Global Week in Review: China and Nigeria Make a Billion-Dollar Deal

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  • Mali Hopes for Stable Election
  • Botched Circumcisions Suspects Arrested
  • Life in Jail for Alleged Boko Haram Bombers
  • Nigerian Tope Folarin Wins Prestigious Caine Writing Prize
  • Iraq Energy Giant Acquitted in Corruption Case
  • China and Africa’s Billion-Dollar Deal
  • Attention: I’m Black!
  • Olympic Champion to Run for Ethiopian Parliament
  • Egypt Elections Announced As Death Toll Rises
  • Rebel Group Blamed for Nigerian School Massacre
  • Andy Murray Wins Historic Wimbledon Victory
  • Pressure to Return Home, Gay Somalian Refugees Fear Persecution
  • South Africa Seeks to Develop Its Infrastructure
  • Brazil Looks for a Response on US Surveillance
  • BP Giant Is Back in US Court
  • Kenya Cracks Down on Underage Drinking
  • The President of Haiti Travels to Florida
  • The Boeing Dreamliner Takes Flight

Life in Jail for Alleged Boko Haram Bombers

A Nigerian court has found four extremists guilty of plotting and executing the 2012 bombings that killed 19 people, sentencing the convicted men to life in prison. The convicted are believed to be members of Boko Haram, an Islamist rebel group responsible for a series of deadly attacks across central and northern Nigeria. (Photo: AP Photo/Jon Gambrell, File)

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