Global Week in Review: Mandela Family Under Fire

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  • 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
  • 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

Obstacles Pile Up Ahead of Mali Elections

Mali’s upcoming July 28 presidential election is threatened by scarce voter turnout and terrorist attacks. Despite the looming threats, Mali is hoping for a credible election to reunite the country as it continues to recover from the 2012 military coup.

(Photo: AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

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