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Challengers to Zimbabwe regime attract little hope

With economy in crisis, opposition lacks inspiration

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / September 22, 2005

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HARARE, Zimbabwe -- Around this empty-feeling capital, where the scarcity of fuel has dramatically reduced traffic, billboards display the images of Martin Luther King, Mahatma Gandhi, and Nelson Mandela. These icons of resistance movements, hoisted to promote a cellular phone company, stand as ironic sentinels in a country ruled by a man most consider a dictator, President Robert Mugabe. (Full article: 978 words)

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