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Shanty Towns Swept Aside in Zimbabwe's Capital

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Shanty Towns Swept Aside in Zimbabwe's Capital

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Shanty Towns Swept Aside in Zimbabwe's Capital

Shanty Towns Swept Aside in Zimbabwe's Capital

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Robert Mugabe, the president of the African nation of Zimbabwe, has ordered forces to destroy thousand of shanty homes in the capital of Harare. Madeleine Brand talks with Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi about the destruction, which has left many who oppose Mugabe homeless.

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