Svondo, Nyamavhuvhu 02, 2015 Local time: 20:26


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Beloved Lion Killing Sparks Virtual, Real Life Outrage

The beloved lion was known to be friendly to humans and helped bring tourists to Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park and researchers were using him in a study.
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U.S. Agency Probes Killing of Cecil the Lion, As Activists Petition White House

The global outrage over the killing of a famous lion in Zimbabwean by an American hunter continued on Thursday with 150, 000 people signing a petition on the White House website calling on the U.S. government to extradite the hunter.
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Zimbabwe Demands Extradition of Cecil The Lion's Killer

Minister Oppah Muchinguri Kashiri said Zimbabwe have started the process of extraditing Walter James Palmer from the United States to face poaching related charges.
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Hunter Bailed in Killing of Cecil the Lion

Palmer, who fatally shot the lion with a rifle and bow, says he believed the hunt was legal. Bronkhorst runs Bushman Safaris in Bulawayo and was supervising the hunt.
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Death of Lion Tests U.S.-Zimbabwe Extradition Treaty

“Humanitarian concerns and the ability of the individual to receive a fair trial, may be considered at the point where the Secretary makes the final decision on whether to extradite,” Toner said, adding that decisions are made on a case by case basis.
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Zimbabwe Vendors Demonstration June 24, 2015

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  • A Zimbabwean vendor ponders his next move after he had his wares removed by police from the streets of Harare, Wednesday, July, 8, 2015. Minor scuffles ensued as police officers drove out thousands of vendors selling their wares on the sidewalks and pavements of Harare. 
  • Vendors hold placards written in the local language, shona, saying they will not move after they were removed from the streets of Harare, Wednesday, July, 8, 2015. Minor scuffles ensued as police officers drove out thousands of vendors selling their wares on the sidewalks and pavements of Harare. 
  • A vendor carries his goods after he was evicted from the streets by Zimbabwean police in Harare, Wednesday, July, 8, 2015. Minor scuffles ensued as police officers drove out thousands of vendors selling their wares on the sidewalks and pavements of Harare.
  • Vendors hold placards suggesting they will exercise their right to vote in the 2018 Presidential elections after they were removed from the streets of Harare, Wednesday, July, 8, 2015. Minor scuffles ensued as police officers drove out thousands of vendors selling their wares on the sidewalks and pavements of Harare. 

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