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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Zimbabwe opposition rally gathers pace

The crowd of MDC-T supporters at a Harare rally has swelled to thousands. Credit: Andy Rex/ITV News

Thousands of MDC-T supporters have now gathered in central Harare in the final stretch of prime minister Morgan Tsvangirai's campaign to wrest the presidency from Robert Mugabe.

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Morgan Tsvangirai has promised a million jobs in five years if he wins the elections. Credit: Andy Rex/ ITV News

Almost 750,000 new voters have registered ahead of the July 31 polls. In past polls, the young have shunned elections but it is believed that this time, youth and rural voters may well decide the victor.

Mugabe has warned his rival that he will be arrested if he claims victory before official results are announced. Credit: Andy Rex/ ITV News

This year's short election campaign period has been largely free of the violence that has marred previous polls.

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