The Archbishop of Canterbury began his "healing"
visit to Zimbabwe yesterday by delivering a sermon as part of a tour
designed to help close a rift within the Anglican Church.
Dr Rowan Williams addressed an estimated 15,000
people at an open-air Sunday service at the National Sports Stadium in
the capital, Harare, before a possible meeting he has requested today
with President Robert Mugabe.
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