World Lens — Week in Review: Rick Ross Raps in Nigerian Slum

A roundup of world events from the past week.

Rick Ross Releases Video Set in Nigerian Slum - Rick Ross released the latest version of his ?Hold Me Back? video. It is set in a poor section of Lagos, Nigeria, and features a random mix of images from the 1960s, modern day poverty and Nigeria?s performances in the 1994 World Cup and the 1996 Gold Medal Olympic final. (Photo: Maybach Music Group)

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Rick Ross Releases Video Set in Nigerian Slum - Rick Ross released the latest version of his ?Hold Me Back? video. It is set in a poor section of Lagos, Nigeria, and features a random mix of images from the 1960s, modern day poverty and Nigeria?s performances in the 1994 World Cup and the 1996 Gold Medal Olympic final. (Photo: Maybach Music Group)

Maud Chifamba ? Zimbabwean 14-year Old University Student - The Zimbabwean prodigy made history this year when she became the youngest student in the country to enroll in college. She was admitted to the University of Zimbabwe where she will major in accounting.  (Photo: University of Zimbabwe)

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Maud Chifamba ? Zimbabwean 14-year Old University Student - The Zimbabwean prodigy made history this year when she became the youngest student in the country to enroll in college. She was admitted to the University of Zimbabwe where she will major in accounting. (Photo: University of Zimbabwe)

Alpha Cond? Plans to be the ?Obama and Mandela of Guinea? - With the help of Tony Blair and George Soros, Guinean president Alpha Cond? declared, "I will be both the Mandela and the Obama of Guinea."Guinea is home to the second biggest mining reserves in Africa, and fifth biggest in the world, worth an estimated $222 billion.  (Photo: REUTERS/Chip East)

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Alpha Cond? Plans to be the ?Obama and Mandela of Guinea? - With the help of Tony Blair and George Soros, Guinean president Alpha Cond? declared, "I will be both the Mandela and the Obama of Guinea."Guinea is home to the second biggest mining reserves in Africa, and fifth biggest in the world, worth an estimated $222 billion.  (Photo: REUTERS/Chip East)

SARS-Like Virus Found in Middle East - Global health officials are keeping a watchful eye on a new respiratory virus related to SARS that has been blamed for the death of one person in Saudi Arabia and left another person in critical condition in Britain.(Photo: GettyImages)

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SARS-Like Virus Found in Middle East - Global health officials are keeping a watchful eye on a new respiratory virus related to SARS that has been blamed for the death of one person in Saudi Arabia and left another person in critical condition in Britain.(Photo: GettyImages)

Jamaica Considers Extraditing Lottery Scammers - Jamaican National Security Minister Peter Bunting told reporters that foreign law enforcement agencies have gotten involved in the investigations of Jamaica?s notorious lottery scammers ? meaning some may face charges abroad.?I would not be surprised if in due course, we see extradition requests coming,? he said.(Photo: jamaicaobserver.com)

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Jamaica Considers Extraditing Lottery Scammers - Jamaican National Security Minister Peter Bunting told reporters that foreign law enforcement agencies have gotten involved in the investigations of Jamaica?s notorious lottery scammers ? meaning some may face charges abroad.?I would not be surprised if in due course, we see extradition requests coming,? he said.(Photo: jamaicaobserver.com)

Nigeria Protests Anti-Islam Film - Nigeria was also hit by anti-Islam film protests as hundreds of protesters streamed through the streets of the largely Muslim northern city of Kaduna.  (Photo: AP Photo/Godwin Attah)

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Nigeria Protests Anti-Islam Film - Nigeria was also hit by anti-Islam film protests as hundreds of protesters streamed through the streets of the largely Muslim northern city of Kaduna.  (Photo: AP Photo/Godwin Attah)

Haitians and Jamaicans Locked Out of U.S. Diversity Visas - U.S. immigration officials released the 2014 Diversity Visa (DV) Program guidelines and nationals from Haiti, Jamaica and other countries are barred from applying because a total of 50,000 immigrants have come from these countries over the past five years.  (Photo: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)

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Haitians and Jamaicans Locked Out of U.S. Diversity Visas - U.S. immigration officials released the 2014 Diversity Visa (DV) Program guidelines and nationals from Haiti, Jamaica and other countries are barred from applying because a total of 50,000 immigrants have come from these countries over the past five years.  (Photo: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Brawl Closes Chinese iPhone Plant - Production came to a standstill at a Foxconn Technology plan in northern China after a fight broke out between two workers and escalated into a full-scale brawl involving nearly 2,000 employees. Foxconn Technology is a major supplier for Apple and has come under fire for its alleged poor working conditions. (Photo: Bobby Yip/REUTERS)

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Brawl Closes Chinese iPhone Plant - Production came to a standstill at a Foxconn Technology plan in northern China after a fight broke out between two workers and escalated into a full-scale brawl involving nearly 2,000 employees. Foxconn Technology is a major supplier for Apple and has come under fire for its alleged poor working conditions. (Photo: Bobby Yip/REUTERS)

Sudan Opens Gold Refinery  - Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir commemorated the opening of the country's first gold refinery last week. The plant is reported to be Africa's largest and will produce more than 328 tons of gold each year. (Photo: Liu Jin-Pool/Getty Images)

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Sudan Opens Gold Refinery - Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir commemorated the opening of the country's first gold refinery last week. The plant is reported to be Africa's largest and will produce more than 328 tons of gold each year. (Photo: Liu Jin-Pool/Getty Images)

Libyan Leader Promises to Disband Illegal Militias - Following the tragic death of the U.S. ambassador to Libya at the hands of a local militia group, interim Libyan leader Mohammed Magarief vowed to disband all illegal militias.(Photo: Ismail Zitouny/Reuters)

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Libyan Leader Promises to Disband Illegal Militias - Following the tragic death of the U.S. ambassador to Libya at the hands of a local militia group, interim Libyan leader Mohammed Magarief vowed to disband all illegal militias.(Photo: Ismail Zitouny/Reuters)

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Malema Misses His Friends - Former ANC Youth League president and outspoken activist Julius Malema told a local South African paper that his political career is costing him friends."We've seen friends vacillating. We've seen friends bowing to the pressure of the enemy,? he said.  (Photo: Siphiwe Sibeko/REUTERS/Files)

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Farrakhan Speaks on Anti-Islam Film Violence - Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan said he hopes the violence that has erupted over a film disparaging the Prophet Mohammed will die down."I hope that as tempers calm down that reason will prevail because there's nothing that film has done to mar the nobility and the beauty of the character of the man who is the foundational stone of modern Islam," Farrakhan said.(Photo: AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)