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Zimbabwe President Says 'No To Whites' Owning Land

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe addresses supporters during celebrations to mark his 90th birthday in Marondera

‘Don’t be to kind to white farmers’

The Daily Caller advises Edward Snowden about his little asylum problem

Photo (left to right): AFP/Getty Images/Jospeh Eid; KCNA/AFP/Getty Images; AFP/Getty Images/Banaras Khan

Here are 11 places where the 30-year-old American fugitive should consider calling home

Susan Rice, likely NSC head, had string of failures in Africa before Benghazi

Susan Rice. Spencer Platt/Getty Images.

Likely NSC head had poor performance in Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe mufti, retweeted by bombing suspect, condemns attacks

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“I would like to very strongly condemn the bombings in the US and express condolences to the families”

African despot named tourism mascot - TheDC

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Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe named UN international envoy for tourism

Zimbabwe police stop Valentine's Day peace march - AP

Women of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) to protest

Police said the demonstration by about 200 members of the militant Women of Zimbabwe Arise organization was illegal

For 4th year running, US falls in economic freedom - TheDC

Detroit - Paul Sancya -AP

Report: Rise in corruption, spending, decline in monetary freedom, investment freedom, combine for decline

Mugabe's martyrdom of Zimbabwe - TheDC

War correspondent Peter Godwin discusses his new book ‘The Fear’ and how Robert Mugabe raped his country

TheDC's Jamie Weinstein: Offer Gaddafi safe transfer to Zimbabwe - TheDC

In exchange for an end to bloodshed, U.S. should offer Gaddafi safe transfer to some dictatorial fiefdom, no matter how unpalatable the thought

Who is Anonymous? - TheDC

Anonymous says that its actions support a freer world, ‘where governments don’t oppress their citizens’

China censors, paints Egyptian protests as the result of that crazy Western style democracy - AP

Newspapers can only publish accounts of the protests from the official Xinhua News Service

Zimbabwe art exhibit ban rouses memories of the nation's troubled past - NYT

The government banned an art exhibit in Zimbabwe’s National Gallery and charged the artist with insulting President Robert Mugabe for graphic depictions of the atrocities committed during the early years of his rule

Agenda 21 Part I: A global economic disaster in the making

What does the phrase “sustainable development” mean, and where does it come from?

Zimbabwe's Mugabe: Party ready to regain dominance - AP

Mugabe has called for national elections next year to bring an end to the shaky two-year coalition with Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai

The myth of the global economy

Without globalization, mediocre industries can just sputter along for decades. But with globalization, these industries can get wiped out. But they can also conquer the world if they’re not mediocre

Russian spy's 'secret' sister wooed American diplomat's son - NY Post

Ten years ago, Kuschenko, then in her teens, dated 15-year-old Nathan Joseff, whose mother, Lena, was deputy chief of the US Embassy in Zimbabwe

‘Europe for a Day’

Many of our fellow citizens are up in arms about the prospect of the United States becoming a European-style social democracy. Their stubborn and unreasonable resistance to the obvious advantages of the modern European state, though frustrating, is really not surprising

Zimbabwe soon to get go ahead to sell diamonds - AP

An official with the world diamond control body says Zimbabwe will soon be allowed to begin selling its controversy-plagued diamonds on the international market

Hunting is saving Africa’s wildlife - American Hunter

African wildlife must pay its way in the modern world, and hunters provide that vital revenue

Mugabe sending 'Ark' to North Korea - The Guardian

The Zimbabwean president will send a modern-day ark – containing pairs of giraffes, zebras, baby elephants and other wild animals taken from a national park – to a zoo in North Korea