Sudan's President Wins Another Term

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U.S. Ambassador On The African Union

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A suspected pirate from Somalia looks around as he is escorted into federal court by U.S. marshals in Norfolk, Va., on Friday. A group of 11 suspected pirates were due to be arraigned and tried in the Norfolk federal court. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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It's Not Just Passengers Trying To Catch A Flight

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Sharing 'Mandela's Way' In Fifteen Lessons

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Fraud Suspected In Sudan Election Results

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Somali Radio Stations Threatened By Insurgents

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Forget The South Of France, Try Zimbabwe

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World News Roundup: Sudan, Poland, Kyrgyzstan

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Nigeria's Acting President Leaps Into Action

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Voting Begins In Sudan's Historic Elections

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Sudan Elections An Opportunity With Dire Potential

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A Sudanese policeman in the capital Khartoum patrols past an electricity pole covered in campaign posters as preparations continue for Sudan's multiparty elections. Voting begins Sunday. Nasser Nasser/AP hide caption

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Eager To Vote, Braced For Trouble In Southern Sudan

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The cranium of a creature who lived around 2 millions years ago, and was probably between the ages of 9 and 13 when it died. Scientists say this new species, Australopithecus sediba, may be a direct human ancestor. Brett Eloff/Courtesy of Lee Berger and the University of the Witwatersrand hide caption

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Odd Fossil May Be Human Ancestor, Or Dead End

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