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World in Brief | ZIMBABWE

Opposition says it learned of plot

May 18, 2008|From Times Wire Reports

Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai postponed his return home for a presidential runoff election after his party said it had discovered an assassination plot against him.

Tsvangirai, head of the Movement for Democratic Change, has been out of Zimbabwe for more than a month. He had been due to return from Europe to campaign for the June 27 second-round ballot against President Robert Mugabe.

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