Zimbabwe deal under scrutiny

The World's Laura Lynch reports on the power-sharing deal reached in Zimbabwe. The agreement is supposed to end a bitter dispute between President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai.


Zimbabwe talks

President Robert Mugabe and his rival Morgan Tsvangerai have agreed to begin talks to help end the political crisis that has caused months of violence


Zimbabwe's options

Anchor Marco Werman talks about the limited options for Zimbabwe with Martin Meredith, who is the author of the book, "Mugabe: Power, Plunder and the Struggle for Zimbabwe."


African union summit and Zimbabwe

An African Union summit kicked off today in Egypt and one of the attendees is Zimbabwe's newly inaugurated president, Robert Mugabe; Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Martin Plaut about the reaction to Mugabe there.

News summary

Anchor Lisa Mullins reviews some of the other news stories that have been pushed out of the headlines by the two natural disasters in Asia.


Role of Zimbabwe's military in election

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.


Zimbabwe at the breaking point

This weekend, opposition candidate, Morgan Tsvangirai, pulled out of the upcoming presidential run-off election and said he had to call a halt because of the violence directed at his supporters


Reaction from Zimbabwe's neighbors

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.