U.S. says Zimbabwe vote flawed, won't lift sanctions

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States believes Zimbabwe’s recent election was flawed and it doesn’t plan to loosen sanctions against President Robert Mugabe’s government until there are signs of change in the country, the State Department said on Monday, despite an endorsement of the vote by Southern African leaders.

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