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Eritrean refugee's journey to Tucson was a long, tragic one

Eritrean refugee's journey to Tucson was a long, tragic one

When Negisti Kurban cares for young children, language doesn't matter.

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SPORTS SHORTS

SPORTS SHORTS

SOFTBALL

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SPORTS SHORTS

SPORTS SHORTS

 

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54 US-bound migrants held in Costa Rica

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica — Costa Rican authorities detained 54 U.S.-bound migrants from Africa and Nepal after their boat arrived on the Central American country's coast, officials said Sunday.

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MEXICO

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Clinton vows new US support for Somalia

Clinton vows new US support for Somalia

NAIROBI, Kenya — U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton pledged Thursday to expand U.S. support for Somalia's weak interim government and threatened sanctions against neighboring Eritrea for aiding an extremist group she said is trying to launch worldwide terrorist attacks from Somalia.

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EarthWeek: A diary of the planet

Elephant starvation

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Defying warrant, Sudan's president visits Libya

TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — Sudan's president visited his third country in four days Thursday, this time touching down in Libya, the latest nation to welcome the leader who's wanted by an international court on war crimes charges.

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Djibouti warns UN over Eritrea's occupation

UNITED NATIONS — Djibouti, a key U.S. ally in the Horn of Africa, warned the U.N. Thursday that Eritrea's occupation of Djibouti territory on their border overlooking critical Red Sea shipping lanes could lead to war if the dispute isn't quickly resolved.

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Poetry is multilingual

Poetry is multilingual

When Hawo Mohamed talks about her birth country, Somalia, her quiet voice becomes more animated, and her smile is bright and a touch wistful.

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Poetry is multilingual

Poetry is multilingual

 

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Around the world

Around the world

china

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Around the world

Around the world

 

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Exiled leader warns against U.N. action

Somalia's new hard-line opposition leader promised Friday to pacify his shattered country through Islamic law, warning U.N. peacekeepers they will face attack if they deploy and support the government.

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U.N. council condemns Eritrean attack

UNITED NATIONS — The U.N. Security Council joined the United States Thursday in condemning Eritrean military action this week that left nine Djiboutians dead.

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Tortilla 'UFOs' fly at McKale in UA's 138th commencement

Tortilla 'UFOs' fly at McKale in UA's 138th commencement

After touching down at the University of Arizona on Saturday, retired astronaut Frank Borman remarked that it was the first time in decades that he'd seen UFOs.

May 18, 2008 12:00 am Photos

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