Has South Africa Reached Rape Tipping Point?

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Kenya's Candidates Spar In First TV Debates

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Kenyans Worry Election Will Bring Repeat Of Tribal Violence

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The wreckage of a hot air balloon and its gondola lay in a field near Luxor, Egypt, on Tuesday. A fire and subsequent crash killed many of those who were aboard the tourist flight. Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Kenyan authorities are trying to guard against fraud and violence when they hold a presidential election on March 4. Here, voters register on biometric equipment last December in Nairobi. Simon Maina/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Fearing Election Turmoil, Kenyans Seek A Tech Solution

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Pistorius Case Puts South African Courts In Spotlight

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People walk down a market street in Eastleigh, a predominantly Muslim Somali neighborhood in Nairobi, Kenya, in 2009. The neighborhood has come under scrutiny as the U.S. cracks down on terrorism financing. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Fighting Stream Of Terrorist Capital, Kenya Cracks Down On Somali Businesses

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Pistorius Granted Bail After Prosecution Is Criticized For Sloppy Case

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Will 'Blade Runner' Be The New O.J.?

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A women's group protests Tuesday outside the courthouse in Pretoria, South Africa, where Oscar Pistorius was attending his bail hearing. Violence against women is widespread in South Africa, and was already part of the national debate before the Pistorius case. Waldo Swiegers/AP hide caption

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HIV drugs not only can keep patients healthy but also can stop the sexual transmission of the virus. Here an HIV-positive mother picks up medications at a hospital outside Johannesburg, South Africa. Alexander Joe/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Treating HIV Patients Protects Whole Community

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Algerian police stop cars at a checkpoint in In Amenas, deep in the Sahara near the Libyan border, on Jan. 18. Islamists took hostages at a nearby gas field in a major international incident. Farouk Batiche/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Sahara Attack Revives A Fear Of Renewed Terrorism In Algeria

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Oscar Pistorius as he entered a court in Pretoria on Thursday. Mike Hutchings /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Egyptian Women Speak Out Against Sexual Violence At Protests

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