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Opening of Exhibit on trans atlantic slave trade
African slave trade   Holocaust   Photos   Wikipedia : Holocaust   Wikipedia: Atlantic slave trade   World  
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Can you compare African slave trade to the Holocaust?
NEW YORK – “The man refused to eat. He had been sick, reduced to a ‘mere skeleton.’ He had apparently made a decision to die. Captain Timothy Tucker was outraged, and probably fear... (photo: UN / UN)
File - Palestinian workers in the tunnel along the border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt, in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip.
Human Rights   Israeli Palestinian Conflict   Mideast Peace   Photos   Wikipedia: Blockade of the Gaza Strip  
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Beetles Allowed to Tunnel, but not Humans
Article by WN.com Correspondent Dallas Darling | When Egypt's military announced it had destroyed almost 1,500 life-saving tunnels under its border with the Gaza Strip, it was another indication of ho... (photo: WN / Ahmed Deeb)
 A woman gets in a taxi in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia, Monday, Sept. 17, 2007. For the first time ever, a group of women in the only country that bans female drivers have formed a committee to lobby for the right to get in the driver´s seat. They plan to  Deccan Chronicle 
Saudi woman defies driving ban, husband fined: report
Riyadh: A Saudi woman defied the kingdom's ban on female driving, getting behind the wheel of her husband's car before police detained the couple and fined the man, a newspaper said on Sunday. |  ... (photo: AP Photo )
Driving ban in Saudi Arabia   Photos   Saudi Arabia   Wikipedia: Women's rights in Saudi Arabia   Women   Women's rights in Saudi Arabia  
In this photo taken Thursday, Sept. 18, 2008, Yemeni army soldiers patrol the street in front of the US Embassy after the attack by militants with suspected links to al-Qaida against the Embassy in the capital San'a, Yemen. Yemen is the Arab world's poorest nation _ and one of its most unstable _ making it fertile territory for al-Qaida to set up camp  Newstrack India 
US drone strike kills militants in Yemen
Tweet | Sanaa, April 20 (IANS) Five Al Qaeda militants were killed Sunday when a US drone carried out an attack against a terrorist training centre in Yemen, an official said. | "The US drone targeted... (photo: AP / Nasser Nasser)
Al Qaeda in Yemen   Drone attacks in Yemen   Photos   Terrorism in Yemen   Wikipedia: Terrorism in Yemen  
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French President Francois Hollande, third from left, speaks upon arrivals of released French hostages, from left, Didier Francois, Edouard Elias, Nicolas Henin and Pierre Torres, at the Villacoublay military airbase, outside Paris, Sunday, April 20, 2014. The four French journalists kidnapped and held for 10 months in Syria returned home on Sunday to joyful families awaiting them. The four were freed by their captives a day earlier at the Turkish border. At right is French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius. Khaleej Times
French journalists arrive home after Syria hostage ordeal
Hollande said on Saturday the four men were 'in good health despite the very challenging conditions of their captivity'. | Four French journalists held hostage in Syria f... (photo: AP / Jacques Brinon)
France   Peace   Photos   Syria   Wikipedia: Syrian Civil War  
Serbian pilgrims carry crosses during Good Friday in Jerusalem Friday, April 18, 2014, as Christians commemorated the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Observer
Christian pilgrims in Jerusalem find their path to the Via Dolorosa is an ever harder road
Pilgrims wait with crosses near the third Station of the Cross on the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem's Old City on Good Friday 2014. Photograph: Peter Beaumont for the Observe... (photo: AP / Dusan Vranic)
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File - Palestinian workers in the tunnel along the border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt, in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip. WorldNews.com
Beetles Allowed to Tunnel, but not Humans
Article by WN.com Correspondent Dallas Darling | When Egypt's military announced it had destroyed almost 1,500 life-saving tunnels under its border with the Gaza Strip, i... (photo: WN / Ahmed Deeb)
Human Rights   Israeli Palestinian Conflict   Mideast Peace   Photos   Wikipedia: Blockade of the Gaza Strip  
Brooklyn Bridge, Across the East River from Brooklyn to Manhattan New York Reuters
Iran slams U.S. justice verdict on Manhattan skyscraper
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran on Saturday criticized a U.S. government move to seize a Manhattan skyscraper owned largely by a foundation that promotes its language and Islamic ... (photo: Creative Commons / Taniafa)
650 Fifth Avenue Company   Manhattan   Photos   US sanctions against Iran   Wikipedia: U.S. sanctions against Iran  
File - Officers from the UNMISS Japanese contingent providing water to civilians that seek refuge in UN House, the UNMISS compound on the Southwestern outskirts of Juba, South Sudan. Al Jazeera
Attack on S Sudan UN base may be 'war crime'
The United Nations Security Council has said an attack on a UN base in South Sudan which killed at least 58 people and injured 100 others may "constitute a... (photo: UN)
Photos   S Sudan   UN   War Crime   Wikipedia: Ethnic violence in South Sudan (2011present)  
