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NPR's Kenneth Walker reports that the Zimbabwe government has dispatched troops to the southwestern province of Matabeleland. The people of Matabeleland have long been in opposition to President Robert Mugabe. The troop deployment has sparked memories of ethnic slaughter in the region two decades ago.



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