Rioting erupted Wednesday in Zimbabwe's capital as opposition supporters clashed with police and army troops over delays in announcing results from the presidential election, the country's first since the fall of longtime leader Robert Mugabe.
By Christopher Torchia, Farai Mutsaka, Associated Press
Opposition party officials in Zimbabwe said Tuesday that the country has been plagued by "massive violence" since the March 29 presidential election. Still, no winner has been announced as President Robert Mugabe holds a tenuous grip on his power.
By PBS NewsHour
Zimbabwe government programs and private businesses are suffering from a severe increase in the country's inflation. Independent Television News reports on the effects on the population.
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