Global Week in Review: Haiti Marks Four Years Since Earthquake

Egypt votes on new constitution, plus more global news.

Haiti Marks Devastating Earthquake Anniversary - Black Italian Cabinet minister targeted by extremist group, Egypt votes on new constitution, plus more global news. — Natelege Whaley (@natelege)  On Sunday, citizens of Haiti remembered the lives of more than 250,000 people who were killed following an earthquake in the country four years ago outside of the capital Port-au-Prince. The disaster displaced at least 1.5 million people and the country is still rebuilding its infrastructure. (Photo: Jean Marc Herve Abelard/AP Photo)

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Haiti Marks Devastating Earthquake Anniversary - Black Italian Cabinet minister targeted by extremist group, Egypt votes on new constitution, plus more global news. — Natelege Whaley (@natelege) On Sunday, citizens of Haiti remembered the lives of more than 250,000 people who were killed following an earthquake in the country four years ago outside of the capital Port-au-Prince. The disaster displaced at least 1.5 million people and the country is still rebuilding its infrastructure. (Photo: Jean Marc Herve Abelard/AP Photo)

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Cécile Kyenge Targeted By Italian Extremist Newspaper - A newspaper published by an Italian right-wing extremist group is under fire for targeting Cécile Kyenge, the country’s first Black Cabinet minister, with a feature about her daily whereabouts. Kyenge was recently heckled during an appearance over the weekend by members of the Northern League, the organization that runs the paper.(Photo: AP Photo/Domenico Stinellis)

Egypt Votes on New Constitution Amid Fears - In Egypt, citizens lined up at polling stations Tuesday to vote on a new constitution. There has been tightened security amid fears of attacks. This is a key turning point for the country that ousted President Mohamed Morsi in July. (Photo: AP Photo/Amr Nabil)

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Egypt Votes on New Constitution Amid Fears - In Egypt, citizens lined up at polling stations Tuesday to vote on a new constitution. There has been tightened security amid fears of attacks. This is a key turning point for the country that ousted President Mohamed Morsi in July. (Photo: AP Photo/Amr Nabil)

“Blacks for Sale” Ad in Brazil Causes Outrage - In Brazil, a “Blacks for Sale” ad was posted on MercadoLivre, an online marketplace. The offensive post showed two Black children on sale for 42 cents. Government officials have ordered the online retailer to turn over information on the person behind the post to police. (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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“Blacks for Sale” Ad in Brazil Causes Outrage - In Brazil, a “Blacks for Sale” ad was posted on MercadoLivre, an online marketplace. The offensive post showed two Black children on sale for 42 cents. Government officials have ordered the online retailer to turn over information on the person behind the post to police. (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Bodies Litter South Sudan Oil Town - Dozens of dead bodies are piled up in the war torn town of Bentiu, South Sudan, along the road of its airport. Shops and buildings have also been looted and destroyed. Talks resumed on both sides of the nation’s month-long conflict in Addis Abba, Ethiopia, on Monday. (Photo: Mackenzie Knowles-Coursin/AP Photo)

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Bodies Litter South Sudan Oil Town - Dozens of dead bodies are piled up in the war torn town of Bentiu, South Sudan, along the road of its airport. Shops and buildings have also been looted and destroyed. Talks resumed on both sides of the nation’s month-long conflict in Addis Abba, Ethiopia, on Monday. (Photo: Mackenzie Knowles-Coursin/AP Photo)

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Scotland Yard Launches Public Appeal for Missing UK Terror Suspect - The U.K.’s top security agencies are today facing mounting criticism over the disappearance of a suspected terrorist.Mohammed Ahmed Mohamed, a Somali-born British national thought to have links to the militant group al-Shabab, gave security officials the slip when he entered a mosque in Acton, West London, and escaped wearing a burka that covered his face.(Photo: Mohamed Sheikh Nor, File/AP Photo)

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U.S. Advisers Sent to Help Somalia Fight the Shabab - Three U.S. military advisers were sent to Somalia to help provide forces in the nation with logistics, planning and communications assistance in fighting the Shabab Islamic militant group. The small group of advisers traveled there last month, according to the Defense Department Friday. (Photo: Mohamed Sheikh Nor/AP Photo, File)

Black Rhino Hunting Permit Auctioned for $350,000 - A permit allowing the hunt of an endangered black rhino in Namibia was recently auctioned off and is causing outrage among animal rights groups. The event was sponsored by Dallas Safari Club. The executive director of the club said the rhino being targeted is old, non-breeding and is threatening to other animals.  (Photo: Tony Gutierrez/AP Photo)

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Black Rhino Hunting Permit Auctioned for $350,000 - A permit allowing the hunt of an endangered black rhino in Namibia was recently auctioned off and is causing outrage among animal rights groups. The event was sponsored by Dallas Safari Club. The executive director of the club said the rhino being targeted is old, non-breeding and is threatening to other animals.  (Photo: Tony Gutierrez/AP Photo)

Goodluck Jonathan Responds to Former Nigerian President - Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan says the nation's former president is a threat to national security. Jonathan's comments are in response to a letter written earlier this month by Olusegun Obasanjo claiming that Jonathan should not seek re-election in 2015, according to BBC. (Photo: AP Photo/Richard Drew, FILE)

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Nigeria President Signs Anti-Gay Marriage Bill - Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan has signed a law banning same-sex marriages in the country. Same-sex “amorous relationships” and membership in gay rights group are also prohibited. Penalties include up to 14 years in prison. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, FILE)

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Man Known as “Mad Dog” Eats Man's Flesh to Avenge Wife’s Death - Ouandja Magloire, who was angry that Muslims in the Central African Republic killed his wife, dragged a man off a bus, beat, stabbed and set him on fire and ate his flesh in revenge. Magloire, who calls himself “Mad Dog,” was helped by a Christian mob. (Photo: Jerome Delay/AP Photo, File)

Pope to Name New Cardinals From Africa, Haiti - The Pope is expected to announce the appointment of 19 new cardinals next month, which include Archbishop Jean-Pierra Kutwa of the Ivory Coast, Archbishop Philippe Nakellentuba Ouedragogo of Burkina Faso and Archbishop Chibly Langlois of Haiti. (Photo: Gregorio Borgia/AP Photo)

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Pope to Name New Cardinals From Africa, Haiti - The Pope is expected to announce the appointment of 19 new cardinals next month, which include Archbishop Jean-Pierra Kutwa of the Ivory Coast, Archbishop Philippe Nakellentuba Ouedragogo of Burkina Faso and Archbishop Chibly Langlois of Haiti. (Photo: Gregorio Borgia/AP Photo)

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Man “Comes Back Alive” in Kenya - Mortuary workers at Naivasha hospital in Kenya were spooked to see the body of Paul Mutora move and breathe after he was declared dead. He swallowed insecticide in a suicide attempt. The drug Mutora took slowed his heartbeat, which led to the confusion.(Photo: Darrin Klimek/Getty Images)