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Robert Mugabe, Former Head of Zimbabwe, Dies At 95
HARARE, Zimbabwe—Robert Mugabe, the former leader of Zimbabwe forced to resign in 2017 after a 37-year rule marred in its later stages by economic turmoil, disputed elections and human rights ...
September 6, 2019
The Associated Press
Zimbabwe Rights Violations Raise Fears of Return to Authoritarian Rule
Ellen Juru could not hide her grief as she stared at a photograph of her son clad in ...
January 31, 2019
From Gabon to Zimbabwe, African Presidents Are Under Siege
It's sometimes democracy as we know it—albeit with twists and turns—but there is certainly a new appetite for ...
September 4, 2016
Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister Makes a Doomed Pitch to London’s Big Businesses
Zimbabwe has no money, and its government has no fiscal plan. Its reserves are emptied, tax revenues are ...
July 6, 2016
Riots, Slowdown, and Corruption Eat Away at Southern Africa’s Promise
These are dark days for southern Africa.
May 10, 2016
Decline and Decay: a Sobering Trip Through Southern Africa
I spent most of August 2015 in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Zambia—a depressing and mournful tour indeed.
September 6, 2015
Zimbabwe Has Only $217 in Its Public Bank Account
The government of Zimbabwe only has $217 in its public account after paying public workers last week, the ...
January 30, 2013
Zimbabwe Activists Fined for Showing Arab Spring Video
Zimbabwe fined six activists $500 and forced them to do 420 hours of community service for discussing the ...
March 21, 2012
Q&A on Zimbabwe
Many world leaders and analysts agree that current Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe illegitimately claimed victory in a run-off ...
July 3, 2008
Australian PM Visits Ukraine, Pledges Further $100 Million Worth of Aid
Japan to Cap Russian Oil at Half Current Price: Kishida
Texas Man Arrested for Threatening to Use AK-47 Rifle Against Supreme Court After Roe V. Wade Reversal
Biden’s SEC Reacts Negatively to Bipartisan, Pro-Market ‘Responsible Financial Innovation Act’
32,000 Residents Told to Evacuate or Issued Warnings as Australia Faces Fourth Flooding Event of 2022
Australia to Lift COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates for Overseas Travellers
Musk Breaks Silence on Twitter With Photo Alongside the Pope
DHS to Enforce ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy for Several More Weeks, Warn Migrants Not to Come: Mayorkas
Political Polarization Worsens in Corporate America: New Study
Supreme Court Security Chief Sparks War of Words Over Police Protection of Justices