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November 19, 2017 22:24
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HARARE - Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai said he was "baffled" by President Robert Mugabe's address to the nation on Sunday when the veteran leader defied widespread expectations that he would resign.

"I am baffled. It's not just me, it's the whole nation. He's playing a game. He has let the whole nation down," Tsvangirai told Reuters.

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