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UN declares famine in Somalia: How to help
West Africa Rising: Sierra Leone looks to 'smallholders' to solve agricultural woes
G8 summit in France 2011
G20 ministers pledge cooperation in crisis
Ivory Coast fighting sparks fresh influx of refugees in Liberia
Pakistan allots land to women in an effort to end a cycle of debt
West Africa Rising: Can oil and transparency mix?
Haiti's housing bubble, more pressing to some than election or Aristide
Women's rights in Afghanistan lose steam
Congress brings down top auditor of Afghan corruption. Wrong target?
Haiti earthquake anniversary highlights faltering aid effort
Haiti earthquake anniversary: the state of global disaster relief
Hillary Clinton's vision for foreign policy on a tight budget
Gaza blockade over? Not according to the UN.
Cancun climate talks
Haiti protests escalate over source of cholera
Ethiopia shows the damage that aid can do
Haiti spared the worst of Tomas
Quake-ravaged Haiti braces for tropical storm Tomas
Chile mine rescue may spur more rescue efforts worldwide
Chile mine rescue shows how far mine safety has come
China's climate change talks: What's changed since Copenhagen?
UN Millennium Development Goals: Are they being reached?
Eight months after Haiti earthquake, a nation hangs on
Pakistan floods: signs of international aid picking up
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Immigration reform: After step forward in Senate, a leap back in House?
Terrorist watch lists: Are they working as they should?
Mais non! French in uproar over English in the classroom.
How residents of tornado-struck Moore, Okla., have learned to survive (+video)
US acknowledges killing four American citizens in drone strikes
Obamas hosting Carole King: What's the special occasion?
Iraqi government still using bomb detectors it knows are faulty
Facing the devastation of the Oklahoma tornadoes
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Is Washington too 'broken' to handle big problems such as immigration reform?
South Korea: The little dynamo that sneaked up on the world
North Korea's hidden labor camps exposed
Oklahoma tornado was a monster, but it wasn't a record-breaker
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North Korea sends special envoy to mend relations with China
Senate panel passes immigration reform bill: how Republicans helped shape it (+video)
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