Eleven people have died in a stampede during a religious service held at a sports stadium in Zimbabwe.
Four people died at the stadium and seven more at the hospital, according to police commander Shadreck Mubaiwa.
Those killed were attending a church service for a popular Pentecostal pastor, Walter Magaya.
The cause of the stampede, which occurred in the early hours of this morning, was not immediately known.
A pregnant woman and three children were among the dead, Mr Magaya told the state-run newspaper The Herald.
Thousands of people were expected to have attended the service at the stadium in Kwekwe, a city in central Zimbabwe.
The televangelist's religious services, known as the Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries, draw huge crowds on tours across the southern African nation.