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Tuberculosis, cholera, starvation make prison sentence a death sentence in Zimbabwe.
People aren't the only ones fleeing Mugabe's rule.
Embezzling central banker: "Let bygones be bygones."
Mugabe: White farmers have no place in Zimbabwe.
Even with land seizures, collapse of health system, worthless pensions, some still stay.
A distinguished travel writer pulls no punches.
Obama administration expected to take a tough stand on Zimbabwe.
Zim first lady on Hong Kong shopping spree while fellow citizens starve.
Vows never to give in to calls to step down.
"A calculated racist terrorist attack by unrepentant UK and its allies."
Thousands dying from treatable conditions because of social, economic collapse.
Mugabe spokesman: "We won this country through the barrel of the gun and we will defend it the way we won it."
European officials are too cowardly to criticize Mugabe for murdering whites.
All main hospitals closed; cholera spreading beyond Zim's borders.
Pushing whites out of Africa.
Money to burn.
58-year-old ex-commercial farmer now working as a hired hand.
Zim government issues licenses to trade in foreign currency.
Zimbabweans have little confidence in latest ploy to keep Mugabe in power.
Power-sharing agreement reached in Zimbabwe.
No drugs; no equipment; no gloves. It’s the West’s fault.
Africans cannot manage their own problems.
Rhodesian recounts Zimbabwe’s downward spiral to destitution under black rule.
It isn't just people who are suffering under Mugabe's rule.
74-year-old Mike Campbell refuses to surrender to Mugabe's thugs.
Rhodesia didn't have an inflation rate of 12.5 million percent.
Mugabe partisans still beating up white farmers and stealing land.
Low turn-out, defaced ballots, defeat of information minister give lie to Mugabe re-election.
"They are spelling out point blank that there’s no place for a white man in Zimbabwe."
Violence pays off for dictator Mugabe.
Winning the old-fashioned way: hunting and killing the opposition.
Mugabe doesn't intend to give up power.
Violence expected to worsen as run-off presidential election approaches.
Price of bread increases by 4,000 percent since May.
White farmers being terrorized since Mugabe lost election.
Mugabe's forces threaten to burn US, British diplomats alive.
Mugabe using military to target opposition leaders.
Mugabe regime punishes people for voting against it.
Opposition says runoff would be another fraud.
Mugabe has arrested enough opponents to feel confident if there is a runoff.
Mugabe says opposition wants “this country to go back to white people."
There are hardly any whites left; Mugabe blames them for troubles anyway.
Zim police: "We see no reason for rallies since we have had elections."
Mugabe’s attempt to cling to power threatens to starve entire country.
Whites expelled with just clothes on their backs.
Mugabe clings to power—with his usual methods.
Mugabe’s party loses control of Zimbabwe parliament.
In Zimbabwe, it’s "Buddy, can you spare half a million?"
Only whites seem to be interested in the welfare of animals.
Zimbabwe is multiculturalism in its purest form.
Former Rhodesian PM Ian Smith dead at 88.
Children write in the dust because there are no books or pencils.
Mugabe spokesman: UK wants Zim’s natural resources.
Court says government can confiscate equipment along with farms.
Zim government gives woman millions, farm for "conjuring" refined diesel out of a rock.
"Food shortages or no food shortages, we are going to remove the remaining whites."
As of today, all whites still on their land are deemed to be trespassers on state property.
Agriculture minister "disappointed that our new farmers have proved to be failures."
Mugabe's latest revenue-raising scheme.
More than 42,000 Zimbabweans arrested this year and returned to Zimbabwe.
Who knew there any white farmers left?
No insulin, no intravenous fluids, no surgical gloves, no painkillers, no bandages, no . . .
Catholic archbishop says a British invasion to remove Mugabe "justified."
Not everyone suffers the same when the inflation rate is 15,000 percent.
Inflation predicted to reach 512,000 percent by year's end.
Inflation now running at 3,700 percent in Zimbabwe.
Farm that supported more than 500 now derelict under minister of the environment
Zimbabwe dictator "has become a scourge of his people and a scourge of Africa."
For those who want to get out, there’s not even enough paper and ink for passports.
Governor of Central Reserve Bank says "land reform" has shattered his country.
Government pumps raw sewage into main reservoir.
Unemployment is more than 80 percent.
Dictator fiddles while country burns.
Police will be "unleashed" against farmers who do not leave.