Zimbabwe’s ousted longtime chief Robert Mugabe on Sunday endorsed the opposition in Monday’s presidential election, his first intervention in a good vote that—for the primary time since 1980—doesn’t characteristic his identify on the poll.

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“I can’t vote for individuals who have tormented me,” the 94-year-old Mr. Mugabe, slouched behind a pile of microphones, stated in a information convention at his residence on the outskirts of the capital Harare. “I’ll make my selection among the many different 22 [candidates].”

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