Zimbabwean politician Joice Mujuru served as Robert Mugabe’s Vice-President for a decade. Now she founded her own party. But why should people vote for someone who was a complicit in a regime that killed thousands?
With the only leader Zimbabwe has known now gone, the ruling ZANU-PF party's representative in the UK says the country is ready to move on — but can it expect real change from a successor at Mugabe's side for decades?
Alexander Downer, Australia's High Commissioner to the UK, defends his country's hard line on refugees and asylum seekers in an exclusive interview with DW.
Troops have been reported in the capital, raising the specter of a coup. The army seems to have positioned itself against parts of the president's ruling party amid a succession battle involving first lady Grace Mugabe.
On DW's Conflict Zone, Alfonso Dastis admits he was taken aback by the Catalonians' resolve and denies that his security forces used excessive force against Catalan separatists.
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