Zimbabwe's government has come under pressure over the treatment of 50 opposition activists after they were arrested at a rally.
Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai, who has a suspected cracked skull, says he and others were brutally beaten by police. The police say they acted in self-defence.
Many of the activists showed up at a Harare court hearing with cuts, bruises and bandaged limbs. They were taken for hospital treatment afterwards.
The opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) says this man was shot as he attended the funeral of a fellow member killed at Sunday's rally.
Sekai Holland, aged 64 and an MDC official, suffered a fractured arm, leg and ribs as well as bruising while in police custody, the MDC says.