Zimbabwe now has the lowest life expectancy in the world. After years of runaway inflation and economic troubles, the country also faces a cholera epidemic. Freelance reporter Peter Godwin and New York Times co-bureau Chief in Johannesburg Celia W. Dugger join us to discuss the situation in Zimbabwe, including how the new power-sharing government is working.
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