Global Week in Review: U.N. Reports Rise in Afghan Civilian Deaths

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  • Explosions in Nigerian Christian City Kills 24
  • Twitter Rape Threats in U.K. Lead to Arrest, Online Petition
  • Pro-Morsi Groups Plan March Following Massacre
  • Pope Says He Won’t “Judge” Gay People
  • Deadly Wave of Iraq Car Bombs Kills Dozens
  • Italy Coach Crash Leaves at Least 38 Dead
  • Spanish Train Driver Charged With Homicide
  • Cambodian Opposition Party Cries Election Fraud
  • China Orders a National Audit
  • Apple Looks Into Worker Rights’ Violations
  • Nigerian Vigilantes Clash with Boko Haram
  • Protests in Burkina Faso Decry the New Senate
  • South Africa Fights to Protect a Native Tea Name
  • Britain Confirms Cash Bond Scheme
  • Zambia Goes Back on Press Freedoms
  • U.N. Reports Rise in Afghan Civilian Deaths
  • Zimbabwe Presidential Candidate Cries Election Fraud
  • Egypt’s Ousted President Morsi “Sends His Best,” Says EU Official
  • Russia’s Anti-Gay Laws May Not Be Suspended for 2014 Olympics
  • Israel and Palestine to Restart Peace Talks

Pro-Morsi Groups Plan March Following Massacre

Supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi have called for a “million-person march” against the country’s security forces to demand Morsi’s reinstatement. At least 70 were killed as pro-Morsi protesters marched on military buildings over the weekend. The E.U.’s foreign policy chief is scheduled to hold crisis talks in Cairo on Monday.

(Photo: Hiro Komae/AP Photo)

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