Zimbabwe's opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has called for the United Nations to set up a criminal court to prosecute those guilty of violence in the aftermath of the stalled election in his troubled country.
The southern African nation is still awaiting the release of the results from the March 29 presidential vote, and President Robert Mugabe's ruling party may win back power in parliament after the electoral commission ordered a recount to take place Saturday.
The government has cracked down on protesters, raising fears of similar bloodshed to that which followed Kenya's recent post-election riots if no resolution is found. Read full article »
CNN's Nkepile Mabuse contributed to this report