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2015/05/27 16:45
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ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia: Ethiopia's ruling party and its allies have won an overwhelming majority in parliament in weekend elections, the country's electoral board announced Wednesday. The EPRDF, in...
2015/05/27 16:45
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2015/05/24 09:38
2015/05/24 09:38
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Ethiopia votes in regional, federal elections Ethiopians were voting on Sunday at thousands of polling stations, opened for the first time in the general elections since the death of prime minister...
2015/05/24 07:29
2015/05/24 07:29
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Hailemariam Desalegn Ethiopia's Prime Minister. Ethiopia is set to go to the polls for the first general election since the death of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, whose successor Hailemariam Desalegn...
2015/05/20 19:29
2015/05/20 19:29
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Provisions on state secrecy and "denigrating" security forces undermine free speech The government sent the bill to parliament in the aftermath of the March 18 attack by gunmen that killed 23 people...
2015/05/19 13:36
2015/05/19 13:36
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The latest dramas surrounding Hillary Rodham Clinton’s presidential bid – the money paid to the Clinton Foundation and directly to her for speaking gigs, and her unwillingness to take any questions...
2015/05/17 19:16
2015/05/17 19:16
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I recently had the opportunity to travel to Atlanta and visit the Carter Presidential Center. The main purpose of the visit was to hear briefings on some of the programs the Carter Center is involved...
2015/05/15 08:38
2015/05/15 08:38
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Opposition wins in Guyana, preliminary results show The main opposition coalition prevailed in this week's general elections in Guyana, according to preliminary figures released here. The coalition...
2015/05/14 21:43
2015/05/14 21:43
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Georgia Gwinnett College graduates celebrate as the final student accepts their diploma on Thursday during the commencement ceremony. (Staff Photo: Jason Braverman) LAWRENCEVILLE — There wasn’t a...
2015/05/14 10:29
2015/05/14 10:29
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Tunis — Tunisian legislators should drop problematic provisions from a new security bill, 13 nongovernmental organizations said in a joint statement today. Provisions of the bill that are...
2015/05/13 19:18
2015/05/13 19:18
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Millions of dollars in foreign money sloshing around a presidential candidate, even in the name of helping the world’s poor, is bound to spill over into controversy. Doubly so when...
2015/05/13 15:15
2015/05/13 15:15
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Andrea Irwin, center, mother of Tony Robinson, and her boyfriend, Jeff Jackson, center right, participate in a protest march on Williamson Street, Tuesday, May 12, 2015, in Madison, Wis. Dane County...
2015/05/12 23:12
2015/05/12 23:12
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ATLANTA (AP) - Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said Tuesday that he's feeling fine after doctors advised him to cut short a weekend election observation visit to Guyana because of a bad...
2015/05/12 22:11
2015/05/12 22:11
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ATLANTA (AP) - Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter says he's feeling fine after cutting short an election observation visit in Guyana at the advice of his doctors. Carter gave a nearly 20-minute...
2015/05/12 21:37
2015/05/12 21:37
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Posted: Monday, May 11, 2015 – 10:10 AM (AFP) Former US president Jimmy Carter participated Monday in an event at his Carter Center in Atlanta, a day after returning from Guyana because of...
2015/05/12 13:19
2015/05/12 13:19
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President Obama and Michelle Obama head to Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in September 2013. (Mandel Ngan/Agence France-Presse via Getty Images) Ahhhh, the post-presidency! Our...
2015/05/12 07:21
2015/05/12 07:21
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Ex-President Jimmy Carter, 90, says a 'bad cold' shortened Guyana trip The 90-year-old ex-president told attendees of a summit at the Carter Center in Atlanta that he had a 'bad cold' Monday was his...
2015/05/12 01:19
2015/05/12 01:19
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President Jimmy Carter, center, Egypt’s Anwar Sadat, left, and Israel’s Menachem Begin after the formal signing of the pact between the two Middle East countries that came out of Camp David on March...
2015/05/11 12:11
2015/05/11 12:11
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Volvo chooses South Carolina for new $500 million auto plantVolvo chooses South Carolina for new $500 million auto plant Volvo Cars will build a $500 million plant in South Carolina that will...
2015/05/10 17:41
2015/05/10 17:41
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Former President Jimmy Carter has cut his trip to Guyana short amid health concerns. CBS46's Scott Light has been traveling with President Carter during his trip for the 100th election The Carter...
2015/05/10 05:15
2015/05/10 05:15
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Houston Astros' Colby Rasmus, left, gets a cup a water in the face from Jonathan Villar after hitting a two-run home run during the third inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels,...
2015/05/27 16:45
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