Zimbabwe's Problems Mount Under Mugabe

In Zimbabwe, the policies of President Robert Mugabe are blamed for the world's highest inflation rate and for a drop in life expectancy. Mugabe's opponents are renewing efforts to challenge his authority. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.

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