Global Week in Review: Black Woman Discovers She Has Nazi Grandfather

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  • Syrian Students Allegedly Killed by Government Attack
  • Accusations Abound in Kenya After Mall Attack
  • Jackson Not Allowed to Visit Gross
  • Guinea Waits for Results
  • Dozens Killed in Rush Hour Blasts
  • Venezuela Prison Search Uncovers Weapons, Drugs
  • Benedict XVI to Possibly Attend Pope Canonization
  • Crackdown on Dissidents Continues in Bahrain
  • Pussy Riot Member Hospitalized
  • My Nazi Grandfather Would Have Shot Me
  • Exiled in Pyongyang
  • Airplane Takes Fatal Nosedive in Nigeria
  • Palestinians Receive Rare Ruling
  • New Toxic Leak at Japan Nuclear Plant
  • Gambia Leaves Commonwealth
  • Somali Terrorists: It’s Not Over
  • Nigerian Students Shot in Sleep by Suspected Terrorists
  • Netanyahu Not Convinced of Iran’s Diplomatic Turn

Jackson Not Allowed to Visit Gross

Rev. Jesse Jackson was unsuccessful in his attempts to visit Alan Gross, a Maryland resident serving a 15-year sentence in Cuba, where the civil rights activist ended a four-day trip on Monday. "I certainly inquired about him," Jackson said. "I would hope we would maintain our vigil in trying to gain his release."

(Photo: AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

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