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Timeline: Zimbabwe's tempestuous democracy

HARARE (Reuters) - Following are some key events in the recent history of Zimbabwe, which goes to the polls on July 31 in an electoral showdown between veteran leader Robert Mugabe and Morgan Tsvangirai, his political nemesis of the last 15 years. Full story

Zimbabwe's Mugabe warns rival against early poll win claim

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Sunday warned his main rival Morgan Tsvangirai that he would be arrested if he claimed victory before official results were announced in an election this week. Full story

Zimbabwe faces poll with little violence this time

At the age of 89 President Robert Mugabe is on the campaign trail, seeking to extend his grip on Zimbabwe in an election next week that observers fear will be marred by fraud. But the opposition is gambling that there is enough discontent to unseat the wily political survivor, who has been in power Full story

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A woman stands beside election posters of MDC leader Tsvangirai in central Harare
A woman stands beside election posters of MDC leader Tsvangirai in central Harare

A woman stands beside election posters of Movement For Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai as she speaks on a mobile phone in central Harare July 12 2013. Zimbabwe will hold general elections on July 31. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo

Zimbabwe's PM Tsvangirai and his wife cast his vote in a referendum in Harare
Zimbabwe's PM Tsvangirai and his wife cast his vote in a referendum in Harare

Zimbabwe's Prime Minister and President of the Movement for Democratic Change Morgan Tsvangirai and his wife Elizabeth cast his vote in a referendum at a polling station in Harare March 16, 2013. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo

Zimbabwe Vice President Mujuru, PM Tsvangirai and member of the House of Assembly of Zimbabwe for Kuwadzana Nelson Chamisa attends the presentation of Final Draft of the Constitution for debate in Parliament Building in Harare