Zimbabwe Elections Begin Amid Fears of Fraud

Zimbabwe residents queue up to vote outside a polling station in the capital city, Harare

Zimbabwe residents queue up to vote outside a polling station in the capital city, Harare. Reuters hide caption

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Voting in Zimbabwe begins amid fears of fraud. President Robert Mugabe's ruling Zanu party is expected to dominate the parliamentary elections. Zimbabwe has sunk into international isolation and a deep economic crisis under the Zanu and Mugabe's leadership.

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