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Panorama Monday, 11 March, 2002, 13:49 GMT
Zimbabwe Forum
Fergal Keane answers your questions in a live forum
Reporter Fergal Keane answered your questions about Zimbabwe in a live forum on Monday 11th March.

To watch a recording of the forum select the link below:

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Fergal Keane ignored Mugabe's ban on BBC journalists and ventured into southern Zimbabwe, where he spoke to victims and witnesses of mass killings.

Disguised as a tourist, he travelled around Matabeleland to meet those who were brave enough to speak out.

In Sunday night's programme he also reveals the extent of the British Government's knowledge of Mugabe's campaigns of terror in the 1980s.

Should the British Government have intervened years ago to prevent the killings? Would it have made any difference? Did the failure to confront Mugabe convince him he could get away with murder?


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Panorama goes inside Zimbabwe to investigate Mugabe's crimes against humanity and whether the British Government could have done anything to stop him.





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