HARARE, Dec 7, 2008 (AFP) -- Zimbabwe has accused Britain of using a cholera outbreak which killed nearly 600 people to seek foreign support for an invasion of the African nation, state-run Sunday Mail reported.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said Saturday that world powers must join together to tell Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe that "enough is enough".
Reacting angrily to Brown's call, Zimbabwe government spokesman George Charamba said: "I don't know what this mad Prime Minister (Brown) is talking about... It has to do with regime change politics. He is asking for an invasion of Zimbabwe."