Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, who has led the country since its independence from Britain in 1980, refused to resign on Sunday despite a military coup and his party’s threat to impeach him in Parliament.
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President Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s 93-year-old ruthless ruler since 1980, is under house arrest in his own mansion, detained by elements of his military. The generals say it’s not a coup, but it seems like one on the streets of the…
In Zimbabwe, the military has placed President Robert Mugabe under house arrest and locked down the capital Harare.
The documentary "Mugabe and the White African" follows a white Zimbabwean farmer who files an international lawsuit against Robert Mugabe's violent land-reform program. This excerpt is part of The Economist Film Project series of independently produced films aired in partnership…
Margaret Warner talks with Zimbabwe's prime minister and opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, about the shifting political landscape in the country, and his Friday meeting with President Barack Obama.
Longtime Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai entered into a formal power-sharing agreement Wednesday. NPR correspondent Ofeibea Quist-Arcton updates the story from Harare.
In the wake of Zimbabwe's cholera outbreak, worsening food shortages and political unrest, some international leaders are urging embattled President Robert Mugabe to step down. An analyst provides an update on the situation.
By PBS NewsHour
President Bush said in a statement Tuesday that Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe should step down and called for African support to end his "tyranny" as a growing chorus of foreign leaders calls for the embattled leader to quit his post.
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice increased pressure on Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe to leave office after his government stalled on a power-sharing deal with the opposition party.
Years of preparation for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games culminated Friday as world leaders converged in China to watch the Games' opening ceremonies. Analysts examine what the event means for China's place on the global political and economic stage.
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