Global Week in Review: U.S. Pledges $7 Billion to Africa for Energy

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  • Obama Addresses Spying Claims and Snowden
  • Egypt Military Gives President Morsi Ultimatum
  • New Chinese Law Forces Children to Visit Parents
  • Hong Kong Demonstrators Want Democracy
  • U.N. Peacekeepers Take Over Mali Ahead of Polls
  • Senegal Authorities Detain Ex-President of Chad
  • Brazil President Dilma Rousseff Suffers Approval Ratings Drop
  • Croatia Joins European Union
  • South African’s President Calls for Humanity Tribute on Mandela’s Birthday
  • FLOTUS and Tanzania’s First Lady Visit the Embassy Bombing Memorial
  • Ghana's Banking Technology Advances
  • Istanbul Celebrates Its 21st Pride Week
  • Nigeria Attracts FDI Investments
  • Colombia's Coca Production Decreases
  • Europe's Job Crisis Exacerbates
  • Violence Erupts in Central Nigeria
  • The First Gay Marriage Green Card Petition Has Been Granted
  • The U.S. Invests in Power for Africa
  • F.W. de Klerk Is Being Fitted for a Pacemaker

New Chinese Law Forces Children to Visit Parents

A new law requiring Chinese adult children to visit their elderly parents came into effect on Monday. The “Elderly Rights Law,” which has been met with skepticism and mockery online, demonstrates the exorbitant growing rate of China’s senior citizen population. (Photo: Andy Wong/AP Photo)

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