Global Week in Review: The Obamas Head to Africa

of 172Photo
  • Obamas Embark on First Africa Tour
  • Snowden Still in Russia
  • 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
  • 041113 video african americans walking business woman travel job

Snowden Still in Russia

Intelligence leaker Edward Snowden was discovered in the transit zone at a Moscow airport, Russian President Vladimir Putin confirmed on Tuesday. The whereabouts of the former CIA employee turned fugitive whistleblower have been unknown for more than two days.
 

(Photo: AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

More Photo Galleries

Videos You May Like