Zimbabwe Election Tension
Police lead detained supporters of Zimbabwe's opposition
Police lead detained supporters of Zimbabwe's opposition "Movement for Democratic Change" onto a bus after a raid on the party's headquarters in Harare, June 23. (AP Photo)
HARARE, Zimbabwe, June 24 -- Influential leaders in South Africa and Senegal on Tuesday joined the global condemnation of Zimbabwe's lethal political violence and called on President Robert Mugabe to cancel Friday's election on grounds it would not reflect the free will of voters.
 
African Leaders Press Mugabe: Zimbabwe Ruler Rejects Calls to Cancel Runoff (Post, June 25, 2008, Page A01)
 
How to Handle Dictators (Post, June 25, 2008, Page A12)
 
World Leaders Rebuke Zimbabwe: Opposition Offices Raided in Capital (Post, June 24, 2008, Page A01)
 
Mr. Mugabe Wins (June 24, 2008, Page A16)
 
Getting to a Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe (By Gayle E. Smith, June 23, 2008; 4:03 PM)
 
Zimbabwe Opposition Candidate Drops Out: Tsvangirai Cites Deaths, Violence Over Election (Post, June 23, 2008, Page A01)
 
LAST RESORT: Let Us Now Praise Coups (By Paul Collier, June 22, 2008, Page B03)
 
CSIS: Getting Past Mugabe (By Mark Bellamy and J. Stephen Morrison, June 21, 2008; 12:00 AM)
 
Around the World: Around the World (Post, June 21, 2008, Page A10)
 
Rice Delivers Stark Assessment of Zimbabwe's President (Post, June 20, 2008, Page A12)
 
U.N. Warns of Impending Food Crisis in Zimbabwe: - (Post, June 19, 2008, Page A13)
 
Bush Holds Joint Press Conference With the UK's Brown: Prime Minister Brown Addresses Foreign Policy Concerns (washingtonpost.com, June 16, 2008; 11:46 AM)
 
Around the World: Around the World (Post, June 15, 2008, Page A15)
 
Around the World: Around the World (Post, June 14, 2008, Page A09)
 
Opposition Official Arrested in Zimbabwe (Post, June 13, 2008, Page A08)
 
SUDAN (Post, June 11, 2008, Page A14)
 
ZIMBABWE (Post, June 10, 2008, Page A16)
 

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