Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi said he expected the oil market "to stabilise itself eventually" but did not comment on talks with Russia held on Tuesday, which produced no firm pledge from Moscow to help support flagging oil prices.
This runs contrary to what Baghdad had sought from state control of fixed infrastructure within its jurisdiction, and the situation has spooked private investors and neutered Internet development outside Kurdistan, which sets its own rules.
State media has accused Mujuru -- who until recently was considered one of the front runners to some day take over from the 90-year-old Mugabe -- of plotting to challenge her boss at a party congress set for next week.
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