In Memoriam: Activist Poet Dennis Brutus
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Few Clues To Student's Evolution Into Terror Suspect
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Sudan, one of four endangered northern white rhinoceroses shipped to Kenya from a zoo in the Czech Republic, explores his new pen at the Ol Pejeta reserve near the town of Nanyuki in central Kenya. Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Rare Rhinos Relocated In Effort To Keep Species Alive
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Bomb Suspect's Motives Baffle Family, Friends
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Poet, Anti-Apartheid Activist Dennis Brutus Dies
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South African Church Housing Refugees Faces Crisis
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In Kenya, Carjackings Spawn Driving Schools
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U.S. Evangelical Leaders Blamed For Uganda Anti-Gay Sentiment
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Proposed Uganda Law: If You See A Homosexual, Call The Police
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Eritrean Soccer Team Defects In Kenya
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Gay rights demonstrators protest outside the Uganda High Commission on Thursday in London. Proposed legislation would impose the death penalty for some gay Ugandans, while family and friends could face up to seven years in jail if they fail to report them to authorities. Matt Dunham/AP hide caption

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Taboos Silence Opponents Of Uganda Anti-Gay Bill
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Archbishop Desmond Tutu speaks during an Oxfam International climate hearing in Copenhagen on Tuesday. He is among the African leaders sounding the alarm that Africa will suffer most from the effects of climate change. Attila Kisbendek/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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African Leaders' Climate Message Unheard At Home
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Lawmakers Pressure Obama To Act On Sudan
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