Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa gives a media conference at the State House in Harare, Zimbabwe, August 3, 2018. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo/File Photo
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Emmerson Mnangagwa was due to take the oath as Zimbabwe's president Sunday after a divisive election, as U.S. observers of that vote questioned the country's democratic credentials.The Constitutional Court confirmed Mnangagwa as president in a ruling released Friday, dismissing a challenge by the man he defeated in the July 30 ballot, opposition leader Nelson Chamisa.The crackdown, which left six people dead Aug. 1, recalled the heavy-handed security tactics that marked the 37-year rule of Mugabe, who was removed in a coup in November.
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