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Zimbabwe president talks of purging corruption

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HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe's president said he would fire government ministers accused of soliciting for bribes in a bid to purge corruption from his party as loyalists met at a convention to map out a winning election strategy to end a conflict-ridden four-year-old coalition. President Robert Mugabe said in the state media Friday the convention in the provincial city of Gweru should...

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