Mugabe's party poised to lose control of parliament in Zimbabwe

The latest official results show President Robert Mugabe's party losing control of parliament. The results give the opposition Movement for Democratic Change 105 seats to 93 for ZANU-PF in the 210-seat House of Assembly. One seat went to an independent. That means that even if ZANU-PF wins all the remaining seats, it will not have a majority. The opposition earlier claimed its candidate won presidential election held alongside the parliamentary voting Saturday.