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  • Mubarak Set Free
  • The Edward Snowden Saga Continues
  • Five More Years
  • Kenya’s Members of Parliament Want More Money
  • Stalking Your Partner? There’s an App for That
  • LGBT Rights Demanded in Nepal
  • Police Launch New Look at Princess Diana’s Death
  • Thousands of Syrians Pour Into Iraq
  • Mexico: Back to School With Flawed Books
  • African Leaders Tells West to Lift Sanctions
  • Olympian to Stand Trial
  • Railway Tragedy Kills Dozens in India
  • Same-Sex Couples Tie Knot in New Zealand
  • Prince William Talks Parenthood
  • Global News to Know
  • Alleged Gas Attack Sparks International Outcry

Five More Years

With allegations of vote-rigging now behind him, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, 89, was sworn in for another five-year term on Thursday before tens of thousands of nationals. The defeated opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Change, called Mugabe a “robber” in a statement explaining their absence from the ceremony.


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