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Latest Zimbabwe Items
Defending African club champion TP Mazembe of Congo has been disqualified from the continent's Champions League for using an ineligible player.
President Yoweri Museveni's costly inauguration Thursday turned into embarrassment, as thousands thronged the streets to cheer opposition leader Kizza Besigye on his return from Kenya, where he was recovering from a beating by Ugandan police two weeks ago.
Pope Benedict XVI beatified Pope John Paul II before 1.5 million faithful in St. Peter's Square and surrounding streets Sunday, moving the beloved former pontiff one step closer to sainthood in one of the largest turnouts ever for a Vatican Mass.
If tin pot dictatorships were the PGA, Robert Mugabe would be Tiger Woods; Col. Moammar Gadhafi would be a mere Phil Mickelson. It is somewhat ironic therefore, that Col. Gadhafi is under NATO and U.N. attack while Mr. Mugabe continues to terrorize Zimbabwe unhindered.
Hundreds of skeletons found in a remote mine shaft have brought a macabre thrust to election campaigning in Zimbabwe. But the presence of some corpses still with skin, hair and body fluids has raised doubts over claims that white colonial-era troops committed the massacres more than 30 years ago.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich on Wednesday questioned President Obama's intervention in Libya, calling it a "badly run" operation without a clear goal.
Lawyers say a Zimbabwean court has acquitted nine actors on charges of criminal nuisance for a play that police shut down over political tensions.
A U.S.-flagged cargo ship and its load of American food aid for Africa has been delayed for weeks in Angola because of questions about ammunition for Kenya it also was carrying, the U.S. said Wednesday.
During the revolution in Egypt, the sentiment among most of America's political and intellectual cadre seemed to be one of a hands-off approach, saying in effect, this is the time for the Egyptian people to be heard and take charge of their country.