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Mugabe says enemies redouble efforts to oust him

Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe on Tuesday said Britain and its Western allies had “redoubled” efforts to topple him, accusing them of sponsoring violence to destabilize his inflation-ravaged nation. Mugabe, in power since independence from Britain in 1980, also defended a new policy that forces stores to cut and freeze prices for bread, milk and other items, saying recent price spikes had been pushed by those trying to oust his government. Full Story

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