Call for intervention in Zimbabwe
source: BBC News
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has urged the international community to intervene in Zimbabwe – by force if necessary.
The former Cape Town archbishop said he would support the deployment of a UN force to restore peace in the country.
He said African Union leaders should refuse to recognise Robert Mugabe as the legitimate president of Zimbabwe.
It is thought Mr Mugabe will be sworn in for another term on Sunday, although final results from the one-candidate election have been delayed.
The opposition boycotted the vote amid claims of violence and intimidation.
Mr Mugabe was said to have won by a wide margin, but international observers have reported many spoilt ballots, which in [continue reading]