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Uganda bombings bring Africa together. Except Eritrea.
Why diamonds can't be Robert Mugabe's best friend
Bastille Day features Paris parade, but no presidential garden party
World Cup: Ghana win over USA one of few bright spots for Africa
World Cup results: Ghana sends US home with 2 - 1 defeat
USA vs. Ghana: Ghana carries the hopes of a continent on its shoulders
Iran bars two UN weapons inspectors for spreading 'false information'
Counterterrorism training to curb Al Qaeda threat in Africa
Times Square scare: Fear of NYC terror fueled by suspicious incidents
Africa mining: Will mineral-rich countries start a cartel like OPEC?
Africa looks to nuclear power
Katie Spotz becomes youngest person to row across Atlantic Ocean
Why the Winter Olympics beat American Idol's ratings
African countries pledge aid to Haiti, but can they really afford it?
Haitians to Africa? Senegal resettlement plans gain steam
What's behind Christian-Muslim fighting in Nigeria?
Guinea nears civilian rule after September massacre by military
Air Al Qaeda: Are Latin America's drug cartels giving Al Qaeda a lift?
What Obama could learn from France about stopping terrorists
African music festival goes smoothly in Mali despite Al Qaeda threats
Wonderful World: movie review
Guinea massacre ‘premeditated and organized’ by military: report
Climate change: Are women the solution?
Why Iran’s Ahmadinejad is warmly welcomed in Brazil
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