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Commonwealth to send 24-member team to observe Zimbabwe elections

The Commonwealth, a group of mostly former British colonies, said it will dispatch a 24-member team led by ex-Ghanaian President John Mahama to observe Zimbabwe’s 30 July elections, the first to be held since Robert Mugabe was forced from office. Zimbabwe withdrew from the Commonwealth in 2003 after it was suspected of breaching the organization’s...

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