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Zimbabwe: Mugabe Declared Winner of Presidential Poll

President Robert Mugabe has been declared winner of the Zimbabwe presidential election in results announced by the Zimbabwe electoral Commission chairperson, Rita Makarau.

Mugabe received over 2 million votes - that's 61.09 percent while Morgan Tsvangirai got just over one million votes 33.94 percent.

MDC leader Welshman Ncube came a distance third with just over 90,000 votes - 2.6 percent of the vote.

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