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Egyptians look at a banner that says "Martyrs of the January 25th Revolution." The banner bears pictures of demonstrators who were killed during anti-government protests. Nasser Nasser/AP hide caption

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Families Of Egyptians Slain In Protests Seek Justice

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A boy holds a placard with pictures of Afghans killed in recent airstrikes during an anti-U.S. protest in Kabul on Sunday. Amid widespread public anger about civilian deaths, a study found that most of the deaths in 2010 were caused by insurgents. Dar Yasin/AP hide caption

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U.S.-Led Forces Cause Fewer Afghan Civilian Deaths

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Before The Fall: CD players manufactured by Sony and by Nakamichi in 1985. Ted Thai/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Image hide caption

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The Legacy Of The CD: Innovation That Ate Itself

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Big agribusiness has launched a media campaign designed to revive its tarnished image by promoting the American farmer. Bryan Mitchell/AP hide caption

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Agriculture Industry Seeks To Restore Its Image

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