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The Khan Bani Saad Correctional Facility, located about 12 miles northeast of Baghdad, is seen from the air in this June 2007 photograph. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers canceled the $40 million project three years ago because it was so poorly built. Locals call the unfinished site "The Whale." AP/Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction hide caption

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Rebuilding Iraq: An Unfinished Business

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A group of chimpanzees in Mfou National Park, Cameroon. For the study, researchers analyzed the blood and tissue samples of nearly 100 chimps from Cameroon and Ivory Coast. Nathan Wolfe/Global Viral Forecasting Initiative hide caption

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Study: Deadly Malaria Strain Came From Chimps

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