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Why Zimbabwe’s army acted now to oust Mugabe

Catholic Herald Robert MugabeRobert Mugabe
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()

The country was faced with the prospect of Robert Mugabe being succeeded by his wife
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Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has been pictured holding talks with the army and envoys from South Africa yet calls for the 93-year-old to step down are said to be falling on deaf ears. Placed under house arrest after a military takeover, he was taken from his lavish compound in Harare on...

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