Fighting Intensifies In South Sudan Despite Calls For Cease-Fire
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A young, displaced girl cries after the relative she was with disappears into a row of latrines Sunday at a U.N. compound in Juba, South Sudan. Violence in the country has forced an estimated 70,000 people to take refuge in U.N. compounds. Ben Curtis/AP hide caption

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South Sudanese Look For Refuge From Fighting
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To Save The Black Rhino, Hunting Club Bids On Killing One
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Security, Logistics Problems Plague Syria's Weapons Removal
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'Terrorist' Label Is A Massive Setback For Muslim Brotherhood
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Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood at Al-Azhar university make the four-finger Rabaa gesture as they hold tear gas canisters during clashes with riot police and residents of the area at the university's campus in Cairo on Saturday. Reuters /Landov hide caption

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'Smell Of Death' Lingers In South Sudanese City
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Tens of thousands of refugees are flocking to United Nations compounds like this one in Juba, while fears fester that fighting in the capital will resume. Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Conflict-Torn Africa, Senegal Shows A Way To Religious Harmony
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South Sudanese seek refuge at the United Nations compound in the capital, Juba, on Sunday. Though Juba is mostly peaceful now, growing numbers are seeking shelter at the compound in fear the ethnic killings will resume. Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.N. Refuge Prepares For Possible Attack In South Sudan
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