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Libyan Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa speaks during a press conference in Tripoli on March 19. Koussa arrived in Britain on March 30, and told the British government that he was resigning from his post.
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Betsy Dahl stands on the 180 acres of land that she farms for Helen Gunderson, which she is converting to organic. Dahl is one of a growing number of young women getting into farming.
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Catherine Coleman Murphy, of Lansdale, Pa., and Jack Wintermyer, of Silver Spring, Md., protest outside Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Philadelphia the day after the Philadelphia archdiocese suspended 21 priests who were named by a grand jury as child molestation suspects.
In 2006, Houston was among many cities participating in the nationwide National Day of Action for Immigration Justice rallies. When George W. Bush was governor, he adopted a Hispanic-friendly strategy that helped propel him to the White House. Now, some Texas Republicans are taking a harder stance. "I believe the Republican Party is throwing away their future," says one state Republican.
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On March 27, members of the environmental group Greenpeace monitor contamination levels at Iitate village near the Fukushima nuclear complex, just outside the 12-mile mandatory evacuation zone. The area is not under any order to evacuate, yet nearly half of Iitate's 6,000 residents have fled town.
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Cooling towers from the Limerick Generating Station, a nuclear power plant in Pottstown, Pa., sit near a neighborhood. Environmentalists agree that in light of Japan's nuclear crisis, the U.S. should examine existing nuclear plants for safety risks.
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