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Court backs Mugabe on land reform  The Supreme Court permits government to continue with the redistribution of white-owned farm land Opposition denies murder charge  Movement for Democratic Change rejected government charges that it was behind the killing of a war veteran leader Editor charges dropped  Fraud charges had been thrown out against Geoff Nyarota, the editor of only independent daily newspaper Police break up protest   Riot police in capital Harare have broken up a protest over plans to tighten electoral rules ID cards become compulsory  Human rights groups have criticised a government proposal to jail or fine those who move about without ID cards White farmer shot  Alan Bradley was wounded in a district often targeted by militants for occupation of white-owned farms Students riot  Riot police have fought battles with hundreds of protesters angered by the killing of a university student Mugabe plan to restrict media  Independent journalists vowed to fight the plan. Hundreds of ruling party militants marched to support legislation Mugabe predicts election victory  President said he would convincingly win a poll that to be the toughest of his career Court backs land seizures  Supreme Court has ruled that President Mugabe's land reform programme is legal Mugabe lashes out at opponents
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  Militants seize white farm  Militants burned workers' homes. Country waited for Mugabe to endorse a deal to end the land crisis   Mugabe approves land deal  Zimbabwe's President approves a Commonwealth-backed deal to stop blacks from invading white-owned farms   Southern African summit
Political violence rises Anti-Mugabe newspaper bombed Britain to pull military advisers Angola, Zimbabwe rift Mugabe to run again   Opposition leader appears in court  Tsvangirai, the strongest challenger to President Mugabe's, appeared in court on terrorism charges   Mugabe poll-challenge judge quits  Judge Devittie who nullified election results won by ruling ZANU-PF party has resigned MP's home attacked  100 people attacked the house of the opposition MP Willias Madzimure. Opposition youths moved in to protect the home Ruling party won election  Elliot Manyika of ZANU-PF party won at northeastern district of Bindura Police help ease violence  Police and paramilitary units moved into on 6th consecutive day of a plunder by militants Editor attacks harassment  G. Nyarota, 50, editor of Zimbabwe's only independent newspaper, said his arrest was part of the ongoing harassment Zimbabwe to halt land grab

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  At Commonwealth conference Zimbabwe's delegation agreed to halt all occupations of white-owned farms
  Leaders from South Africa, Namibia, Malawi, Mozambique and Botswana to tell Mugabe to accept a land reform deal

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  President accused the main opposition party of terrorising his supporters in a bid to win presidential elections
Dec.22   Opposition: We will win
  Morgan Tsvangirai, opposition leader, says attacks by government on his movement will not deny it victory at the election
Dec.30   New land seizures planned
  100,000 black will be allocated land

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