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Chinua Achebe: Why Google honours him today

Africa's greatest storyteller Chinua Achebe would have been 87 today. This is his story.

Chinua Achebe with former South African President Nelson Mandela

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Who are the key players in the Zimbabwe crisis?

Troops have taken over government buildings and state TV but have denied that a military coup is underway.

Grace Mugabe talks to Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa

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Zimbabwe's President Mugabe 'confined to his home'

South African leader says he spoke to Zimbabwean counterpart, who 'indicated' he was fine but not allowed to leave home.

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Robert Mugabe's most famous quotes

A quick look at President Mugabe's colourful language throughout his 37-year reign as leader of Zimbabwe.

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Zimbabwe: Who is saying what?

Zimbabwe's army seizes control of the country, we look at the latest reactions.

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Zimbabwe military's statement after seizing power

Major General SB Moyo addresses the nation after Zimbabwe's military seizes state TV, blocks off government offices.

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Profile: Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe

The life, political career and controversies of the African nation's longest-serving leader.

President Robert Mugabe

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Zimbabwe: What's happening?

Mugabe with his wife, Grace

There is growing uncertainty in Zimbabwe.

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Zimbabwe army takes control but denies coup

Military spokesperson says army seeks to 'pacify a degenerating, social, and economic situation' in the country.

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UN calls DRC to allow peaceful anti-Kabila protests

MONUSCO statement comes on the eve of expected anti-government demonstrations called by opposition and rights groups.

President Joseph Kabila

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Hundreds of women take to the streets of the capital, Juba, to call for an end to the country's devastating war.

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