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According to human rights organisations such as Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch the government of Zimbabwe violates the rights to shelter, food, freedom of movement and residence, freedom of assembly and the protection of the law. There have been alleged assaults on the media, the political opposition, civil society activists, and human rights defenders.
The 32-35,000 strong army is divided into five brigades, four of
which are based on geographical areas; the fifth is an elite unit
based in Harare. The Presidential Guard is sometimes refered to
as a group and sometimes as a brigade. Other operational forces
include an armored regiment, an artillery regiment, and 15 infantry
Guards (two battalions)
Mechanized (2 battalions)
Armored Vehicle Mounted (one battalion)
Two artillery regiments are available: one is equipped with
Chinese field artillery, and one with AA guns and shoulder-
Each infantry brigade has:
Three infantry battalions with 31 APCs each
Reconnaissance Company (12 EE-9)
Mortar Battery (6 81/82mm or 120mm)
AA gun battery
Supply and transport
The Presidential Guard Group consists of two battalions.
Which of these "outposts" do you think deserves Military attention from the United States or any other country that could affect regime change?