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March 25, 1987 | Associated Press
A suspected robber shot by police and pronounced dead by doctors began screaming for help after spending three hours in a mortuary, according to police. The suspect was one of four men believed shot to death by police during a robbery Monday on a highway between the town of Ndola and Kitwe in Copperbelt province. All four were taken to Ndola Hospital, where they were pronounced dead from wounds suffered in the early Sunday shoot-out. Ndola is about 160 miles north of Lusaka. But, at about 6 a.m.
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November 6, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
Zambia's founding president and current opposition leader Kenneth D. Kaunda said he believes his son and political heir was killed by people in authority who wanted to get rid of a potential rival. Wezi Kaunda, 47, died in a hospital Thursday, a day after unknown assailants forced him out of his car outside his Lusaka home and shot him several times.
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November 6, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
Zambia's founding president and current opposition leader Kenneth D. Kaunda said he believes his son and political heir was killed by people in authority who wanted to get rid of a potential rival. Wezi Kaunda, 47, died in a hospital Thursday, a day after unknown assailants forced him out of his car outside his Lusaka home and shot him several times.
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August 24, 1997 | From Associated Press
Former Zambian President Kenneth D. Kaunda was shot and slightly wounded Saturday during a police crackdown on supporters attending a political rally, officials said. The circumstances of the shooting in Kabwe, 90 miles north of the capital, Lusaka, were unclear. Police Inspector General Francis Ndhlovu confirmed that Kaunda, who ruled Zambia for 27 years, had been shot but would not comment further. Officials at Kabwe General Hospital said Kaunda was not seriously injured.
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August 24, 1997 | From Associated Press
Former Zambian President Kenneth D. Kaunda was shot and slightly wounded Saturday during a police crackdown on supporters attending a political rally, officials said. The circumstances of the shooting in Kabwe, 90 miles north of the capital, Lusaka, were unclear. Police Inspector General Francis Ndhlovu confirmed that Kaunda, who ruled Zambia for 27 years, had been shot but would not comment further. Officials at Kabwe General Hospital said Kaunda was not seriously injured.
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March 25, 1987 | Associated Press
A suspected robber shot by police and pronounced dead by doctors began screaming for help after spending three hours in a mortuary, according to police. The suspect was one of four men believed shot to death by police during a robbery Monday on a highway between the town of Ndola and Kitwe in Copperbelt province. All four were taken to Ndola Hospital, where they were pronounced dead from wounds suffered in the early Sunday shoot-out. Ndola is about 160 miles north of Lusaka. But, at about 6 a.m.
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