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Zimbabwe FM Moyo: Sanctions are ‘weapon of mass destruction’

It promised reform but Zimbabwe's government has failed to calm international worries over corruption and human rights, while millions face poverty and a dire economy. Foreign Minister Sibusiso Moyo was on Conflict Zone.

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