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  • George Clooney in cuffs: Our must-reads about Sudanese conflict

     
    George Clooney was in handcuffs in Washington today after protesting outside the Sudanese Embassy. The actor has condemned attacks on civilians in the Nuba Mountains near the border with South Sudan, calling for the U.S. to open a humanitarian corridor to...
  • Mali soldiers claim to have overthrown the government

     
    Renegade soldiers seize power in Mali: A group of soldiers in Mali claimed Thursday to have ousted the government over complaints the government didn't provide enough weapons and ammunition to crush a Tuareg rebellion in the country's north....
  • Must Reads: Afghanistan killings, tribal violence and a brain drain

     
    From the brain drain in Spain to tribal violence in South Sudan, here are the five stories you shouldn't miss from this week in global news:...
  • Does star power do any good? A Q & A on 'celebrity diplomacy'

     
    Celebrities are often criticized for co-opting struggles from across the world and making themselves the stars instead, selling simplified stories with familiar heroes to draw Westerners to causes they might otherwise overlook. The Times talked to...
  • Sudan and South Sudan teeter on the edge of war

     
    Sudan and South Sudan teetered dangerously on the edge of war Thursday after South Sudan refused to withdraw its forces from a conquered oil field, despite calls to do so by the U.N. and African Union. Sudan, furious about South Sudan's seizure of the oil...
  • Parliament aims to stop Mubarak-era official's run for president

     
    The Egyptian parliament Thursday passed a law barring top officials from deposed President Hosni Mubarak’s regime from running for president, a move certain to draw legislators into a fierce political battle with the country’s military leaders...
  • Sudan continues bombing of South Sudan, rules out peace talks

     
    Sudanese aircraft bombed a South Sudanese town, killing at least one person, as Sudanese President Omar Hassan Ahmed Bashir ruled out a resumption of peace talks....
  • Military unrest mars hopes for Guinea-Bissau election

     
    In Guinea-Bissau, soldiers reportedly sealed off the parts of the capital on Thursday and ringed the home of the prime minister, lobbing grenades. The unrest comes weeks before an election once seen as a chance for one of the most troubled states in...
  • Kony video sequel tries to tackle some of the criticisms

     
    The makers of an explosively popular video that spotlighted the brutality of a Ugandan guerrilla leader have released a second video that redoubles their calls to stop Joseph Kony and grapples with some of the criticisms aimed at their controversial...
  • U.N. poised to send cease-fire monitors to Syria, diplomats say

     
    The United Nations Security Council could approve as soon as Friday the deployment of about 30 unarmed observers to Syria to monitor the shaky cease-fire that was supposed to have silenced the guns of both the Syrian government and rebels seeking to...
  • Ugandans outraged after officer gropes opposition leader

     
    Outrage erupted in Uganda after a female opposition leader was aggressively groped by a police officer as she was pulled out of a car and arrested outside Kampala en route to a banned protest....