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African leaders wanted Mugabe, an 'embarrassment', to go: Zimbabwe intelligence

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African leaders were embarrassed by Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and already encouraging him to step down before the army began moves last week to oust him, according to a secret Zimbabwean intelligence cable seen by Reuters.
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