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Saffron struggle

Saffron struggle

By Priya Abraham
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Burma | Junta crackdown continues to show despite information blackout

Orange and free

Orange and free

By Priya Abraham
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Ukraine | Three years after revolution, Ukraine elections are declared free and fair-but the way forward is far from easy

Eastern alliances

Eastern alliances

By Priya Abraham
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North Korea | An Israeli raid in Syria raises questions about connections between Pyongyang and Middle Eastern terrorists

The undiplomat

The undiplomat

By Priya Abraham
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Human Race | New French foreign minister favors engagement and confrontation

Rumors of war

Rumors of war

By Priya Abraham
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Sudan | Hostilities between north and south could spell the beginning of the end of peace in Sudan

Heroine in the dock

Heroine in the dock

By Priya Abraham
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Bangladesh | A defender of women trafficked into prostitution now needs deliverance from jail time

War on the home front

War on the home front

By Priya Abraham
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Iraq | For U.S. commander in Iraq Gen. David Petraeus, "home" means trading one battleground for another

Olympic opportunity

Olympic opportunity

By Priya Abraham
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China | As the 2008 games bring attention to China, activists hope to shine a spotlight on the country's human-rights abuses

'Joyful Christians'

'Joyful Christians'

By Priya Abraham
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Human Race | The murder of a pastor and his wife is another stripe of persecution for Pakistani Christians

Dawn doesn't rise

By Priya Abraham
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Movies | Ham-handed account of Mormon murderers proves shallow

Brand Beckham

Brand Beckham

By Priya Abraham
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Sports | The world's best-known soccer player breathes life into the U.S. game

Broken again

Broken again

By Priya Abraham
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Movies | Take off on Ten Commandments only proves them right

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