African Union Appears Split over Zimbabwe

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The world has been waiting to see how Robert Mugabe would be received at the African Union summit in Sharm Al-Sheik, Egypt. Kenya's Prime Minister has called the Zimbabwean President's blood-stained re-election a shame and embarrassment to the continent of Africa. The President of Sierra Leone has told the BBC that "the people of Zimbabwe have been denied their democratic rights" and that what has happened should be condemned. But at the summit , no such public action has taken place.  Alex Perry is Africa bureau chief for Time magazine.

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Alex Perry - Newsweek - @PerryAlexJ

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