LUSAKA, ZAMBIA (REUTERS) – President Edgar Lungu said on Thursday (July 6) he had invoked emergency powers in Zambia to deal with acts of sabotage by the opposition, after fire gutted the country’s biggest market. Continue reading
LUSAKA, July 5 (Reuters) – Zambian President Edgar Lungu will seek parliament’s approval to impose emergency laws, he said on Wednesday, after a fire gutted the country’s biggest market in what Lungu said was a politically motivated arson attack.
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