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Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa gives key cabinet jobs to military figures
Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa named his cabinet, appointing senior military figures to high-profile positions.
Zimbabwe court acquits pastor of subversion
A Zimbabwean pastor on Wednesday was acquitted of subversion after leading large anti-government protests last year, and he appealed to the country's new leadership to drop other prosecutions of people who demonstrated against former President Robert Mugabe.
China denies role in Zimbabwe’s power transition
China’s Foreign Ministry has denied playing a role in the recent political developments in Zimbabwe that led to the ouster of long-time ruler Robert Mugabe.
Zimbabwe court says military takeover was legal
A Zimbabwe High Court ruled that the military takeover that led to Robert Mugabe’s ousting was legal, raising immediate concerns about judicial independence under the country's new administration.
Mnangagwa sworn in as Zimbabwe president
Emmerson Mnangagwa vowed sweeping change as he was sworn as Zimbabwe's president Friday, seeking to reassure foreign investors and pledging to fight poverty and corruption after Robert Mugabe's shock resignation.
Zimbabwe President Mugabe resigns amid impeachment hearing
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe resigned Tuesday, ending nearly four decades of rule in the southern African country.
Zimbabwe’s Mugabe could be impeached within two days: Ruling party
Zimbabwe's ruling ZANU-PF party says President Robert Mugabe could be impeached within two days as the longtime leader ignored the party’s midday deadline to step down less than a week after the military seized power in the African country.
Zimbabwe's Mugabe ignores party deadline to quit
Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party summoned its MPs to discuss the future of its leader, President Robert Mugabe, after a deadline for his resignation came and went on Monday.
Zimbabwe's Mugabe passes deadline to resign; now impeachment
Longtime President Robert Mugabe ignored a midday deadline set by the ruling party to step down or face impeachment proceedings, while Zimbabweans stunned by his lack of resignation during a national address vowed more protests to make him leave.
Mugabe makes defiant appearance after army takeover
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe attended a university graduation ceremony Friday, making a first public appearance since the military takeover that appeared to signal the end of his 37-year reign.
Iran urges dialog between warring sides to Zimbabwe crisis
Iran has called on opposite sides to the political crisis in Zimbabwe to resolve their problems through peaceful means within the framework of the country's constitution.
Politics of control: Zimbabwe’s military intervention ‘bloodless correction’ or coup?
Zimbabwe’s military forces placed President Robert Mugabe and his wife under house arrest and sent armoured personnel carriers into the capital to cement control on Wednesday.
Zimbabwe crisis seems like coup: African Union
The African Union has expressed concern about the ongoing political crisis in Zimbabwe, calling on the country’s military to halt their actions in what “seems like a coup” against President Robert Mugabe.
Mugabe under house arrest as military takes control
Zimbabwe's military was in control of the country on Wednesday as President Robert Mugabe said he was under house arrest, although generals denied staging a coup.
Iran holds educational course in Zimbabwe
Iran's Cultural Center in Zimbabwe organized an educational course on 'Islam and Christianity' in Harare, the capital of the African country.

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