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Eldridge Cleaver, a leader in the Black Panther Party, was born on Aug. 31, 1935.
Pilots in crashed Air Algerie flight asked to turn back, plus more global news.
An Air Algerie flight carrying 116 people from Burkina Faso to Algeria's capital disappeared from radar early Thursday over northern Mali, the plane's owner and a French government official said.
A bomb exploded in Nigeria killing 21 people; Algeria makes history at the World Cup; plus more global news.
Brazil’s president said armed forces are being prepared for the World Cup; Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe celebrated his 90th birthday, plus more global news.
Authorities in the nation of Niger have recovered 92 bodies of migrants who died of thirst after the trucks they were travelling in broke down in a desolate no-man's-land at the feet of the Sahara desert.
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On Monday, the Confederation of African Football announced the five matchups for the 2014 African World Cup in Cairo, Egypt.
Ivory Coast, Ghana, Algeria, Nigeria, Egypt, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Senegal and Ethiopia have made it to the final round of the African World Cup qualification tournament. Only five will move forward to compete in the 2014 World Cup.
Denis Goldberg, a long-time friend of Nelson Mandela who also fought the apartheid regime, speak out about the Raid on Liliesleaf.