BBC: Zimbabwe anti-Mugabe protest: Police fire tear gas
Police in Zimbabwe have fired tear gas and water cannon at opposition supporters who had gathered for a protest march in the capital, Harare.
They have also beaten up people wearing red T-shirts, the colour of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change party (MDC), a BBC reporter at the scene says.
Protesters are calling for electoral reform ahead of polls in 2018.
President Robert Mugabe, 92, says he intends to stand again.
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