Opposition Claims Zimbabwe Elections Were Manipulated

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Ali Maow Maalin said he avoided getting the smallpox vaccine as a young man because he was afraid of needles. He didn't want others to make the same mistake with polio. Courtesy of the World Health Organization hide caption

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Zimbabwean Author On Mugabe's Quest To Hold On To Power

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Zimbabweans To Cast Ballots In Presidential Race

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Does Egypt's Crisis Signal The End Of Political Islam?

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A newspaper headline calls for the defeat of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on the eve of elections in Zimbabwe on Tuesday in Harare. AP hide caption

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Zimbabweans Hope For Fair And Peaceful Presidential Election

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After 3 Decades Of Mugabe, Could Zimbabwe Get A New Leader?

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Mali Holds First Vote Following Unrest

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Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe (left) greets South African President Nelson Mandela in Harare, Zimbabwe, in 1998. The two men have shaped their countries in dramatically different ways. Rob Cooper/AP hide caption

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An Egyptian man mourns the death of a relative, shot dead after violence erupted Friday night, inside the Muslim Brotherhood field hospital in Cairo. Florian Plaucheur/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Crackdown In Egypt Shows Shift In Military's Approach

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Morsi Supporters Fear Nearing Crackdown On Islamist Groups

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Muslim Brotherhood supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi attend a protest near Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque in Cairo on Friday. Mohammed Saber/EPA/Landov hide caption

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