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  New government minister arrested  Roy Bennett, opposition party member was arrested just before he was to become the troubled country's deputy agriculture minister New minister accused of terrorism  Roy Bennett, the former opposition activist has been charged with conspiracy to commit banditry, sabotage and terrorism Arrested activist's hearing delayed Scores of farms 'seized' Mugabe vows to seize more farms
Lawyer: Law has broken down $36,000 fee from journalists Court leaves activists in jail Zimbabwe introduces new $50 billion note Rights activist is 'threat to society' Activist: 'I feared for my life'  Jestina Mukoko, top human rights activist, broke down twice in court, as she described her detention and torture by state agents last month Tsvangirai 'glad to be back' in Zimbabwe Opposition: No 'suicide' deal with Mugabe Last-ditch power talks resume Crucial talks collapse Hunger strikers demand end to suffering Tsvangirai: cholera crisis 'man-made' EU tightens Zimbabwe sanctions  The European Union tightened sanctions on Zimbabwe's leadership, condemning Mugabe's government Conflicting reports blur Zimbabwe deal  African leaders announced that a deal that would allow power-sharing agreement to move ahead, but the opposition had not signed off Cholera death toll nears 3000   Opposition to join unity government  Movement for Democratic Change will join a unity government next month if President Mugabe's government meets its demand Zimbabwe cholera cases pass 60,000 12 zeros removed from currency Opposition: Mugabe trying to sink deal Parliament passes unity bill Tsvangirai sworn in as PM


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  Opposition leader was sworn in as prime minister of Zimbabwe as part of a new unity government
 Zimbabweans hope will signal an end to the political and economic crises that have gripped the nation for months. The government is the result of a power-sharing agreement reached in September between Tsvangirai and President Robert Mugabe
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  Zimbabwe President was celebrating his 85th birthday with a lavish all-day party despite the fact that the country is gripped by a crisis


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  Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai was in stable condition and recovering from head injuries after a car wreck that killed his wife, Susan
 Susan Tsvangirai was travelling with her husband south of Harare when their vehicle was in collision with a lorry. Mugabe and his wife have visited his former long-term rival in hospital
Tsvangirai recovering in hospital Mar.7   Tsvangirai claims fatal crash deliberate   Prime minister believes the truck driver that struck his car, killing his wife, deliberately drove toward them. He left a hospital   Zimbabwe PM seeks Botswana care  Morgan Tsvangirai has flown to neighbouring Botswana for medical tests and rest, a day after a car crash which killed his wife Mar.8 Tsvangirai returning for wife's funeral Mar.9   Tsvangirai rules out foul play in fatal crash
  Prime Minister said that he does not believe foul play was involved in a car wreck that killed his wife
Mar.10     Mugabe attends S. Tsvangirai memorial  President Mugabe spoke at a memorial service for the wife of Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, who was killed last week in a car wreck Mar.18 Zimbabwe surviving on beer, cigarettes

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Apr.1 Zimbabwe 'seeks jail crisis aid'
Apr.5 Zimbabwe 'to re-engage with West' Apr.17 Mugabe ally implicated in farm seizures Apr.18 Mugabe calls for national healing

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Jun.4 Zimbabwe faces new cholera crisis
Jun.12 U.S. to provide $73M in aid to Zimbabwe Jun.21     PM defends Mugabe unity  Morgan Tsvangirai has defended his support of President Robert Mugabe Jun.26   Army 'runs diamond mine'  Human Rights Watch has accused Zimbabwe's army of using forced labour, including children, to mine in the east of the country

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Jul.13   Fighting ends conference  Zimbabwe has abandoned a conference on a constitution after fights broke out between rival delegations

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Aug.19     5 million Zimbabweans face starvation  The 'humanitarian situation remains serious' in Zimbabwe amid cholera, starvation and a continuing economic crisis, a UN official said

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Sep.12     Mugabe says EU meeting 'very friendly'
  A European Union delegation met with Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, who said the parties had established a 'good rapport'
Sep.23   Zimbabwe showing signs of recovery  Food is on store shelves, most teachers have returned to work, the currency has been replaced by foreign bills. But school supplies are scar... Sep.25     Mugabe slams U.S., Western 'filthy antics'  Zimbabwe President used his address to the General Assembly to slam sanctions imposed against him and others in his regime

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Oct.14   Judge sends politician back to jail  A Zimbabwean court ordered Roy Bennett, a senior opposition politician, back to jail to await his trial

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Nov.5   MDC calls off boycott  Prime Minister Tsvangirai has called off his party's boycott of the unity government with President Mugabe

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Dec.23   Nestle shuts factory, citing intimidation  One of the world's largest food companies has shut down a factory in Zimbabwe after a dispute with the government





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