Questions Persist About Deadly U.S. Consulate Attack

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Tunisian artist Nadia Jelassi with two of the sculptures from her exhibit that were attacked by a hard-line Muslim group. Secular Tunisians and Islamists have clashed over multiple issues related to freedom of expression. Eleanor Beardsley /NPR hide caption

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Tunisians Battle Over The Meaning Of Free Expression

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Questions Still Linger After U.S. Consulate Attack

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Clinton: Al-Qaida May Be Linked To Libya Attack

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Weighing Candidates' Foreign Policies

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Liberia To Investigate Logging Of Rainforests

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Clinton Kicks Off A Busy Week Of Diplomacy

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Fighting Global Poverty With Business Strategies

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On Friday and again on Saturday in Benghazi: Protesters took to the streets in opposition to the extremist militias that have operated in the city since the toppling of Moammar Gadhafi. Tariq Al-Hun /UPI /Landov hide caption

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Soldiers from the Libyan National Army get ready to enter the compound of Rafallah al-Sahati in Benghazi on Saturday. Libya's president announced that all government-aligned militias will now report to the army chief of staff, and that all other armed groups must disband. Mohammad Hannon/AP hide caption

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Libyan Government To Disband Rogue Groups

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The Durban Children's hospital opened in 1931, as a facility for all races, but tensions during the apartheid era forced it to close in the 1980s. Courtesy of KwaZulu-Natal Children's Hospital hide caption

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South African Children's Hospital Closed Under Apartheid To Reopen

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Labor Unrest In S. African Mines Spreads

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