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Zimbabwe poll fraud fears

ITV News has uncovered evidence of potential voting fraud, ahead of Wednesday's parliamentary and presidential elections in Zimbabwe. The evidence includes the registration of more than 100,000 voters who are apparently at least 100-years-old.

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Opposition vows to defeat Mugabe in Zimbabwe polls

Supporters of MDC-T have gathered at a rally in the capital Harare. Credit: Andy Rex/ITV News

Supporters of Morgan Tsvangirai's party MDC-T have gathered in Harare ahead of Wednesday's elections to back the prime minister in his bid for the presidency.

The MDC-T's popularity has slumped, but the party says it will not be denied victory this time. Credit: Andy Rex/ITV News

After four years in coalition with Robert Mugabe, Mr Tsvangirai says there is no basis for any government of national unity this time.

The MDC-T gathering, dubbed the "Crossover Rally" by the party, is being held in Harare's Freedom Square. Credit: Andy Rex/ITV

MDC-T supporters have faced intimidation by members of Mr Mugabe's ZANU-PF's youth wing in the run-up to elections, Mr Tsvangirai claims.

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