Global Week in Review: The Obamas Head to Africa

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  • Homophobia on the Rise in Africa
  • U.K. Police Investigate Stephen Lawrence Smear Claims
  • Thousands Remain Stranded by Indian Flooding
  • Hazardous Haze Continues to Cover Malaysia
  • Qatari Ruler to Hand Over Power to Son
  • Berlusconi Sentenced to Jail for Underage Sex Case
  • Brazilians Continue Widespread Protests
  • Ghana Aims for Space with Home-Grown Satellites
  • Zambia to Invest Billions to Double Power Supply
  • Kenyan Teachers Plan to Strike
  • New Party Slated for Upcoming South Africa Elections
  • Chinese Scientists Develop Hospitals for Africa
  • South Africa Land Reform Progresses
  • Barclays Closes Business Relationship with Somalia
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  • Obamas Embark on First Africa Tour
  • Snowden Still in Russia

Thousands Remain Stranded by Indian Flooding

Flashfloods and landslides brought on by India’s annual monsoon rains have stranded at least 7,000 people in Uttarakhand state. Area officials informed BBC that the death toll is likely over 1,000. Continuing bad weather has hampered the rescue operations, which have been underway since last week.

(Photo: AP Photo/Manish Swarup)

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