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Two assault rifles found on floor in General Solomon Mujuru's bedroom on day he died

Two assault rifles were found on the floor in General Solomon Mujuru's bedroom on the day he died in an inferno while 15 other guns were in a gun cabinet close to the bedroom.
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Libyan envoy to Zimbabwe faces deportation

Lybian Ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr Ta-her Elmagrahi faces deportation after Government yesterday said his defection to the NATO-backed National Transitional Council means he no longer respresents the Libyan Government.
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'Missing' in action Lybia's Muammar Gaddafi spotted at Suri-Suri Airbase in Zimbabwe ?

A UK- based website aligned to the MDC is reporting that ousted Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is now a guest of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe in Harare. ...
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United States congratulates new AU chairperson

The United States on February 2 congratulated Dr. Bingu wa Mutharika, president of Malawi, on his election by the African Union General Assembly to serve as chairperson of the African Union (AU),saying it looks forward to continuing the U.S. partnership with the AU to promote peace, prosperity and security for all Africans....
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Kalimanzira gets 30 years in jail

The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) has sentenced former Cabinet Director in the Rwandan Interior Ministry, Callixte Kalimanzira to 30 years imprisonment for Genocide crimes. ...
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Malawi authorities seize ex-president's passport

Malawi authorities have seized the passport of former President Bakili Muluzi, who faces corruption charges, and barred him from leaving the country, a senior official said on Saturday. ...
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Zambia gives Zimbabwe 9 000 metric tonnes of maize

Zambia has given 9,000 metric tons of maize to Zimbabwe as part of its pledged support to ease the difficulties the country has been going through....
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Zuma's inauguration: glitzy with razzmatazz

Some people were stocking up on tinned foods IN 1994, expecting anarchy to follow the first democratic elections. Now, 15 years later, South Africans, used to life in a democracy, are getting ready to party at the "mother of all inaugurations" next Saturday. ...
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King Mswati III spends R50 Million on mercs

Swaziland's King Mswati III has bought 10 new BMW series 5 cars for his wives. ...
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