Mugabe and Ahmadinejad Vow Resistance Against the US

With the US power waning since the defeat of the neocons in the midterm elections, Iran and Zimbabwe vowed to continue with their resistance to the United States.

Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad (R) shakes hands with his Zimbabwean counterpart Robert Mugabe in Tehran. Iran and Zimbabwe have vowed to strengthen ties and press ahead with resistance to the United States, which has vilified the governments in Tehran and Harare as “outposts of tyranny.”(AFP/Atta Kenare)

During this week’s visit to Tehran, Ahmadinejad and Mugabe agreed that the two countries have commonalties on many issues.
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