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Zimbabwe's opposition MDC party will not boycott vote despite worries


Zimbabwe's opposition will not boycott the nation's upcoming presidential election. Mali also just days away from a high-stakes presidential election, and security is in the spotlight. And Eritrea hopes securing peace with Ethiopia will open the door to tourism.

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