Global Week in Review: Boko Haram Threatens to Sell Nigerian Girls

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  • WHO: Polio Outbreaks Require Immediate Action
  • Bus Bombs Wounds 60 in Kenya
  • Nearly Two Dozens Killed in Central African Republic
  • Asylum Seekers Drown After Smuggling Boat Capsizes
  • Syrian War Wrecks World Heritage Site
  • Deadly Weekend in Ukraine
  • Election Day Draws Near in South Africa
  • Soldiers Acquitted in Congo Rape Trial
  • Brazil Gay-Activists Call for Anti-Discrimination Laws During Parade
  • Group Charges Venezuela Authorities with Human Rights Abuse
  • Boko Haram Threatens to Sell Abducted School Girls as "Slaves"

Nearly Two Dozen Killed in Central African Republic

An attack on a town in the Central African Republic left 22 people dead, including 15 local chiefs and three medical charity workers, on Sunday. Reuters reported that Seleka rebels had gone to a Médecins Sans Frontiéres health clinic looking for money. 

(Photo: Jerome Delay/AP Photo, File)

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