Global Week in Review: Obama Condemns Violence in Egypt

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  • 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
  • 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

Suspected Nazi-Era War Criminal Dies

Laszlo Csatary, once the world’s most wanted Nazi war crime suspect, died while awaiting his trial, according to his lawyer. The 98-year-old Hungarian was indicted for contributing to the deporting of 15,700 Jews to Nazi death camps during World War II. The director of the U.S.-based Simon Wiesenthal Center, an international Jewish human rights organization, lamented to BBC News that Csatary “eluded justice and punishment at the very last minute.”

(Photo: AP Photo/MTI, Bea Kallos, File)

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