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

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  • 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
  • Obama Addresses Spying Claims and Snowden
  • Egypt Military Gives President Morsi Ultimatum

U.N. Peacekeepers Take Over Mali Ahead of Polls

About 6,000 West African soldiers joined a United Nations peacekeeping force on Monday to hamper Islamist militant attacks and provide stability ahead of a presidential election later this month. The troops will amount to 12,640 uniformed personnel by December, according to BBC. (Photo: Harouna Traore/AP Photo)

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