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Mood Gets Grimmer in Zimbabwe Over Mugabe, Diving Economy

In Zimbabwe's capital, a man fills two drums with gasoline at a station that still accepts electronic payments in a country where many vendors demand cash, a sign of the economy's vulnerability.  "I have to stock up. There won't be any fuel by the time we reach Christmas," said Fadzai Radaira, the buyer at the fuel station in Harare. While the Zimbabwean government has sought to allay fears of fuel shortages, saying the country has enough stocks to run until...

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