03/19/2013 8:34amA media rights group says that a Malian newspaper editor, who was arrested two weeks ago after publishing a letter criticizing the salary of the nation's coup leader, has been charged with "inciting disobedience" and "publishing falsehoods."
03/19/2013 1:35pmZimbabwe's electoral body said Tuesday that 94.5 percent of voters cast a ballot in favor of a new constitution that calls for a strengthening of human rights and a curb on presidential powers after a decade of political and economic turmoil in the southern African nation.
03/19/2013 2:04pmSouth Africa's police chief said Tuesday she stands by her statement praising officers involved in the shooting massacre of 34 striking miners and insisting they were "just doing your work."
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