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Zimbabwe is on the Verge of Collapse With No Water, Electricity, or Fuel

With a deteriorating economy, rising inflation, and the subsequent effects of lack of water, electricity, and fuel, Zimbabwe is a country that is barely keeping afloat. Is there a way out for one of Africa's once formidable nations?

Zimbabwe is on the Verge of Collapse With No Water, Electricity, or Fuel
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