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Zimbabwe, uccisi padre e figlio italiani: forse scambiati per bracconieri

DiPasquale Stavola

Mar 14, 2016
In this photo taken Friday May 9, 2014, policemen smash a minibus taxi in the Zimbabwean capital, Harare. Authorities acknowledge there is a growing problem of rogue behavior by some police officers who smash the vehicles windscreens. It is compounded by an illegal industry of private taxis, many of which are in poor condition and flout basic rules of the road, putting passengers and pedestrians alike in danger. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
In this photo taken Friday May 9, 2014, policemen smash a minibus taxi in the Zimbabwean capital, Harare. Authorities acknowledge there is a growing problem of rogue behavior by some police officers who smash the vehicles windscreens. It is compounded by an illegal industry of private taxis, many of which are in poor condition and flout basic rules of the road, putting passengers and pedestrians alike in danger. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

Due padovani, padre e figlio, sono stati uccisi in Zimbabwe. I due, forse, sono stati scambiati per bracconieri all’interno di una tenuta di caccia. Sarebbero morti per errore, dunque, freddati a colpi di fucile da parte del personale di vigilanza della riserva privata.

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