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FILE - This is a Wednesday May 19, 1999 file photo of Zimbabwe's Henry Olonga, right, appeals for LBW against India's Venkatesh Prasat, center, to give victory to his team over India at the Grace Road ground in Leicester, England. When two Zimbabwe cricketers staged a daring protest against the regime of Robert Mugabe at a World Cup game 14 years ago, they knew it would seriously compromise their careers and maybe even put their lives in danger. But Henry Olonga, a cricketer by day and a singer by night, couldn’t have known that a patriotic song he first recorded in a small bedroom would become the soundtrack of change in Zimbabwe when Mugabe was finally forced out of power over a decade later. (AP Photo/Max Nash/File)

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FILE - This is a Wednesday May 19, 1999 file photo of Zimbabwe's Henry Olonga, right, appeals for LBW against India's Venkatesh Prasat, center, to give victory to his team over India at the Grace Road ground in Leicester, England. When two Zimbabwe cricketers staged a daring protest against the regime of Robert Mugabe at a World Cup game 14 years ago, they knew it would seriously compromise their careers and maybe even put their lives in danger. But Henry Olonga, a cricketer by day and a singer by night, couldn’t have known that a patriotic song he first recorded in a small bedroom would become the soundtrack of change in Zimbabwe when Mugabe was finally forced out of power over a decade later. (AP Photo/Max Nash/File)

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