Tendai Biti was arrested at border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, sought for allegedly inciting violence, says his lawyer
6 dead in clashes between protesters, military
Leader of opposition calls election result 'fiction' as situation remains tense in capital
3 killed amid protests as ruling party accused of vote rigging in first presidential elections since Mugabe ouster
Official results strengthened President Emmerson Mnangagwa's prospects of holding on to power in the key presidential vote, showing that ZANU-PF had easily won the most seats in the parliamentary ballot.
There are 210 seats in the national assembly lower house.
Analysts view this vote as crucial because it gives Zimbabwe a chance to return to democratic rule
'Child workers are exposed to nicotine and toxic pesticides,' says Human Rights Watch
Newly elected South African President Cyril Ramaphosa net Zimbabwean counterpart Emerson Mnangagwa Saturday
Mugabe grinned broadly in the posed photo, standing beside brigadier general Ambrose Mutinhiri, the leader of opposition party the National Patriotic Front (NPF), which hopes to unseat the government in polls expected by August.
Lavrov, who is on a tour of Africa, is the first high-profile Russian official to visit Zimbabwe since veteran ruler Robert Mugabe's resignation in November last year.
Mnangagwa has adopted a more diplomatic tone since taking over as leader in November, after the ousting of the authoritarian Robert Mugabe, his former boss.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa says 'there is no need' for unity government
Appointment seen as move to consolidate power against possibility of future anti-government intervention by military
Constantino Chiwenga takes oath as one of country's two vice presidents
Lieutenant General Phillip Valerio Sibanda says 'normalcy has returned to our country'
Mugabe's reign was built on support from three pillars -- ZANU-PF party, the military and the war veterans -- and their hardening stance against him in recent years was a bellwether of his downfall on Tuesday.
"For the record, the Vice President did not eat ice cream," Information Minister Chris Mushohwe said.
Over 60,000 people gather in Harare for historic swearing-in ceremony
President Mugabe has submitted resignation letter to parliament
In talks with the army chief on Thursday, Mugabe refused to resign, as sources suggested the veteran leader was "buying time" to negotiate his exit.