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China said Tuesday it may turn away a ship full of weapons headed for Zimbabwe's leader.
President Mugabe's electoral commission on Sunday delayed a recount of the March 29 vote, raising concerns of vote rigging.
The MDC is now forced to mend rifts with smaller parties in a bid to unite against President Robert Mugabe's alleged effort to rig the March 29 elections.
Salva Dut's charity, Sudan for Water, drills wells in search of fresh water in remote African villages.
From Congo to Chad, dissidents are taking their grievances online. But are some rebels going too far?
Stellamaris Mulaeh organizes dialogues and service projects as alternatives to violence.
Top ruling party members are jittery about being tried in international courts.
Leaders of the southern African region met in Zambia this weekend for an emergency summit on Zimbabwe's increasingly tense electoral impasse.
The USS Fort McHenry is traveling the coast – training soldiers and providing relief.
Internally displaced people (IDPs) are worried that a tenuous peace deal may falter, worsening their chances of returning home soon.
More than 200,000 people remain in camps three months after ethnic clashes killed 1,200.
President Robert Mugabe is 'preparing for war,' according to the main opposition leader.
Hundreds of war veterans – a potent force for President Mugabe – marched through Zimbabwe's capital Friday condemning the opposition for claiming it won the March 29 elections.
Zimbabwe's long-time ruler may be running out of options after Saturday's vote.
President Robert Mugabe and his top advisers will hold a Politburo meeting on Friday to decide what to do next.
With tension building as results from Saturday's elections trickle in, religious leaders are calling for restraint on all sides.
Zimbabwe's main opposition leader and President Mugabe's government deny behind-the-scenes talks about a power-sharing deal in the wake of Saturday's elections.
Santos Junior Guilaza makes charcoal for a living – he and legions of people like him literally fuel the engine of rural souther Africa.
President Robert Mugabe's government warns that premature victory claims would be seen as a 'coup.'
The Movement for Democratic Change is trumpeting a huge win and accusing Mugabe's government of delaying results.
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