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zimbabwe Thursday, 21 November, 2002, 12:20 GMT
Mugabe's challenge
Robert Mugabe has won the election but his celebrations will be short-lived as he tries to grapple with Zimbabwe's economic crisis.
counting in Harare Analysis: How free and fair was the poll?
BBC News Online looks at the complaints about the conduct of polling raised by foreign and local observers.
'A defining moment for Africa'
By suspending Zimbabwe, the Commonwealth has underlined its commitment to linking African development with democracy.
notice warning of war veterans on farm Mugabe pledges rapid land reform
Zimbabwe's President Mugabe is sworn in for a new six-year term, promising to speed up his controversial land reform programme.
African media split on Zimbabwe poll
African newspapers both inside and outside Zimbabwe are divided on the conduct of the country's presidential election and what should happen now.
Zimbabwe votes: Harare
Harare: As Zimbabwe's elections take place, BBC News Online provides regular reports from around the country.
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Zimbabwe suspended
Was this the right thing to do?

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Put your questions to BBC correspondents in Africa in a live forumZimbabwe poll
What happens next?

A Zimbabwean journalist captures the mood in Zimbabwe in the run-up to the elections
Voting chaos



Personal testimonies





The BBC's Grant Ferrett is on the Zimbabwean border and is sending us regular e-mails about the presidential elections
Election diary


Harare voter Fortune Mapfumo has been queuing since dawn on Saturday and has still not voted
Endless wait to vote


Defying the BBC ban, Fergal Keane reports from Zimbabwe on the atrocities committed by Mugabe and whether the British Government should have intervened.
The Price of Silence


Zimbabwe has banned the BBC but John Sweeney spent two weeks there, secretly filming witnesses to torture and mass murder
Zimbabwe burning

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