The State Department has lifted the travel warning issued in December for Zimbabwe. "The political and economic situation is still unpredictable, but we lifted the restrictions because there was a return of basic medical, food and fuel services," State Department spokesman Robert Wood said. "We're obviously going to continue to monitor the situation, and if we feel we need to provide another travel advisory or warning we will certainly do so. There is no political dynamic. We are just gauging the situation as we see it on the ground."

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