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Monday, 24 November, 2008

An eminent group of world leaders, including former President Jimmy Carter, has warned that the humanitarian situation in Zimbabwe is much worse than they thought.

An eminent group of world leaders, including former President Jimmy Carter, has warned that the humanitarian situation in Zimbabwe is much worse than they thought.

Zimbabwean authorities barred the group from entering the country this weekend. The so-called "Elders," a group of peacemakers that was formed by former South African President Nelson Mandela, instead remained in South Africa, where they've been listening to accounts of the suffering across the border.

 

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