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LABOUR MP Nigel Griffiths has said he is glad Zimbabwean officials have criticised Edinburgh University's decision to strip president Robert Mugabe of his honorary degree.
ZIMBABWE has branded the decision to strip president Robert Mugabe of his honorary degree as a "humiliation" - for Edinburgh University.
TONY Blair was among those backing Edinburgh University's decision to strip Zimbabwe's leader Robert Mugabe of an honorary degree.
EDINBURGH University yesterday ruled that the Zimbabwean president, Robert Mugabe, should be stripped of an honorary degree awarded more than 20 years ago.
EDINBURGH University chiefs were set to meet today to confirm that Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe would be stripped of his honorary degree.
FINAL moves by Edinburgh University to strip Zimbabwean dictator Robert Mugabe of his honorary degree have been widely welcomed.
ZIMBABWE'S annual inflation rate surged to an unprecedented 3714 per cent at the end of April, the official state newspaper has reported.
EDINBURGH University is preparing to strip Robert Mugabe of his honorary degree on the grounds it was unaware of serious misrule in Zimbabwe at the time the award was made.
TOMORROW is a key day in our campaign to persuade Edinburgh University to strip Robert Mugabe of his honorary degree.
THE UK government yesterday led international condemnation of Zimbabwe's election to chair the United Nations Sustainable Development Commission, labelling the decision outrageous and "wholly inconsistent" with the body's aims.
A ZIMBABWEAN court yesterday ordered that Simon Mann, the former Scots Guards officer imprisoned for attempting a mercenary coup against an oil-rich African dictator, be extradited to the tiny state of Equatorial Guinea.
ZIMBABWE'S ruling party has resolved differences after a power struggle to succeed Robert Mugabe as president, and backed him to stay in office for another six years, the state Sunday Mail newspaper reported.
TWO of Scotland's leading artists have threatened to return their honorary degrees from Edinburgh University unless the institution immediately strips Zimbabwean tyrant Robert Mugabe of his own award.
STUDENTS have hit back at claims Robert Mugabe "does not lose sleep" over threats to strip him of his honorary Edinburgh University degree.
DICTATOR Robert Mugabe "does not lose sleep" over calls for him to be stripped of his honorary Edinburgh University degree.
ROBERT Mugabe, the president of Zimbabwe, has shrugged off threats by Edinburgh University to strip him of an honorary degree awarded 23 years ago.
Zimbabwe's president, Robert Mugabe, may have been regarded as a saviour at independence 20 years ago, but he has now become his homeland's nemesis.
SCOTS MP Nigel Griffiths is to personally present Edinburgh University chiefs with a dossier spelling out why Zimbabwean dictator Robert Mugabe should be stripped of his honorary degree.