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‪Eyes on Zimbabwe's economy, as Mugabe heads for landslide‬ election win

Photo©ReutersZimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe and his Zanu PF are headed for a massive victory as partial results from Wednesday's point to a two thirds majority.

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Mali: Peaceful election, troublesome result

A boy sits in front of an electoral campaign poster for Malian presidential candidate Ibrahim Boubacar Keita in Timbuktu, July 25, 2013/Photo©REUTERSMali's presidential elections are threatening to further destabilise the volatile country as losing political parties are already rejecting the preliminary results of the polls.

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Zimbabweans vote amid frustration

 A Zimbabwe Election Commission official (ZEC) checks ballot boxes inside a polling center in the capital Harare July 15, 2013/ Photo©REUTERSZimbabweans go to the polls today to select a new president, with police deploying in full force to flush out any incidents of violence.

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Zimbabwe elections: Tsvangirai confident of clinching presidency

Zimbabwean Prime Minister is confident he'll win the presidential elections/Photo©ReutersZimbabweans will on Wednesday elect a new administration amid renewed optimism that long time ruler President Robert Mugabe will be finally toppled.

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Mugabe threatens Tsvangirai with arrest as election irregularities come to light

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe, says he will not hesitate to arrest Tsvangirai, if the premier dared announce the election results/Photo©ReutersZimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai faces arrest, two days before a crucial vote, over threats to independently announce elections results.

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Zimbabwe's 8m ballot papers raise eyebrows

An election official holds a ballot paper showing President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai in Harare June 27, 2008/Photo© ReutersThe Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has defended its decision to print two million more ballot papers that the country's number of registered voters saying it was meant to ensure the ballots do not run out.

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Zimbabwe gets a new television station ahead of elections

A new privately owned television station is due to be launched in Zimbabwe on Friday to break the 33 year old monopoly by the country's state broadcaster.

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