Zimbabwe's opposition said post-election violence was increasing Wednesday, a day after the army denied unleashing attacks on critics in the southern African country.
The main opposition party, Movement for Democratic Change, reported 25 supporters have been killed since the March 29 elections, and church groups said militias have killed eight people and wounded 30 others in the past two days.
The church groups didn't identify the victims, saying they needed to inform families first. The groups also said they are sending out pastors to investigate reports from human rights organizations that army barracks have been turned into torture camps. Read full article »
CNN's Nkepile Mabuse in Johannesburg, South Africa, contributed to this report.