Zimababwe celebrates it's 30th anniversary of independence from colonial rule
epa02122480 Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe wipes the sweat from his brow after addressing crowds gathered at the 50,000 seat Chinese-built national sports stadium in Harare, Zimbabwe, 18 April 2010. Zimbabwe marked 30 years of independence from British colonial rule with Mugabe pledging to continue plans to hand over 51 percent control of businesses to blacks under a controversial program. Mugabe said the proposed business take-overs are a concrete example of similar land policies followed over the last three decades that have enabled locals to own the nation's resources. EPA/AARON UFUMELI
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