Zimbabwean Court Rejects Call for Election Results
People who have been waiting for the results of Zimbabwe's presidential election will have to keep waiting. Two weeks after the voting, the numbers are unknown — including whether President Robert Mugabe won another term in the job he has held for decades.
There was hope that Zimbabwe's highest court would order the results to be released Monday. But in the past few hours, the court dismissed that request.
Steve Inskeep talks to NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton in Harare for the latest developments.
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