Voter participation in a run-off election Friday, with only longtime President Robert Mugabe running, was reportedly light at many polling stations. Some of those who did vote said they were coerced -- fearing punishment or even death.

Zimbabwe's opposition party on Friday challenged results that say its leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, has won the first round of the presidential election with 47.9 percent of the vote -- but not enough to avoid a runoff against President Robert Mugabe.

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