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Harare, ZIMBABWE: Zimbabwe's Vice President Joice Mujuru holds up the party flag as President Mugabe addresses supporters in Harare 30 March 2007. A defiant Robert Mugabe openly acknowledged an assault on Zimbabwe's opposition leader today as he sought his ruling party's nomination to stand once again in next year's presidential election. The veteran president, who has ruled Zimbabwe since independence in 1980, told supporters he had not received one word of criticism from his fellow southern African leaders at a summit the day before after telling them his arch rival Morgan Tsvangirai had deserved to be assaulted earlier this month. AFP PHOTO / ALEXANDER JOE (Photo credit should read ALEXANDER JOE/AFP/Getty Images)
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Harare, ZIMBABWE: Zimbabwe's Vice President Joice Mujuru holds up the party flag as President Mugabe addresses supporters in Harare 30 March 2007. A defiant Robert Mugabe openly acknowledged an assault on Zimbabwe's opposition leader today as he sought his ruling party's nomination to stand once again in next year's presidential election. The veteran president, who has ruled Zimbabwe since independence in 1980, told supporters he had not received one word of criticism from his fellow southern African leaders at a summit the day before after telling them his arch rival Morgan Tsvangirai had deserved to be assaulted earlier this month. AFP PHOTO / ALEXANDER JOE (Photo credit should read ALEXANDER JOE/AFP/Getty Images)
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Zimbabwe's Vice President Joice Mujuru holds up the party flag as... Nachrichtenfoto 73749148Flagge,Harare,Kopfbild,Politik,Politische Wahl,Robert Mugabe,Simbabwe,Unterstützung,Vertikal,Veteran,Vizepräsident,Vor Publikum sprechenPhotographer Collection: AFP 2007 AFPHarare, ZIMBABWE: Zimbabwe's Vice President Joice Mujuru holds up the party flag as President Mugabe addresses supporters in Harare 30 March 2007. A defiant Robert Mugabe openly acknowledged an assault on Zimbabwe's opposition leader today as he sought his ruling party's nomination to stand once again in next year's presidential election. The veteran president, who has ruled Zimbabwe since independence in 1980, told supporters he had not received one word of criticism from his fellow southern African leaders at a summit the day before after telling them his arch rival Morgan Tsvangirai had deserved to be assaulted earlier this month. AFP PHOTO / ALEXANDER JOE (Photo credit should read ALEXANDER JOE/AFP/Getty Images)