Global Week in Review: South African Police Lied About Marikana Shootings

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  • Nigerian Community Refuses Multimillion Settlement from Shell
  • Righting the Wrecked Costa Concordia
  • Rebels and Troops Continue Deadly Fighting in Southern Philippines
  • Nigerian Police Allege Youths Retaliate, Kill Officer
  • Afghan Presidential Race Begins
  • South African Police Lied About Marikana Massacre
  • Sirleaf's Son Resigns
  • Congolese Nun Wins UN Prize for Refugee Work
  • ICC Trial Sparks More Controversy in Kenya
  • Sudan President’s Request Sparks Outrage
  • Land Conflicts Pose Major Threat to Global Businesses
  • Africa’s Richest Woman Looks to Retail
  • Egypt Forces Launch Raid on Islamist Stronghold, Officer Killed
  • Nintendo’s Hiroshi Yamauchi Dies at 85
  • UN: “Clear and Convincing Evidence” of Syria Chemical Attack
  • 12 Years a Slave Wins Audience Award at International Film Festival
  • Navy Yard Shooting Leaves 1 Gunman, Multiple People Dead
  • Teen Girl Challenges Indian Society to Pursue Master's
  • Muslims in Montreal Protest Religious Clothing Ban
  • Major Storms Kill 53 in Mexico
  • South Korean Soldiers Fatally Shoot Man Crossing Border

Afghan Presidential Race Begins

The first day of registration for the Middle East country’s wide-open presidential elections commenced on Monday. Potential candidates include Foreign Minister Zalai Rassoul and opposition leader Abdullah Abdullah. A harsh Taliban insurgency, the final phases of the withdrawal of U.S. troops and potential vote-rigging are some of the concerns surrounding the election.

(Photo: AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)

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