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Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has come under fire for hosting a lavish $1 million celebration for his 92nd birthday in a number of locations, including a drought-stricken region of the struggling nation, reports The Washington Post.

Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai claims that Zimbabwe’s aging president Robert Mugabe has been replaced by his wife Grace in a "palace coup," reports the Mail & Guardian.

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe (pictured) has annoyed many Jamaicans for disparaging comments he reportedly made about Jamaicans during a speech last week at a university, according to the U.K. Daily Mail. SEE ALSO: 25 Facts From Michael’s ‘Bad’ Album At the University of Zimbabwe, Mugabe reportedly alternated between English and native language Shona, while airing […]

JOHANNESBURG – Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has prostate cancer that has spread to other organs and was urged by his physician to step down in 2008, according to a U.S. diplomatic cable released by WikiLeaks. In the cable dated June 2008 and written by James D. McGee, the former U.S. ambassador in Harare, Zimbabwe’s Central […]

Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu said Wednesday that the international community must use the threat of force to oust Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe from office.

The United States can no longer support a proposed Zimbabwean power-sharing deal that would leave Robert Mugabe, “a man who’s lost it,” as president, the top American envoy for Africa said Sunday.

From Foreign Policy: Remember when Robert Mugabe <a href="http://newsone.com/world/mugabe-says-cholera-is-contained-is-out-of-touch-with-reality/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">said</a> Zimbabwe's cholera epidemic had ended, the same day the WHO said another 60,000 people were at risk? Apparently that was <a href="http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/africa/article5330376.ece">a hilarious joke.</a>

President Robert Mugabe claims the cholera crisis that has killed nearly 800 people in Zimbabwe is contained, and his spokesman said his much-criticized remark that there was no cholera was misunderstood, state media reported Friday.

Because of the growing humanitarian crisis in Zimbabwe, which has been spurred by a lack of water and the rapid spread of deadly cholera, Robert Mugabe is facing increased pressure to step down as President.