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Zimbabwe Thursday, 20 February, 2003, 16:55 GMT
Who owns the land?
Land reform is one of the key issues behind Zimbabwe's current unrest, and has its roots deep in colonial history.
Zimbabwe democracy comes of age
The election split Zimbabwe down the middle - and transformed the political landscape, writes Africa correspondent Allan Little.
Zanu considers life after Mugabe
Zimbabwe's ruling party seeks to overhaul its leadership in the wake of last month's losses at the polls.
Robert Mugabe Mugabe's descent into dictatorship
Politics learnt during Zimbabwe's war of independence have done little to help Robert Mugabe govern a modern nation.
Britain's troubles with Mugabe
What lies behind the war of words between Zimbabwe and its former colonial power?
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