Chris McGreal

Africa Correspondent, Guardian

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Africa correspondent for the Guardian

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In the first round of the presidential election in March, Zimbabwe was a place of excitement and hope for change.  After weeks of deadly violence, today's second round featured fear,…

Zimbabweans Vote, or Else

In the first round of the presidential election in March, Zimbabwe was a place of excitement and hope for change.  After weeks of deadly violence, today's second round featured fear,…

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