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  Fans warned to avoid Zimbabwe clashes  Australia has told its nationals to steer clear of World Cup cricket matches   Opposition 'sought Mugabe murder'  The witness in Tsvangirai's treason trial said the veteran activist sought to have President killed to spark a coup d'etat Board calls for Zimbabwe security review Cricket World Cup begins  54 one-day games are scheduled to be played in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Kenya over the 6 weeks   EU extends Zimbabwe sanctions  The European Union allowed President Robert Mugabe to attend a Franco-African summit in Paris   Protesters call for Mugabe arrest  Human rights protesters have demanded the arrest of Zimbabwean President during his visit to Paris Famine agency issues emergency alert  FEWSNET: Zimbabwe should urgently speed up food imports to avert famine   Zimbabwe reached Super Sixes  Final Group A match against Pakistan was abandoned Zimbabwe: U.S. sanctions 'racist'  A senior official condemned a decision to impose sanctions on the leadership as part of a 'white racist' attack African leaders press Mugabe  Presidents of South Africa, Nigeria and Malawi met with Mugabe to resolve the country's political deadlock Tear gas fired at Harare marchers
  Food supply threatened  Poor rains and reduced plantings likely to dent output. nearly half Zimbabwe's 14 million people now face starvation   Mediators examine Mugabe resignation  President would hand authority to a new government under a deal discussed by ruling party and opposition officials   Harare denial on Mugabe retirement  Ruling party has dismissed reports that President would retire as part of a plan to set up a power-sharing government Famine plagues Zimbabwe  Corruption, misrule and drought are combining to make a catastrophe Cricket games to go ahead  ICC has said matches will go ahead in Zimbabwe during world cup, despite fears over players' safety   EU to decide on Mugabe trip  Foreign ministers are meeting to decide whether to renew sanctions against the Zimbabwe government Train crash kills 40  Crowded passenger train has collided with a freight train carrying flammable liquid. Both trains exploded in flames Tsvangirai treason trial begins


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  Opposition leader to face charges of plotting to assassinate President Mugabe in a bid to seize power
 
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June 2003 ... more > Top ^
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  Opposition leader Tsvangirai was arrested at his home and taken to police station
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  Opposition leader has been charged with treason following a speech in which he threatened anti-government protests


December 2003 ... more > Top ^
Dec.5   Panel investigates Zimbabwe issue
  The Commonwealth summit decided to set up a 6-nation panel to examine Zimbabwe's suspension from the grouping Dec.7   C'wealth 'extends Harare sanction'
  A divided Commonwealth was expected to extend sanctions for violating the group's democratic values
  Zimbabwe quits Commonwealth
  President Mugabe has withdrawn his nation after leaders of the body agreed to extend their 18-month suspension





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  Food supply threatened  Poor rains and reduced plantings likely to dent output. nearly half Zimbabwe's 14 million people now face starvation Famine plagues Zimbabwe  Corruption, misrule and drought are combining to make a catastrophe Train crash kills 40  Crowded passenger train has collided with a freight train carrying flammable liquid. Both trains exploded in flames Famine agency issues emergency alert  FEWSNET: Zimbabwe should urgently speed up food imports to avert famine Cricket games to go ahead  ICC has said matches will go ahead in Zimbabwe during world cup, despite fears over players' safety   Fans warned to avoid Zimbabwe clashes  Australia has told its nationals to steer clear of World Cup cricket matches Board calls for Zimbabwe security review Cricket World Cup begins  54 one-day games are scheduled to be played in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Kenya over the 6 weeks   Zimbabwe reached Super Sixes  Final Group A match against Pakistan was abandoned Tsvangirai treason trial begins




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  Opposition leader to face charges of plotting to assassinate President Mugabe in a bid to seize power
Feb.4   Opposition 'sought Mugabe murder'  The witness in Tsvangirai's treason trial said the veteran activist sought to have President killed to spark a coup d'etat Jun.6 Tsvangirai charged with treason
  Opposition leader has been charged with treason following a speech in which he threatened anti-government protests




Zimbabwe, 2003 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2003 Jan.12   Mediators examine Mugabe resignation  President would hand authority to a new government under a deal discussed by ruling party and opposition officials Jan.13   Harare denial on Mugabe retirement  Ruling party has dismissed reports that President would retire as part of a plan to set up a power-sharing government Jan.26   EU to decide on Mugabe trip  Foreign ministers are meeting to decide whether to renew sanctions against the Zimbabwe government Feb.3 Tsvangirai treason trial begins
  Opposition leader to face charges of plotting to assassinate President Mugabe in a bid to seize power
Feb.13   EU extends Zimbabwe sanctions  The European Union allowed President Robert Mugabe to attend a Franco-African summit in Paris Feb.19   Protesters call for Mugabe arrest  Human rights protesters have demanded the arrest of Zimbabwean President during his visit to Paris 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 May.5 African leaders press Mugabe  Presidents of South Africa, Nigeria and Malawi met with Mugabe to resolve the country's political deadlock Jun.2 Tear gas fired at Harare marchers
  Opposition leader Tsvangirai was arrested at his home and taken to police station
Jun.4 Hundreds arrested  300 opposition figures have been arrested as strikes against Mugabe's rule continue Jun.6 Tsvangirai charged with treason
  Opposition leader has been charged with treason following a speech in which he threatened anti-government protests
Dec.5 Panel investigates Zimbabwe issue  The Commonwealth summit decided to set up a 6-nation panel to examine Zimbabwe's suspension from the grouping Dec.7 C'wealth 'extends Harare sanction'
  A divided Commonwealth was expected to extend sanctions for violating the group's democratic values
Dec.7 Zimbabwe quits Commonwealth
  President Mugabe has withdrawn his nation after leaders of the body agreed to extend their 18-month suspension