HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) -- Zimbabwe police say they arrested 67 people following a violent protest that rocked the capital, Harare, as the president warned against an Arab Spring type of revolution.
Police spokesman Paul Nyathi on Saturday said they had recovered some property looted during the protests. Police used batons, tear gas and water cannons in running battles with anti-government demonstrators on Friday, despite a court order that the protest could take place.
President Robert Mugabe warned opposition leaders against attempting an Arab Spring type of revolution, according to the state-run Herald newspaper.
Frustrations over Zimbabwe's rapidly deteriorating economy are boiling over in this once prosperous but now economically struggling southern African country.
Police have often used tear gas, water cannons and open violence to crush anti-government protests, which have become a near-daily occurrence.