Indications are that the vehicle, which is among two other expensive vehicles belonging to Mrs. Mugabe and her son Russell Goreraza, is now in custody of local police, who were not reachable for comment.
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Zimbabwe opposition leader Roy Bennett, his wife, Heather, and several friends were on their way to New Mexico for a holiday when their helicopter crashed
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State Police Lt. Elizabeth Armijo confirmed Bennett's death Thursday, a day after a helicopter carrying him and five others went down in a mountainous rural area of northern New Mexico.
In a statement, HRW said it is impossible for the southern African nation to hold credible, free and fair elections without these reforms.