FIFA Hits Snags In Fulfilling World Cup Vow In Africa

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U.N. Pushes For Humanitarian Aid To Somalia

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Rwandan President Accused Of Crushing Dissent

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One Sudan Marriage Ritual: An Alluring Dance

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Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir greets his supporters during a rally in Khartoum on May 1. Abd Raouf/AP hide caption

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Visit By Sudan's Bashir Puts Heat On Chad

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Oil Spills Occur Almost Weekly In Nigeria

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Are Zimbabwe's Gems 'Blood Diamonds?'

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Naomi Campbell To Testify On Blood Diamonds

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Somali Group Says It Carried Out Uganda Attacks

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Somali Group Claims Credit For Uganda Bombing

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Spain Emerges As World Cup Victor

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World Cup Viewing Disrupted By Bomb Attacks

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A doctor treats a victim at Mulago hospital in Kampala late Sunday after twin bomb blasts tore through crowds of soccer fans watching the World Cup final. The country's police chief said the blasts at an Ethiopian-owned restaurant and a rugby club in Kampala were a terrorist attack by the Somali militant group al-Shabab. Trevor Snapp/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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