Global Week in Review: Mandela Family Under Fire

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  • Jamaica to Fight Child Abduction With Billboards
  • Deadly Earthquake Strikes China
  • Pope Francis Heads to Brazil for Weeklong Celebration
  • Brazil World Cup Ticket Prices
  • Tree Loss Rate Slows in African Rainforest
  • Watchdogs Blast Australian PM for PNG Aslyum Deal
  • Nigerians Contest Senate’s Backing of Underage Marriage
  • U.N. Voices Fear Over Somalia’s Media Law
  • Obstacles Pile Up Ahead of Mali Elections
  • Japan’s Prime Minister Is Re-Elected
  • Same Sex Marriage Is Legalized in England
  • Palestinians Says No Peace Talks Without Border Agreement
  • Mandela Family Under Fire
  • Spain Train Wreck Kills at Least 78
  • China Indicts Ex-Politician Bo Xilai for Corruption
  • Tunisian Opposition Leader Assassinated
  • Renowned Zimbabwe Singer Chiwoniso Dies
  • Spain’s Jobless Rate Drops
  • Support for Female Genital Mutilation Declines
  • Kate Middleton Has a Baby Boy
  • Biden Travels to India and Singapore

Pope Francis Heads to Brazil for Weeklong Celebration

Brazil is gearing up for the Monday arrival of Pope Francis for World Youth Day, a week-long event celebrating Catholicism around the world. The 76-year-old Argentine will be the first Latin-American pope to visit his own continent. Extensive security measures have been set up in the wake of the nation’s recent high-profile protests.

 (Photo: AP Photo/Riccardo De Luca)

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