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Monday, 16 October, 2000, 18:32 GMT 19:32 UK
In pictures: Zimbabwe riots
Riot police arrest 20 people and break up protests using teargas and batons as residents of two townships east of Harare - Mabvuku and Tafara - put up barricades in protest at the country's economic decline.

Stones across the road
As fast as police cleared barricades others were put up

Shouting demonstraters
Police put roadblocks around Harare city centre to prevent anti-government protests there

Police truck drives round a burning barricade
Police deployed in force and later conducted house-to-house searches

Police truck
Police drive away after firing tear gas

Burnt bus
Police force protestors to move a burnt-out bus off the road

Burning barricade in Mabvuku township
Protesters used refuse and burnt out cars to block roads
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