Cattle herders lead cows and bulls down an unpaved road in Southern Sudan's main city Juba — soon to be the capital of the new country. Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Cattle Rustling A Deadly Business In Sudan

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An armed Somali pirate keeps vigil along the coastline of Hobyo, a pirate lair on the Indian Ocean. Mohamed Dahir/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Inside The Pirate Business: From Booty To Bonuses

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A fishing boat bobs in the waves along the Somaliland coast looking out on the Gulf of Aden, a favorite area for pirate attacks. Kabir Dhanji for NPR hide caption

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Catching Pirates With A Kind Of Neighborhood Watch

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Other nations that catch Somali pirates are reluctant to send them back because the prisons do not meet international standards. This prison in the coastal city of Berbera, Somalia, dates to the 1880s, and inmates constantly complain about conditions. Kabir Dhanji for NPR hide caption

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Somaliland Struggles In Effort To Fight Piracy

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Anti-government protesters demonstrate in front of the Saudi Embassy in Manama, Bahrain, on March 15. Frenzied clashes swept Bahrain a day after a Saudi-led military force entered the country to help defend the Sunni monarchy from a Shiite-led protest movement. Hasan Jamali/AP hide caption

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Many Bahraini Protesters Angry With United States

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Bahrain Arrests Opposition Activists

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Protesters In Bahrain Driven From Main Square

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Bahrain Soldiers, Police Storm Into Protesters' Camp

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Bahrain Declares State Of Emergency

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Bahrain Protesters Stay Put Despite Foreign Troops

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A Bahraini nurse (right) walks with anti-government protesters heading onto the streets of Manama to await a Saudi-led military force that crossed into Bahrain on Monday. Hasan Jamali/AP hide caption

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Saudis, Other Gulf Nations Send Force To Bahrain

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Saudi Forces Out In Force To Stop 'Day Of Rage'

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Bahraini Shiite protesters march during an anti-regime demonstration in the capital, Manama, last week. Shiites make up the majority in Bahrain, but many say they're treated like second-class citizens in the Sunni-ruled country. Adam Jan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Bahrain's Poor Live In The Shadow Of A Monarchy

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Saudis Monitor Bahrain As Protesters Demand Change

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In Bahrain, Protests Continue

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