Global Week in Review: South Sudan Peace Talks Begin

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  • China Crushes Illegal Ivory
  • Syria Rebels Free 50 Captives From Al-Qaeda-Linked Fighters
  • Afghanistan to Free 88 Prisoners
  • Senegal Seizes Russian Trawler for Illegal Fishing
  • Death Threats Suspend Tunisia Constitution Debate
  • Critical South Sudan Talks Begin
  • Thousands Evacuated From Central African Republic
  • African Migrants Ask for Asylum in Israel

Death Threats Suspend Tunisia Constitution Debate

Voting between Tunisia’s secular lawmakers on a new constitution was halted due to anonymous death threats to members of the parliament. Lawmakers look to approve the new charter so that a caretaker government can reside over the current state that is divided between Islamists and secular opponents. (Photo: Aimen Zine/AP Photo)

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