Ruling Zanu-PF party discusses Mugabe's future after he ignores resignation deadline. Zanu-PF says it backs impeachment, and proceedings could begin on Tuesday.
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Thousands of protesters called for President Mugabe's resignation. Also, the Argentine navy continues the search for a missing submarine, and the Lebanese politician, Saad Hariri, says he will return to Beirut next week.
Branches of the governing party pass no-confidence votes amid calls for President Mugabe to resign. The head of Zimbabwe's National Liberation War Veterans' Association say Mr Mugabe has no political future. Also, violence erupts in Kenya between police and supporters of the opposition leader Raila Odinga, one of the leaders of the Venezuelan opposition evades house arrest and flees into neighbouring Colombia, and hear the highest note ever sung at the Metropolitan Opera in New York.