The Egyptian Presidency released this image of Mohammed Morsi giving a speech to tens of thousands of people in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Friday. Morsi was sworn in as Egypt's president on Saturday. Sherif Abdel Monaem/EPA /Landov hide caption

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The Challenge For President Morsi: Unite Egypt
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"Most of the rich countries are attracted to Africa's poverty rather than its wealth. And in the process they end up subsidizing our failures, rather than rewarding our accomplishments." — Andrew Mwenda Andrew Heavens/TED hide caption

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Is Foreign Aid Harming Africa?
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"I was now a member of a generation that owed a responsibility to a future generation." — Patrick Awuah Andrew Heavens/TED hide caption

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How Can Education Improve African Leadership?
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"We talk about African governments like they've been dropped from Mars, you know? They come from us." — Ory Okolloh Andrew Heavens/TED hide caption

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Can We Build A Better Understanding Of Africa?
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Can There Be Shared Power In Egypt?
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Islamist President Faces Balancing Act In Egypt
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New Presidency Prompts Look At U.S. Aid To Egypt
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Religious Violence Shakes Up Northern Nigeria
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Despite Election, Egypt's Military Wields Real Power
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Fireworks illuminate Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, on Sunday to celebrate the victory of Mohammed Morsi in the country's presidential election. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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Tough Road Ahead For Egypt's New President, Islamists
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Packed Tahrir Square Celebrates New President
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Egyptian campaign officials of the Muslim Brotherhood's candidate, Mohammed Morsi, celebrate over a giant poster of him at his campaign headquarters in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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'Call Me Kuchu': Uganda's Secret Gay Community
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In Cairo's Tahrir Square on Tuesday night, men gathered in front of graffiti showing ousted President Hosni Mubarak and others from his regime. Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images hide caption

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