of hundreds of farms. Though Zimbabwe's High Court ruled Thursday that the government must remove the squatters, there was no apparent police action against the occupiers. However, much of the violence that has plagued the white-owned farms in recent days has dissipated, and squatters left several farms Friday.
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April 15, 2000 | From Associated Press
White farmers said black squatters invaded at least five more white-owned farms Friday, despite a court ruling against them and a government plea for an end to the occupations of hundreds of farms. Though Zimbabwe's High Court ruled Thursday that the government must remove the squatters, there was no apparent police action against the occupiers. However, much of the violence that has plagued the white-owned farms in recent days has dissipated, and squatters left several farms Friday.
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April 14, 2000 | From Associated Press
Zimbabwe's highest court Thursday ordered the government to remove squatters from hundreds of white-owned farms, and the country's leadership responded by broadcasting a radio appeal for the protesters to leave. The appeal by Vice President Joseph Msika was the latest move in Zimbabwe's land crisis: About 50,000 squatters refuse to give up the farms, prompting farmers and opposition groups to demand police action.
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