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  • The Week in Pictures | July 9-15, 2012

     
    The Week in Pictures from around the world....
  • Sudan and South Sudan reach deal on oil transit dispute

     
    Sudan and South Sudan reach oil deal: Uneasy neighbors, Sudan and South Sudan reached a deal on oil transit fees, Friday, a day after the expiry of a UN Security Council deadline for them to reach a deal or face sanctions, it was announced Saturday....
  • China offers Africa $20 billion in loans, promising a new approach

     
    China intensified its economic courting of Africa as Premier Hu Jintao pledged $20 billion in loans to countries on the continent over the next three years....
  • U.S. Orders Embassy Staff To Leave Tunis, Khartoum

    U.S. Orders Embassy Staff To Leave Tunis, Khartoum
    WASHINGTON/KHARTOUM (Reuters) - The United States ordered non-essential staff to leave its embassies in Tunisia and Sudan on Saturday after both diplomatic posts were attacked and Khartoum rejected a U.S. request to send a platoon of Marines to bolster...
  • Pakistan Protest Against Anti-Muslim Film Turns Deadly

    Pakistan Protest Against Anti-Muslim Film Turns Deadly
    The United States braced Saturday for more protests over an independently produced anti-Islam film that has ignited anger in the Muslim world, temporarily closing some of its diplomatic missions and warning American citizens in some countries to be...
  • Book review: 'The Black Nile' by Dan Morrison

    Book review: 'The Black Nile' by Dan Morrison
    The Black Nile One Man's Amazing Journey Through Peace and War on the World's Longest River Dan Morrison Viking: 310 pp., $26.95 Searching for a good bush hat in the covered market in Kampala, the capital city of Uganda, author Dan Morrison recounts a...
  • Book review: 'On Black Sisters Street'

    Book review: 'On Black Sisters Street'
    In Chika Unigwe's novel "On Black Sisters Street," the snow-covered streets of Antwerp, Belgium, are a beacon of freedom to the four disadvantaged African women who serve as the book's protagonists. Recruited in Lagos, Nigeria, by a fat slug of a sex...
  • Osama bin Laden, born to privilege, dies a pariah

    Osama bin Laden, born to privilege, dies a pariah
    Osama bin Laden, a scion of one of Saudi Arabia's wealthiest families, became the grim apostle of a strain of Islamic radicalism that exalted violence against non-believers, and the leader of a terrorist network that launched repeated attacks in the West,...
  • McManus: A deal with the Khartoum devil?

    How do you deal with a genocidal dictator who says he wants to reform? For more than a decade, Sudan has been the quintessential pariah state. Its armed forces carried out a campaign of genocide in Darfur, killing more than 300,000; its president, Omar...
  • Violence persists in Syria as Arab delegation arrives

     
    Arab League advance team arrives in Syria. Violence continues in Syria....
  • Protests against cuts rage nearly a week in Sudan [Video]

     
    Protests against the Sudanese government have raged for almost a week, triggered by government decisions to end fuel subsidies and impose other spending cuts....