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At Africa Summit, South Sudanese President Resents Pressure From U.S.
The world's newest country has been roiled by ethnic and political clashes, as well as famine. The U.S. and other African heads of state are pressing the country's president to make peace with rebels.
Liberia And Sierra Leone Seal Off Ebola Epicenters With Troops
As the deadly Ebola virus outbreak continues to spread, affected nations are imposing drastic new measures to try to contain the infection.
Amid Ebola's Spread, One Rule Reigns: 'Don't Touch'
Numbers from the World Health Organization put Sierra Leone at the top of the list for cases of Ebola. Yusuf Mackery explains what's being done to prevent infection and raise public awareness.
Helen Mirren: 'Like Night Follows Day,' Roles For Women Will Reflect Real Life
Mirren stars as a French restaurant owner in The Hundred-Foot Journey, a film about food, family and the clash of cultures. She says during her first 20 years in film, sets were "very locker roomy."
'Boondocks' Creator Asks, 'What Would Black Jesus Do?'
Aaron McGruder's Black Jesus premieres Thursday night on Adult Swim, and it features a Christ who drops f-bombs and drinks 40s. So is it sacrilege or subversive? Some biblical scholars weigh in.
Militants Sweep Through Iraq's North, Mobilizing Exodus Of Refugees
After a week of fighting and conflicting accounts, militants with the Islamic State have reportedly captured Iraq's largest dam. The development spells danger for much of Iraq's civilian population.
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