Hundreds of soldiers looted in the capital, Harare, in the past week. Has President Robert Mugabe lost control?
A Monitor Q&A reveals who's behind the modern-day pirates, how they got so good at taking ships, and what's being done to stop them.
An ordained preacher and rebel group commander, Gen. Laurent Nkunda is threatening to draw other nations into a war in eastern Congo.
Zimbabwe follows Kenya's path. Will international donors be as supportive?
Zimbabwe's opposition rejects calls for a unity government, however, citing perceived bias of mediator, South African President Thabo Mbeki.
The collapse of Zimbabwe's health sector, once the envy of many African countries, has quickly spread the country's internal crisis to neighboring countries.
Attacks on foreigners have killed 22 and left more than 6,000 homeless in the past few days.
The JEM rebel group – which Sudan accuses of being backed by Chad – reached the outskirts of Sudan's capital, Khartoum, for the first time this weekend, raising concerns about a proxy war.
President Mugabe's electoral commission on Sunday delayed a recount of the March 29 vote, raising concerns of vote rigging.
President Robert Mugabe is 'preparing for war,' according to the main opposition leader.