Zimbabwe president, opposition leader sign deal on power-sharing talks

Zimbabwe's president and opposition leader have signed an agreement calling for formal talks on sharing power. A stern-looking President Robert Mugabe and a beaming Morgan Tsvangirai signed the deal laying out the conditions for talks on a coalition government. The breakthrough in Harare follows nearly three months of violence that the opposition says left more than 120 dead, thousands injured and tens of thousands homeless. It is the first time in a decade that the Mugabe and Tsvangirai are meeting face to face.