|Soldiers Take Over National Broadcaster in Zimbabwe Amid Growing Feud With Mugabe|
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Zimbabwe was reported to have soldiers taken over the headquarters of the national broadcaster, ZBC, amid a growing political crisis about the successor for 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe early on Wednesday morning, according to BBC News. BBC reported heavy gunfire and artillery have been heard in the northern suburbs of Harare, though the current situation is unclear and there has been no word from Mugabe. Zimbabwe's ambassador to South Africa, Isaac Moyo, was dismissive of the idea that there was an ongoing coup and insisted that the government remained "intact." Zimbabwe's ruling party accused the country's army chief of "treasonable conduct" after he warned of a possible military...
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