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,…

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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,…

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