Sunday, September 14, 2008

From Google News (short headlines)

Zimbabwe crisis deal faces international doubters
AFP - 3 hours ago
HARARE (AFP) — Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai will sign a deal on Monday aiming to end a bitter political crisis ...

Envoys to pore over small print
Financial Times, UK - 5 hours ago
By James Blitz in London and Daniel Dombey in Washington The European Union last night said it was reconsidering plans to levy renewed sanctions against ...
'Deal won't end Zim's problems'
News24, South Africa - 9 hours ago
Harare - Zimbabwean aid groups predicted on Saturday that a power-sharing deal between President Robert Mugabe and the opposition would not end the country's woes ... The ban on NGOs was lifted two weeks ago but authorities imposed stringent measures including regular submission of details relating to their funding and stocks.

Security is first test of Zimbabwe deal
Times Online, UK - 9 hours ago
A CALL for British troops to return to Zimbabwe and train its army will provide a crucial early test of whether an agreement to be signed tomorrow by ...

(presumably the troops would keep an eye on the military, and retrain them to be professional soldiers again)

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