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Mugabe rival denies treason plot

Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has testified for the first time in his 11-month treason trial. He denied plotting to assassinate President Robert Mugabe shortly before the disputed 2002 presidential election, won by Mr Mugabe. Mr Tsvangirai told a packed courtroom that he used to regard Mr Mugabe, who led the struggle against white minority rule, as a “liberation hero”. Mr Tsvangirai says he is being framed by the state security services. Full Story

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