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Zimbabwe orders 'white firm grab'  The parliament has passed a bill to move majority control of foreign-owned companies operating in the country to blacks   Zimbabwe rethink on white farmers  Zimbabwe prepared to provide land to white farmers who had their property seized under Mugabe's reform   Probe clears over racism  The Zimbabwe Cricket Union has been cleared by an International Cricket Council investigation   Mugabe tells white farmers to go
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Scores of farms 'seized'  Scores of white-owned farms have been invaded since the country's national unity government took office   Mugabe warns of white land battle  President Mugabe has called on its black population to ensure that white farmers do not regain the land seized from them Ian Smith, Rhodesia's last PM, dies at 88
Mugabe vows to seize more farms


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Feb.28
  Zimbabwe President was celebrating his 85th birthday with a lavish all-day party despite the fact that the country is gripped by a crisis
Feb.23


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Nov.20
  Rhodesia's last white prime minister, whose attempts to resist black rule dragged the country into isolation and civil war, died at age 88

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Aug.12
  President has told white farmers defying an eviction order to quit the country
Jun.24   Farmers to defy edict  White farmers were preparing to defy a 45-day countdown to abandon their land vowing to stay put Jun.23 Whites 'must stop farming'  The Commercial Farmers' Union says that 2,900 farmers must surrender farms according to recent changes to the law

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Dec.30 New land seizures planned  100,000 black will be allocated land Sep.10   Southern African summit
  Leaders from South Africa, Namibia, Malawi, Mozambique and Botswana to tell Mugabe to accept a land reform deal
Sep.9 Mugabe approves land deal  Zimbabwe's President approves a Commonwealth-backed deal to stop blacks from invading white-owned farms Sep.8 Militants seize white farm  Militants burned workers' homes. Country waited for Mugabe to endorse a deal to end the land crisis Sep.6 Zimbabwe to halt land grab
  At Commonwealth conference Zimbabwe's delegation agreed to halt all occupations of white-owned farms

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Dec.14 Mugabe urges blacks to strike fear  President, opening a party congress that could decide his future, urged blacks to unite against whites Apr. 18, 1980   Rhodesia becomes Zimbabwe Map of Harare Zimbabwe
  The country became independent as the Republic of Zimbabwe, and its capital, Salisbury, was renamed Harare two years later.


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