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Succession Battle a Threat to Party, Zimabwe's Mugabe Says

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Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe told his ruling ZANU-PF party Wednesday that it was in danger of splitting and accused rival factions of stoking division as they positioned themselves to eventually succeed him. Mugabe, 91, and looking increasingly frail, has ruled the Southern African nation since independence from Britain in 1980 but has not named a successor or said whether he plans to retire. Last December, Mugabe fired his deputy of 10 years, Joice Mujuru, who was seen as very...

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