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A celebration song as a protest leaders freed from court in Zimbabwe. Pastor Evan Mawarire moved by hundreds of his supporters.>>
> The country you are building is for your children, he sees Let's keep building. The Baptist minister was accused of trying to overthrow the government. But the court dismissed the charges late Tuesday night after prosecutors bangled the case, presenting different charges from those that went out to Moedi, when he was arrested.
The rebel pastor free to go, but for how long?>> That is a question that his followers are asking.>> Reuters McDonald's
] government I don't see them just giving up but this a man who is giving them headaches.
So, he have a reason to be worried. I mean I've seen them being abducted in broad daylight. We've seen them opponent is arrested for the mos.>> The country has seen its biggest uprising in a decade after the pastor start an online movement dub ThisFlag protesting widespread corruption, rapid unemployment, and an acute shortage of cash.
>> People are really besiege that majesty is court inside the courtroom itself. Enough said. I mean it's just some moment because you could almost attach a palpapabtation.>> A two day stay at home protest had been organized to begin Wednesday, but the call fell mostly flat after the government warned protestors would face the full wrath of the law.
The pastor's message we carry on.>> There is a hope inside you that this country needs.