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  • Britain takes knighthood away from disgraced banker

     
    A disgraced banker who became the symbol of everything wrong in British high finance was stripped Tuesday of his knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II, an unusually severe move in tune with a public still steaming over the government’s bailout of big...
  • Zimbabwe activists fined for watching Arab Spring video

     
    Munyaradzi Gwisai was sentenced to pay $500 and serve 420 hours of community service when a Zimbabwe court handed down its decision Wednesday. So were five other Zimbabwean activists. What landed them in court? Watching a video of the Arab Spring...
  • Zimbabwe officials brush off rumors of Mugabe illness

     
    Zimbabwe officials brushed off reports that President Robert Mugabe was gravely ill on Tuesday, as a lengthy trip to Singapore stirred up rumors that he was fighting off death abroad....
  • The Week in Pictures | August 13-19, 2012

     
    The Week in Pictures from around the world....
  • Pictures in the News | August 13, 2012

     
    Pictures in the News from around the world....
  • Jacob Zuma: South Africa's enigma

    Jacob Zuma: South Africa's enigma
    Jacob Zuma, the man destined to become South Africa's president after his African National Congress party swept national elections this week, is a polygamist, a former communist revolutionary with little formal education, an alleged taker of lavish bribes...
  • Tough Zimbabwe farm family survives another blow

    Tough Zimbabwe farm family survives another blow
    Mike Campbell sat and watched the flames. The 76-year-old Zimbabwean farmer desperately wanted to help. But you can't fight a fire with a walking stick. So the fierce, proud man who had spent so many years fighting for his land was forced to stand by...
  • Times' Paul Pringle wins George Polk Award for SEIU stories

    Times' Paul Pringle wins George Polk Award for SEIU stories
    Los Angeles Times staff writer Paul Pringle has won a George Polk Award for investigative stories that "revealed potential corruption" in California's largest union local, it was announced today. In August, Pringle reported that a Los Angeles local of...
  • 'The Man From Beijing' by Henning Mankell

    'The Man From Beijing' by Henning Mankell
    In the frozen woods of the Swedish hinterlands, a lone wolf gnaws on the frozen corpse of an elderly man. The nearby village is covered in snow and deathly quiet. Inside the small homes lie the slaughtered bodies of 18 more victims, all but one of the...
  • Mike Campbell dies at 78; white Zimbabwean challenged seizure of lands

    Mike Campbell dies at 78; white Zimbabwean challenged seizure of lands
    Mike Campbell, the white Zimbabwean farmer who won a landmark case in southern Africa's highest court challenging the seizure of his farm by President Robert Mugabe's government, died Wednesday. He was 78. Campbell, whose family said he died of...
  • Madonna: McCain in hall of infamy?

     
    by Mark Silva DENVER -- On another front, in Wales that is, Madonna seems to have stirred up some controversy with the visuals at her tour-opening concert: Video of destruction and global warming greeted concert-goers on the big screen, capped......