In Zimbabwe, a major humanitarian crisis continues to unfold. An ongoing cholera epidemic has killed nearly 1,000 people, even as political uncertainty surrounding leader Robert Mugabe persists.
A military commander close to Mugabe was shot on Saturday, in what the Zimbabwe government claimed was an assassination attempt.
Andrew Meldrum, a senior editor at GlobalPost, reported from Zimbabwe for more than 20 years and joins Martin Savidge to discuss the shooting incident, the future of the political situation in Zimbabwe and potential options for the Obama administration in the African nation.
Read our previous coverage of the political and health crises in Zimbabwe.
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