July 31, 2009 Former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield is expected to meet Ethiopian boxer Sammy Retta next month in Addis Ababa. Though not quite as dramatic, the match in Africa recalls the Muhammad Ali-George Foreman fight more than 30 years ago. So far, though, the boxers are late to the ring.
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Veterinarian Tony Mudakikwa directs Amandine Eriksen and Shannon McFarlin as they excavate the skeleton of a gorilla.
July 30, 2009 We started the morning with two infant burial sites. Life can be rough for little gorillas. For one thing, infanticide is common, just as it is among many primate species.
July 29, 2009 The recent vote by the Senate Judiciary Committee in favor of Judge Sonia Sotomayor's nomination to the Supreme Court marks a turning point in Latino politics and will likely result in the first Latina appointed to the high court. Veronica Varga Stidvent and James Aldrete discuss what affect Sotomayor's nomination — and confirmation process — could have on Latino voters as they push for political power.
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Charles Kibe, right, a volunteer who works with HIV/AIDS-infected people in the Korogocho slum in Nairobi, Kenya, attends a patient at a health clinic in December 2007.
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July 26, 2009 The results of a five-year clinical trial underline problems with forcing rural Africans to travel to cities for routine lab tests. The findings could lead to new protocols that free up money currently used for testing to provide treatment for more African HIV/AIDS patients.
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