Zimbabwe Elections Begin Amid Fears of Fraud 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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Zimbabwe Elections Begin Amid Fears of Fraud

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Zimbabwe Elections Begin Amid Fears of Fraud

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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.