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A Divided Nigeria Chooses Its President by Unknown Author

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By Unknown Author

Voters cast ballots in the most contested election in Nigeria’s post-independence history.

Published: March 29, 2015 at 12:00AM… 11 more words

Charles Hoyle Van Nuys

Fragile Cease-Fire in Ukraine Inspires Little Confidence in West by STEVEN ERLANGER

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By STEVEN ERLANGER

Western diplomats and analysts are predicting a further escalation of tensions, possibly including the placement of Russian nuclear weapons in the annexed Crimean Peninsula. 13 more words

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Indefinite Safe Sex Urged for Liberia Ebola Survivors by SHERI FINK

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By SHERI FINK

After an Ebola death, scientists want to gather more information on the length of time the virus might remain present in semen. 14 more words

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Rebel Coalition Seizes Major Syrian City by ANNE BARNARD

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By ANNE BARNARD

A coalition of Islamist insurgents, including a branch of Al Qaeda, seized most of the northern Syrian city of Idlib on Saturday after four days of heavy fighting. 14 more words

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2 Czech Tourists Abducted in 2013 Have Been Freed in Pakistan by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The release of the two women from the Czech Republic, who were kidnapped from a bus in Pakistan by gunmen, was negotiated by a Turkish humanitarian organization. 14 more words

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NYT's John F. Burns Writes Into the Sunset

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Yesterday’s New York Times featured the swan song of the storied John F. Burns, appropriately on Page One. 284 more words

Sri Lankan President’s Brother Dies From Ax Wounds by DHARISHA BASTIANS

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By DHARISHA BASTIANS

President Maithripala Sirisena’s youngest brother, Priyantha Sirisena, known as Sand King for his sand mining business, was assaulted two days earlier. 15 more words

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