Tuesday, June 24, 2008

UN Says Fair Vote in Zimbabwe Impossible

Zimbabwe opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai is at the Dutch Embassy in Harare. He went there after pulling out of the country's elections saying he feared for his safety. He says he'll leave - but not until president Robert Mugabe assures him he will be safe.During a Dutch radio interview Tsvangirai said he'll probably be leaving the Embassy Tuesday or Wednesday, but he hesitated when the interviewer asked if he would be safe when he left.Senegal's president says Tsvangirai was running from soldiers when he went to the Embassy. He also released a statement saying there's no guarantee the soldiers won't attack the Embassy.