The 2015 winner of China's version of the Nobel Peace Prize was announced Thursday in Beijing. It's none other than the ruler of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe. Mugabe is seen by many as a ruthless tyrant, so go figure.
Sharon Hillier didn't start out wanting to be the voice of, well, the vagina. But when she discovered just how off-base men who studied women's reproductive issues were, she felt she had to do something.
Zimbabwe's top opposition figure is detained by police, and a Beatrice Mutetwa, leading Zimbabwean human rights lawyer tells anchor Lisa Mullins that scores of ordinary citizens are being arrested and beaten every day, as part of a government crackdown.
Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai was detained again for the second time this week, and yesterday the government of President Robert Mugabe banned all NGOs from distributing food in the country
New evidence is emerging that Zimbabwe's military is playing a key role in running President Robert Mugabe's re-election campaign, as Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Ian Pannell, who just returned from reporting undercover inside Zimbabwe.
Most of Zimbabwe's neighbors have been slow to criticize President Robert Mugabe or even publicly address reports of violence toward his opponents, but there have been more voices of dissent in the past week, as The World's Jason Margolis has more.