On the weekend we heard that power-sharing talks in Zimbabwe have been bogged after opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai rejected a plan for the home affairs ministry to be shared between his Movement for Democratic Change and president Robert Mugabe’s Zanu-PF party. Today, fears for Zimbabweans grew with the UN World Food Program announcing that without extra donations, it will run out of food in January, forcing 5 million Zimbabweans – almost half the population – into starvation.

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