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  Bush focuses on Zimbabwe 'punishment'  Northern Japan: President Bush, who backs sanctions against Zimbabwe, urged the international community to come together on ways to punish Mugabe   U.S. may push UN sanctions on Zimbabwe  Washington: The U.S. may soon put forward a Security Council draft resolution that would slap sanctions on Mugabe, and 11 members of his government Zimbabwe scorns sanctions calls  Zimbabwe's ambassador to the UN has dismissed calls for sanctions against his country over pre-election violence   Kenya urges AU to suspend Mugabe  PM Raila Odinga has urged the African Union to suspend Mugabe from the bloc until he allows free and fair elections in Zimbabwe Bush calls for Zimbabwe sanctions  Washington: Calling runoff presidential election a 'sham,' U.S. President said he would push for additional sanctions against the country's government Zimbabwe officials' assets frozen by US
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B. 2009-09-25 Mugabe slams U.S., Western 'filthy antics' UN
C. 2009-01-26 EU tightens Zimbabwe sanctions European Union
D. 2008-09-15 US and EU keep Zimbabwe sanctions Harare, Zimbabwe
E. 2008-07-22 EU agrees to tougher Mugabe sanctions European Union
F. 2008-07-15 Bush calls for more pressure on Zimbabwe Washington
G. 2008-07-14 UK looks to EU for Zimbabwe sanctions London
H. 2008-07-12 Zimbabwe hails sanctions failure Zimbabwe
2008-07-11 Russia, China veto sanctions on Zimbabwe UN Security Council

G8 to seek sanctions on Zimbabwe
  Mugabe slams U.S., Western 'filthy antics'   UN: Zimbabwe President used his address to the General Assembly to slam sanctions imposed against him and others in his regime EU tightens Zimbabwe sanctions  European Union: The European Union tightened sanctions on Zimbabwe's leadership, condemning Mugabe's government   US and EU keep Zimbabwe sanctions   The US and the EU say there will be no immediate end to sanctions, despite a historic power-sharing deal signed in Harare EU agrees to tougher Mugabe sanctions  European Union: EU foreign ministers have agreed to toughen sanctions against Zimbabwe's President to pressure him to share power with the opposition Bush calls for more pressure on Zimbabwe  Washington: President Bush and his international policy team pushed on all fronts to increase pressure on Zimbabwe's government UK looks to EU for Zimbabwe sanctions  London: British Prime Minister Brown announced his country will step up sanctions and call on the European Union to do the same Zimbabwe hails sanctions failure  Zimbabwe has hailed the failure of a UN resolution to impose new sanctions on the country's leaders   Russia, China veto sanctions on Zimbabwe

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  UN Security Council: Russia and China vetoed a resolution that would have imposed sanctions on Mugabe, and 11 senior members of his government
  Northern Japan: Leaders meeting in Japan have said they will seek targeted sanctions against members of the Zimbabwean government over polls


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  The United States has widened sanctions, freezing the assets of 128 people and 33 institutions

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Dec.7 C'wealth 'extends Harare sanction'
   Nigeria: A divided Commonwealth was expected to extend sanctions for violating the group's democratic values Mar.8 Zimbabwe: U.S. sanctions 'racist'  A senior official condemned a decision to impose sanctions on the leadership as part of a 'white racist' attack Feb.13   EU extends Zimbabwe sanctions  European Union: The European Union allowed President Robert Mugabe to attend a Franco-African summit in Paris Jan.26   EU to decide on Mugabe trip  European Union: Foreign ministers are meeting to decide whether to renew sanctions against the Zimbabwe government

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Aug.1   Mugabe retaliates against sanctions  The government will take retaliatory steps for sanctions imposed on President and his officials by Western countries Jul.22 EU extends Zimbabwe sanctions  European Union: 52 more people were added to the 19 senior government and military officials already on a blacklist Mar.19   Commonwealth suspended Zimbabwe
  Trade unions have called the strike in protest at the harassment of pro-opposition workers
Feb.18 EU agrees Zimbabwe sanctions
  European Union: The European Union will impose sanctions on Zimbabwe's ruling elite and will pull its election observers out of the country

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