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'Intimidation' led to one-man race

30 June 08 11:37 GMT

Tensions were high in Zimbabwe ahead of the presidential election run-off. On 22 June opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai pulled out because he said the vote would not be fair.

The government had banned political adverts and rallies for opposition groups, and the distribution of food aid by international organisations.

ZIMBABWEANS AT THE POLLS

ROBERT MUGABE CASTS HIS VOTE

MORGAN TSVANGIRAI QUITS ELECTION RACE

AMERICAN EMBASSY STAFF FILM RAMPAGE

MDC MAYOR REACTS TO WIFE'S DEATH

MILITARY INVOLVED IN MUGABE'S RE-ELECTION

UN CRITICISES FOOD AID BAN

INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMATS THREATENED: REACTION

After a group of US and UK diplomats were detained at a roadblock and threatened by police on 5 June, the US ambassador James McGee said the country was now one which did not follow its own or international laws.


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