(Max Bearak/The Washington Post)
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Opposition supporters prematurely celebrate Zimbabwe election results
On July 31, jubilant Zimbabweans gathered outside opposition headquarters in Harare, prematurely claiming the MDC Alliance's candidate, Nelson Chamisa, had beaten the ruling party's candidate, Emmerson Mnangagwa, in the polls.
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