A Pakistani Sufi Muslim dances outside the Data Darbar, shrine to the patron saint of Lahore, during a three-day annual religious festival in Lahore, Feb. 4. Gatherings at the shrine have been curtailed since July, when suicide bombers killed more than 40 worshippers there. Behrouz Mehri/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Pakistan, Artists Undeterred By Jihadists' Attacks

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President of the Republic of Rwanda Paul Kagame had threatened to pull his troops out of the U.N. peacekeeping operation in Darfur, Sudan, because of the report. Michael Nagle/Getty Images hide caption

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Teams To Replay Aussie Rules Football Final After Tie

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U.S. Infected Guatemalans With Syphilis During 1940s

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Irish Stunned By Enormity Of Bank Bailout

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Hundreds of students demonstrate in Brasilia in March, demanding that the Brazilian government devote more money to education spending. But as the country gears up for presidential elections Sunday, apathy prevails among youth in Brazil, where the voting age is 16. Adriano Machado/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Apathy Rules Among Brazil's Youth Voters

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Indian soldiers on Tuesday rebuild a pedestrian bridge that collapsed near the main stadium at the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi. The soldiers were called in amid fears the venues wouldn't be ready on time. Deshakalyan Chowdhury/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Workers shift ballot boxes at the Independent Election Commission warehouses on Sept. 23 in Kabul, Afghanistan. The Electoral Complaints Commission has received vast amounts of complaints alleging fraud. Paula Bronstein /Getty Images hide caption

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Fraud Alleged In Afghan Parliamentary Election

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Stuxnet Computer Worm Has Vast Repercussions

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Iraqi journalists attend a press briefing at the Independent High Electoral Commission headquarters in Baghdad's Green Zone in March. The Iraqi government recently announced new restrictions and requirements for both foreign and Iraqi journalists working in the country. Journalists say the government isn't holding up its side of the bargain, to provide access and security for the media. Ali al-Saadi/AFP hide caption

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In Iraq, Getting The Story Gets Tougher For Reporters

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Suspected Militants Attack NATO Fuel Convoy

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Ecuador's Troops Free President Held Captive

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