Global Week in Review: Obama Condemns Violence in Egypt

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  • Egypt’s Crisis Escalates
  • Israelis, Palestinians Start Peace Talks
  • Ugandan Wetlands Destroyed for Rose Farm
  • Kenya Airport Body to Replace Chief After Massive Fire
  • Rastas Discuss Reparations
  • Paraguay's Controversial New President Takes Office
  • Chilean Workers Halt Strike at Top Mine
  • Mugabe Tells Skeptics of Zimbabwe Election to “Commit Suicide”
  • Mob Kills Transgender Teen in Jamaica
  • Israel to Free 26 Palestinian Prisoners
  • 9,000 Forcibly Evicted in Nigerian City
  • Egypt Police Postpones Dissolving Pro-Morsi Sit-Ins
  • U.S. Surveillance Could Chill Kerry’s Visit to Latin America
  • Volcano Spews More Hot Ash, Lava in East Indonesia
  • Suspected Nazi-Era War Criminal Dies
  • Family of Man Murdered in China Seeks 8.2 Million
  • Deadly Typhoon in Philippines Leaves 2 Dead, 45 Missing
  • Prince Charles Accused of Meddling in Politics
  • Couple Drives From Spain to Ghana for Breast Cancer Awareness
  • Presidential Vote-Counting Underway in Mali
  • Al-Qaida Leader Vows to Free Jailed Members

Egypt’s Crisis Escalates

In this week's international news, Paraguay's new president was investigated by the DEA; Jamaica's Rastafarians talk reparations; Zimbabwe's President Mugabe tells skeptics to "commit suicide" and more. LaToya Bowlah and Patrice Peck

After a government-led takedown of protest camps in Cairo that killed at least 525 on Wednesday, supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi torched two government buildings in Giza on Thursday. President Obama interrupted his vacation to condemn the violence in the African nation, announcing the cancellation of a joint military exercise.

(Photo: AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

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