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The Impact of War

In Libya, Air Strikes Continue

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In Libya, Air Strikes Continue

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An Ivorian soldier brandishes his gun Monday in front of thousands of young supporters of disputed President Laurent Gbagbo who gathered in Abidjan to enlist in the army. Sia Kambou/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Africa

Ivory Coast's 'Young Patriots' Volunteer To Fight

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Ivory Coast's 'Young Patriots' Volunteer To Fight

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Anti-government protesters demonstrate in front of the Saudi Embassy in Manama, Bahrain, on March 15. Frenzied clashes swept Bahrain a day after a Saudi-led military force entered the country to help defend the Sunni monarchy from a Shiite-led protest movement. Hasan Jamali/AP hide caption

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World

Bahraini Protesters Angry With United States

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Bahraini Protesters Angry With United States

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Middle East

Unrest Erupts In Syria

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Unrest Erupts In Syria

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The Americas

Colombia's President Targets Stolen Land

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Colombia's President Targets Stolen Land

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Pop Culture

Japan Disaster Strikes Home Among Anime Fans

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Japan Disaster Strikes Home Among Anime Fans

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Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s managing director, Akio Komori (left), cries as he leaves a press conference in Fukushima on Friday. The company has apologized for its handling of the nuclear crisis, but calls are growing for more monitoring and accountability of TEPCO and other large companies. AP hide caption

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Rebuilding Japan

Company's Handling Of Nuclear Crisis Sparks Anger

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Company's Handling Of Nuclear Crisis Sparks Anger

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Congregants at the West Los Angeles United Methodist Church gathered $8,000 on their first day of fundraising for the earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan. Courtesy of the West Los Angeles United Methodist Church hide caption

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Courtesy of the West Los Angeles United Methodist Church

Rebuilding Japan

From L.A., Japanese Church Sends Aid And Prayers

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From L.A., Japanese Church Sends Aid And Prayers

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The Alaskan Way Viaduct, the raised two-level highway that runs along Seattle's downtown waterfront, is seen from the air in 2006. Seattle is now replacing it to improve mobility for people and goods. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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Economy

The End Of The Road: Saying Goodbye To Freeways

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The End Of The Road: Saying Goodbye To Freeways

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Karate Kid star Ralph Macchio (right) dances with his partner, Karina Smirnoff, in rehearsals for the new season of ABC's Dancing With The Stars, which returns Monday night. Rick Rowell/ABC hide caption

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Pop Culture Happy Hour

Can 'Dancing With The Stars' Survive Without Any Stars?

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Can 'Dancing With The Stars' Survive Without Any Stars?

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