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BEING MARY JANE
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The two separate deadly incidents occurred when one ship carrying about 500 migrants was rammed, while another ship holding 250 migrants capsized off the Libyan coast.
The Arab Spring erupted in 2010, but how close are countries to a democracy?
Former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide is busy trying to build his political party and some of Saudi Arabia’s girls get to play sports.
Profiles of the adult children of infamous world leaders.
The International Criminal Court’s most infamous African indictments.
Conservatives are calling President Obama's inauguration speech a liberal call to action, but if calling civil rights a liberal issue, then there's something wrong with the conservative agenda, writes David Swerdlick.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is grilled by Senate committee on Benghazi attacks.
Fruits of the fiscal cliff deal are reflected in world markets, and Libyans develop a love affair with ice cream.
On Dec. 24, 1951, Libya declared independence from Italian colonization.
Ancient African king Mansa Musa takes top billing as the richest of all time, and Twitter censors a user.