Global Week in Review: Haiti Marks Four Years Since Earthquake

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  • Egypt Votes on New Constitution Amid Fears
  • “Blacks for Sale” Ad in Brazil Causes Outrage
  • Bodies Litter South Sudan Oil Town
  • U.S. Advisers Sent to Help Somalia Fight the Shabab
  • Black Rhino Hunting Permit Auctioned for $350,000
  • Nigeria President Signs Anti-Gay Marriage Bill
  • Man Known as “Mad Dog” Eats Man's Flesh to Avenge Wife’s Death
  • Pope to Name New Cardinals From Africa, Haiti
  • Man “Comes Back Alive” in Kenya
  • Haiti Marks Devastating Earthquake Anniversary
  • Cécile Kyenge Targeted By Italian Extremist Newspaper

Bodies Litter South Sudan Oil Town

Dozens of dead bodies are piled up in the war torn town of Bentiu, South Sudan, along the road of its airport. Shops and buildings have also been looted and destroyed. Talks resumed on both sides of the nation’s month-long conflict in Addis Abba, Ethiopia, on Monday. 

(Photo: Mackenzie Knowles-Coursin/AP Photo)

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