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Gunmen kill 20 in attack on South Sudan UN base

At least 20 people were killed and another 70 injured by gunmen posing as peaceful protestors who stormed a UN base in South Sudan, the US ambassador to the world body said. Samantha Power (pic) strongly condemned yesterday’s "brazen, inhuman attack on unarmed civilians" where 5,000 people are sheltering inside the base of the... Read More

A woman carries bags of goods out of a supermarket that was looted during a police strike in Salvador, Bahia state yesterday. A police strike has unleashed violent crime in Brazil

A woman carries bags of goods out of a supermarket that was looted during a police strike in Salvador, Bahia state yesterday. A police strike has unleashed violent crime in Brazil's third-largest city just two months before it is set to welcome hordes of soccer fans for the World Cup. – Reuters, April 18, 2014

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