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Prime Minister Raila Odinga on Friday held talks with Zimbawe's President Robert Mugabe.
Mr Odinga arrived in Harare on his way to the city of Bulawayo, where he is to open the third national conference of the Movement for Democratic Change.
He arrived at State House, Harare, for a courtesy call on President Mugabe shortly before 1pm, Kenyan time, accompanied by four MPs and one Orange Democratic Movement secretariat official.
The two leaders talked for more than an hour.
Their focus was the similarities in the history of Kenya and Zimbabwe, the struggle for the liberation of Africa, and the continent's place in world politics.
They also …