U.S. told to come clean about knowledge of 1980s Mugabe massacres in Zimbabwe

JOHANNESBURG — Human rights groups and activists are demanding the release of CIA and State Department files showing how much the U.S. government knew about what they...

Restraint: U.S., human rights groups fear violence in Zimbabwe ahead of major protests

The United States Embassy in Harare and leading human rights groups are urging the Zimbabwean government to show...

Zimbabweans’ fear of currency comeback casts doubt on changes since Mugabe

HARARE, Zimbabwe — Zimbabwe scrapped its national currency 10 years ago after astronomical inflation rates had people carting wheelbarrows of...

Zimbabwe’s violent crackdown continues with reports of rapes

Zimbabwe’s violent crackdown continues with reports of rapes; army denies involvement...

Zimbabweans’ hope for fresh start fades quickly after disputed presidential election

HARARE, Zimbabwe — When Emmerson Mnangagwa took the oath of office as president late last month promising “a new dawn”...

Even after Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s elections do not appear free or fair

On July 30, for the first time since 1980, Zimbabwe held general elections without Robert Mugabe on...

Zimbabwe’s coup can’t just end with another strongman

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Pastor poses threat to Robert Mugabe’s authoritarian rule in Zimbabwe

The national flag draped around his shoulders, Zimbabwe’s most unlikely dissident said Wednesday that his popular...

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