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DM2008060292:EAED:POLITICS:PERSONATIES:MAY 1981 – Zimbabwes First Traumatic Year Members of Zimbabwes regular army examine the body of an innocent civilian caught in the ZANLA-ZIPRA crossfire during the outbreak of the tribal faction fighting near Bulawayo. The first shock to the nation came in November, when riots in Bulawayo turned into a full-scale battle between ZIPRA and ZANLA guerrillas housed in the citys Engtumbane township. For days, thousands of heavily armed men rocked the city with machine gun, mortar and rocket fire. About 60 people were killed, and more than 400 wounded, before the National Army managed to regain control of the area. Most of the casualties were civilians. (Photograph by Drum Photographer BAHA)

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