File - President Barack Obama and members of the American delegation, including National Security Advisor General Jim Jones, Under Secretary for Political Affairs Bill Burns, and NSC Senior Director for Russian Affairs Mike McFaul, meet with Prime Minister Vladimir Putin at his dacha outside Moscow, Russia, July 7, 2009. The Times Of India
How the US made its Vladimir Putin problem worse
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK: In September 2001, as the US reeled from the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, Vladimir Putin supported Washington's immi... (photo: White House / Pete Souza)
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Pro-government demonstrators, one holding a portrait of Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, in Algiers, Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011. Algerian police thwarted a rally by thousands of pro-democracy supporters Saturday, breaking up the crowd into isolated groups in a bid to keep them from marching. Police brandishing clubs, but no firearms, weaved their way through the crowd in central Algiers, banging their shields, tackling some protesters and keeping traffic flowing through the planned march route. Khaleej Times
Opposition cries foul as Bouteflika wins fourth term as president
Preliminary official results showed Bouteflika had won with 81.53 per cent of the vote, Interior Minister Tayeb Belaiz told a news conference. | Algerian President Abdela... (photo: AP / Sidali Djarboub)
2014 Algeria election   Abdelaziz Bouteflika   Algeria   Ali Benflis   Photos   Wikipedia: Algerian presidential election, 2014  
President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, centre, in a wheelchair, waves as he leaves after voting in the presidential elections in Algiers, Thursday, April 17, 2014. Algerians are trickling into the polls to elect a new president of this oil-rich North African nation in an election expected to be won by the ailing incumbent. President Bouteflika has ruled this nation for the past 15 years and, despite suffering from a stroke, is running for a fourth term on a platform of stability. His young nephew, no name given, walks behind him. The Los Angeles Times
Algeria's ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika wins reelection
Algeria’s ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika secured a fourth five-year tenure Friday after amassing nearly 82% of votes, according to initial results announced ... (photo: AP / Sidali Djarboub)
Abdelaziz Bouteflika   Algeria   Election   Photos   Wikipedia: Abdelaziz Bouteflika  
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika is seen at the presidential palace in Algiers, Tuesday, July 16, 2013. San Francisco Chronicle
After Algerian landslide, what next?
ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — Algeria's frail president won a fourth term in a landslide victory, but it only masks a bigger question for this oil-rich North African nation ... (photo: AP)
2014 Algeria election   Abdelaziz Bouteflika   Algeria   Photos   Wikipedia: Algerian presidential election, 2014  
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Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, returns to his Capitol Hill office after the Senate once again rejected the House version of the government funding bill, Monday night, Sept. 30, 2013, in Washington. A week ago, Cruz stayed on the Senate floor overnight, crusading against Obamacare. The Republican-controlled House and the Democrat-controlled Senate are at an impasse as Congress continues to struggle over how to prevent a possible shutdown of the federal government when it runs out of money.
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Pro-government demonstrators, one holding a portrait of Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, in Algiers, Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011. Algerian police thwarted a rally by thousands of pro-democracy supporters Saturday, breaking up the crowd into isolated groups in a bid to keep them from marching. Police brandishing clubs, but no firearms, weaved their way through the crowd in central Algiers, banging their shields, tackling some protesters and keeping traffic flowing through the planned march route.
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French President Francois Hollande, third from left, speaks upon arrivals of released French hostages, from left, Didier Francois, Edouard Elias, Nicolas Henin and Pierre Torres, at the Villacoublay military airbase, outside Paris, Sunday, April 20, 2014. The four French journalists kidnapped and held for 10 months in Syria returned home on Sunday to joyful families awaiting them. The four were freed by their captives a day earlier at the Turkish border. At right is French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius.
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 A woman gets in a taxi in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia, Monday, Sept. 17, 2007. For the first time ever, a group of women in the only country that bans female drivers have formed a committee to lobby for the right to get in the driver´s seat. They plan to
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An image of former South African president Nelson Mandela is projected on a screen at the FNB Stadium in Soweto, near Johannesburg, South Africa, ahead of his memorial service Tuesday Dec. 10, 2013.
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