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Talks between Zimbabwe's ruling party and the opposition on ending the political crisis have resumed.
The talks, which were adjourned after there was a deadlock last week, resumed at an undisclosed venue in South Africa yesterday.
President Robert Mugabe's party Zanu-PF began power-sharing talks with the opposition Movement for Democratic Change in South Africa two weeks ago to try to resolve the crisis after Mugabe's unopposed re-election in a poll boycotted by the opposition.
Meanwhile back in Zimbabwe, which is also suffering economic collapse, police confirmed that a bomb exploded at the central police station in the capital Harare on Saturday. There were no casualties and no one has claimed responsibility. - Reuters