With President Emmerson Mnangagwa claiming election victory in Zimbabwe, opposition candidate Nelson Chamisa says it’s a day of “mourning over democracy” and that he does not accept the outcome. Alex Magaisa, adviser to Chamisa, tells Judy Woodruff that the ballot…
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
Zimbabwe opposition party leader Morgan Tsvangirai and several of his aides were detained at a police roadblock Wednesday ahead a run-off election later this month, his party said. Police later released Tsvangiari after holding him for eight hours.
By PBS NewsHour
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