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A Zimbabwean lawyer says police have arrested four American doctors working in the capital.
Zimbabwean police have arrested five American doctors working in the capital and charged them with operating without proper licenses, their lawyer said Saturday.
Five Americans who worked with AIDS orphans and patients in Zimbabwe have been arrested in the southern African country and accused of operating without proper medical licenses, their lawyer said Saturday.
"They were arrested in the scope of their duty. I am very embarrassed by the actions of our government in arresting people who are doing charity work. They are Christians ... not criminals," he said.
He said in the past week the professional medical team had treated more than 3,000 patients.