Violence in Zimbabwe Snarls Election Resolution
Voters in Zimbabwe still don't know the results of their presidential election, and the mood in the southern African nation is growing ominous.
The main opposition party is accusing President Robert Mugabe of unleashing a campaign of violence. Mugabe has all but conceded that he didn't win a majority of votes in the March 29 election and appears now to be campaigning for a runoff.
Renee Montagne talks to Patrick Smith, editor of the African Confidential newsletter, for the latest developments.
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