In this Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015 file photo Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe falls after addressing supporters upon his return from an African Union meeting in Ethiopia. (AP Photo/File)
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The European Union Monday unveiled a $270 million aid package to support Zimbabwe's agriculture and health sectors, marking the resumption of direct funding after more than 10 years.Relations between Zimbabwe and the EU turned frosty following the 2002 elections, which foreign observers said were rigged to hand President Robert Mugabe victory.The EU then slapped sanctions on Mugabe and members of his inner circle.The EU early this month said that Mugabe may nevertheless be authorized to travel to Europe under specific circumstances in his capacity as current chairman of the African Union.
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