Sean McCormack

 
Museveni: Climate not right for Zim poll
Museveni: Climate not right for Zim poll
The current climate in Zimbabwe was "not at all" the proper one for an election, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni said in an interview broadcast...
Aid group ordered to suspend operations by Zim govt
Aid group ordered to suspend operations by Zim govt
The aid group Care International said on Tuesday the Zimbabwean government has halted its operations in the country for allegedly campaigning for...
Pressure builds for Zim poll result
Pressure builds for Zim poll result
Zimbabwe awaited a key court ruling on Tuesday, which could order an end to the 10-day wait for presidential election results as pressure on...
Burma holds referendum amid cyclone chaos
Burma holds referendum amid cyclone chaos
The military rulers of Burma went ahead with a constitutional referendum on Saturday despite calls from the outside world to postpone it after the...
Iran counts votes as US decries results
Iran counts votes as US decries results
Iran began counting votes on Saturday that are likely to keep conservatives in control of Parliament after many opponents of President Mahmoud...
Obama's passport records improperly accessed
Obama's passport records improperly accessed
Contract workers for the United States State Department improperly viewed Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama's passport records...
US ready to shoot down wayward spy satellite
US ready to shoot down wayward spy satellite
The United States Defence Department said on Wednesday that the window of opportunity is now open for it to try to shoot down a failing spy...
Rice seeks African insight to help end Zim crisis
Rice seeks African insight to help end Zim crisis
United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice spoke on Friday with African leaders and former United Nations chief Kofi Annan for their insight...
Mugabe's future may hold key to resolving crisis
Mugabe's future may hold key to resolving crisis
Resolving the thorny question of Robert Mugabe's fate may hold the key to breaking the impasse over Zimbabwe's disputed presidential vote.
Zim police ban rallies as summit draws close
Zim police ban rallies as summit draws close
Police have banned political rallies and the opposition has accused the authorities of waging a violent crackdown as Zimbabwe's political crisis...
Zimbabweans queue to make their mark
Zimbabweans queue to make their mark
Eager to vote, Zimbabweans began lining up before dawn on Saturday for elections that present President Robert Mugabe with the toughest political...
Zim to haunt Mbeki at UN summit
Zim to haunt Mbeki at UN summit
South African President Thabo Mbeki had intended to lead a summit on Wednesday at the United Nations in New York that would focus on the increasing...