The political crisis is not over: Zimbabwean leaders are deadlocked

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Last week, Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe shook hands with his rival, opposition leader Morgan Tsvangarai. Hopes a deal would end deadly harassment, allegedly sponsored by Mugabe's government, are on hold: On Monday, Mugabe's negotiators said they were returning home.
Guest: Peter Biles, BBC correspondent, in Johannesburg, South Africa

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