A Sudanese refugee woman carries food supplies March 21 at Abu Shouk, the largest camp in North Darfur for internally displaced people, outside El Fasher, the capital of Darfur, in Sudan. Nasser Nasser/AP hide caption

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In Darfur, Absence Of Fighting Doesn't Equal Peace
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Deadly West African Floods Hit Poor Hardest
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Dead Al-Qaida Suspect Tied To Somali Youths In U.S.
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In Kenya, Tea Auction Steeped In Tradition, Gentility
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A Seething Below Rwanda's Surface
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In Cape Town Theaters, 'District 9' Hits Home
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Courtesty of Jay Scruggs
CDC Tuberculosis Rule Slows International Adoption
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Clinton Pays Emotional Visit To The Congo
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Africa Reacts To Clinton's Visit
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is welcomed by Nigerian President Umaru Yar'Adua at the state house in Abuja, Nigeria Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2009. AP hide caption

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Clinton Heads To A Congo Torn By Violence
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