Global Week in Review: Nigerian Forces Kill More Than Boko Haram?

Plus, Philippines earthquake kills dozens.

Hundreds Die in Nigerian Military Prisons - Nigerian forces continue to battle with Islamic militant groups and death tolls continue to rise. While many attribute deaths to the rebel group Boko Haram, Amnesty International reported Tuesday that at least 950 people died from untreated gunshot wounds, suffocation or starvation in military custody within the first six months of 2013. ? Dominique Zony??(Photo: AP Photo/Sunday Alamba file)

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Hundreds Die in Nigerian Military Prisons - Nigerian forces continue to battle with Islamic militant groups and death tolls continue to rise. While many attribute deaths to the rebel group Boko Haram, Amnesty International reported Tuesday that at least 950 people died from untreated gunshot wounds, suffocation or starvation in military custody within the first six months of 2013. — Dominique Zonyéé(Photo: AP Photo/Sunday Alamba file)

Bomb Kills Afghan Provincial Governor - In the highest profile assassination in months, Afghanistan?s provincial governor Arsallah Jamal was killed in a mosque bombing on Tuesday. He was in the middle of a speech at the main mosque in Puli Alam to mark the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha when the bomb went off, killing him and injuring 15 others. No group has claimed responsibility for the bombing.(Photo: AP Photo/Ahsanullah Majuze)

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Bomb Kills Afghan Provincial Governor - In the highest profile assassination in months, Afghanistan’s provincial governor Arsallah Jamal was killed in a mosque bombing on Tuesday. He was in the middle of a speech at the main mosque in Puli Alam to mark the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha when the bomb went off, killing him and injuring 15 others. No group has claimed responsibility for the bombing.(Photo: AP Photo/Ahsanullah Majuze)

Surge in Haiti?s Non-Profits Provides Job Hope - Since Haiti was torn apart by an earthquake followed by a hurricane in 2010, the country remains in a state of despair. With a 40 percent unemployment rate, the emergence of for-profit businesses, such as Thread, which turns trash into usable objects, is helping to provide jobs and hope.(Photo: REUTERS/Swoan Parker)

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Surge in Haiti’s Non-Profits Provides Job Hope - Since Haiti was torn apart by an earthquake followed by a hurricane in 2010, the country remains in a state of despair. With a 40 percent unemployment rate, the emergence of for-profit businesses, such as Thread, which turns trash into usable objects, is helping to provide jobs and hope.(Photo: REUTERS/Swoan Parker)

Judges Sentence Charles Taylor to 50 Years - Judges at an international war crimes court sentenced former Liberian President Charles Taylor to 50 years in prison Wednesday, saying he was responsible for "some of the most heinous and brutal crimes recorded in human history."(Photo: REUTERS/Evert-Jan Daniels/Pool)

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Ex-Liberian President Charles Taylor Serves Sentence in UK - Although ex-Liberian President Charles Taylor asked that he serve the remainder of his 50-year sentence in Rwanda, he was handed over to U.K. prison service representatives Tuesday to finish out the term in Britain. Taylor was sentenced in May 2012 for aiding rebels who committed atrocities in Sierra Leone during its civil war.(Photo: REUTERS/Evert-Jan Daniels/Pool)

Malaysian Court Ruling on ?Allah? Used by Christians - The word ?Allah? is only designated for Muslims, according to a Malaysian court, which upheld a government ban against the use of the word "Allah" to refer to God in non-Muslim faiths. While ?Allah? is the Arabic word for God and is used throughout Malaysia, many non-Muslim faiths said that the new ban is infringing on the freedom to practice religion.(Photo: AP Photo/Vincent Thian)

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Malaysian Court Ruling on “Allah” Used by Christians - The word “Allah” is only designated for Muslims, according to a Malaysian court, which upheld a government ban against the use of the word "Allah" to refer to God in non-Muslim faiths. While “Allah” is the Arabic word for God and is used throughout Malaysia, many non-Muslim faiths said that the new ban is infringing on the freedom to practice religion.(Photo: AP Photo/Vincent Thian)

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And the Winner is ? No One? - Organizers of the Mo Ibrahim Prize for Good Governance in Africa (also known as the world's most valuable individual prize) say that no leader was worthy of the award this year. The prize awards $5 million to a democratically elected leader who governed well, raised living standards and then voluntarily left office.  (Photo: REUTERS/Ben Phillips/Mo Ibrahim Foundation/Handout )

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Mo Ibrahim Foundation Cancels Prize for a Second Year - The $5 million reward for the Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership has been canceled for a second year in a row due to a lack candidates, according to the award board at the Mo Ibrahim Foundation. The award honors leaders who ruled democratically and have stepped down.(Photo: REUTERS/Ben Phillips/Mo Ibrahim Foundation/Handout)

Earthquake Kills Dozens in Philippines - The Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha was grim for Filipinos as another natural disaster tore the central Philippines apart. More than 60 people died and about 160 were injured Tuesday when a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck central Philippines near the Cebu province. (Photo: AP Photo/Chester Baldicantos)

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Earthquake Kills Dozens in Philippines - The Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha was grim for Filipinos as another natural disaster tore the central Philippines apart. More than 60 people died and about 160 were injured Tuesday when a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck central Philippines near the Cebu province. (Photo: AP Photo/Chester Baldicantos)

Just One Black Cabinet Member - In 2012, with 36 ministers in her coalition, only one was Black ? Luiza Helena de Bairros, secretary of state for racial equality. "Racism in Brazil is well hidden, subtle and unspoken, underestimated by the media," said Joaquim Barbosa, the first Black judge to sit on the bench of the supreme court in Brazil. (Photo: Kerim Okten-Pool/Getty Images)

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Brazil Launches Secure E-Mail Service - Brazil is standing up to cyber-spies by abolishing Microsoft Outlook and creating a new email service. President Dilma Roussef, in a series of tweets, announced that the country's Federal Data Processing Service (Serpro) would be in charge of creating a system that would “prevent possible espionage.” (Photo: Kerim Okten-Pool/Getty Images)

Syrian Clerics Say People Can Eat Cats and Dogs - In attempts to counteract starvation in besieged Damascus suburbs during the Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha, the Syrian government issued a fatwa ? or ruling ? permitting people to eat dogs, cats and donkeys. The move highlights a serious issue with providing food and other humanitarian supplies to the area.(Photo: REUTERS/Bassam Al Arbeeni)

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Syrian Clerics Say People Can Eat Cats and Dogs - In attempts to counteract starvation in besieged Damascus suburbs during the Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha, the Syrian government issued a fatwa — or ruling — permitting people to eat dogs, cats and donkeys. The move highlights a serious issue with providing food and other humanitarian supplies to the area.(Photo: REUTERS/Bassam Al Arbeeni)