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Opposition leader taken to hospital   Morgan Tsvangirai, his face swollen and a large gash on his head, was taken to a hospital after appearing briefly in court S Africa in Zimbabwe rights call  S Africa has urged Zimbabwe to respect the rule of law and rights of citizens, including opposition leaders Defiant Tsvangirai to 'fight on' Mugabe critic 'has cracked skull'   Main opposition leader Tsvangirai was in intensive care with a skull fracture sustained in a violent attack in police custody Mugabe government warns of 'grief'   Mugabe tells critics to 'go hang'  The authoritarian regime came under international condemnation following a violent crackdown on a gathering of opposition activists Tsvangirai leaves Harare hospital   Opposition leader has left hospital in a wheelchair after allegedly being beaten in police custody   Mugabe threatens to expel envoys  President has threatened to expel Western diplomats whom he accuses of supporting the political opposition AU concern at Zimbabwe violence Opposition aide beaten
Opposition leader arrested Opposition tortured by police

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  Top opposition leaders were assaulted by police who broke up a prayer meeting planned to protest government policies
 Morgan Tsvangirai, the leader of Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), is in a bad state after being beaten by police in custody
  4 representatives of main opposition party were arrested as they tried to leave the country for neighboring South Africa
  Police stormed the main opposition party's headquarters and arrested its leader, Morgan Tsvangirai.    Tsvangirai was seized along with about 20 members of staff ...
  African leaders in Zimbabwe talks  Leaders from southern African nations are in Dar es Salaam for emergency talks on the crisis in Zimbabwe Grandmother beaten in crackdown Mar.29     African leaders side with Mugabe  Southern African Thursday emerged from a conference calling for the lifting of all sanctions against Mugabe's government Mar.30     Mugabe endorsed as 2008 candidate  Ruling party ZANU-PF adopted a motion to hold elections in 2008 and endorsed Mugabe as its presidential candidate

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Apr.3   National strike begins  The police and troops fanned out through impoverished townships on the 1st day of a 2-day strike called to protest economic hardships

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May.9 Fears of top UN role for Zimbabwe
May.11   Zimbabwe to chair major UN body   Zimbabwe has been elected to head the commission on Sustainable Economic Development despite strong objections from West May.12 Aussies pull out of Zimbabwe tour

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Jun.22   Mugabe faces pressure on currency  Zimbabwe's currency plunged to new depths as the U.S. ambassador predicted galloping inflation will force Mugabe from office

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Jul.5   Bulk buy ban amid frenzy
  Authorities ordered businesses to stop selling basic goods in bulk to avert shortages after an price freeze triggered a frenzied buying spree
Jul.9   1,300 charged in pricing swoop   More than 1,300 businesses have been charged and fined for defying orders to slash prices in half Jul.10 Shelves bare as economic crisis looms   Dissident urges world to pressure Mugabe  Calling Zimbabwe's President a 'megalomaniac,' Pius Ncube says international and regional pressure must be used to resolve an economic disas... Jul.16   Mugabe critic sued for adultery  The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Bulawayo, Pius Ncube, is being sued for alleged adultery. Jul.24 Mugabe vows to save sick economy Jul.31 New inflation warning for Zimbabwe

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Aug.24 Bill to hit foreign firms

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Sep.5 Flour shortage warning
Sep.11   Mugabe critic quits as archbishop   Bishop Ncube has resigned as the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Bulawayo, after an adultery scandal Sep.12 Australia are shocked by Zimbabwe Sep.17 Unity urged over crisis Sep.26 Zimbabwe orders 'white firm grab' Mugabe condemns Western 'attacks'

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Nov.20   Ian Smith, Rhodesia's last PM, dies at 88
  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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Dec.3 Writers attack Zimbabwe omission Dec.6 Mugabe arrives at EU-Africa talks Dec.8 EU increases pressure on Zimbabwe Dec.13   Mugabe to run again for Zanu-PF
  The governing party has endorsed 83-year-old Robert Mugabe as its candidate for next year's presidential elections Dec.24   Hours-long lines to get scarce currency
  Thousands of Zimbabweans waited for hours to get currency from the banks so they could buy food and board buses for Christmas trips

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