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CAR-REBELS
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January 07, 2013 
Michel Am-Nondokro Djotodia (L), leader of Central African Republic's Seleka rebel alliance, arrives... 
Libreville, Gabon 
Djotodia and Garcia arrives for peace talks in Libreville 
Michel Am-Nondokro Djotodia (L), leader of Central African Republic's Seleka rebel alliance, arrives for peace talks with General Guy-Pierre Garcia, deputy secretary general of CEEAC (Economic Community of Central African States), at the airport in Libreville January 7, 2013. REUTER/Stringer (GABON - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
CAR-REBELS
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January 07, 2013 
Michel Am-Nondokro Djotodia (L), leader of Central African Republic's Seleka rebel alliance, walks with... 
Libreville, Gabon 
Djotodia and Garcia arrive for peace talks in Libreville 
Michel Am-Nondokro Djotodia (L), leader of Central African Republic's Seleka rebel alliance, walks with General Guy-Pierre Garcia, deputy secretary general of CEEAC (Economic Community of Central African States), as they arrive for peace talks at the airport in Libreville January 7, 2013. REUTER/Stringer (GABON - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
CAR-REBELS
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December 30, 2012 
Supporters of Central African Republic President Francois Bozize demonstrate at the airport in Bangui... 
Bangui, Central African Republic 
Supporters of Central African Republic President Francois Bozize demonstrate at the airport in Bangui... 
Supporters of Central African Republic President Francois Bozize demonstrate at the airport in Bangui December 30, 2012. Central African Republic's neighbours have agreed to increase the number of troops stationed there to help defend against rebels threatening to overthrow the government. The Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) - which already has more than 500 peacekeepers in CAR - announced its decision overnight in Gabon's capital Libreville, ahead of peace talks planned between the SELEKA rebels and the government in early January. The sign reads, "We want peace in 2013 = Petrol." REUTERS/Luc Gnago (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
CAR-REBELS
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December 30, 2012 
Supporters of Central African Republic President Francois Bozize demonstrate at the airport in Bangui... 
Bangui, Central African Republic 
Supporters of Central African Republic President Francois Bozize demonstrate at the airport in Bangui... 
Supporters of Central African Republic President Francois Bozize demonstrate at the airport in Bangui December 30, 2012. Central African Republic's neighbours have agreed to increase the number of troops stationed there to help defend against rebels threatening to overthrow the government. The Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) - which already has more than 500 peacekeepers in CAR - announced its decision overnight in Gabon's capital Libreville, ahead of peace talks planned between the SELEKA rebels and the government in early January. The banner reads, "No to the war imposed by invisible hands." REUTERS/Luc Gnago (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
CAR-REBELS
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December 30, 2012 
Supporters of Central African Republic President Francois Bozize demonstrate at the airport in Bangui... 
Bangui, Central African Republic 
Supporters of Central African Republic President Francois Bozize demonstrate at the airport in Bangui... 
Supporters of Central African Republic President Francois Bozize demonstrate at the airport in Bangui December 30, 2012. Central African Republic's neighbours have agreed to increase the number of troops stationed there to help defend against rebels threatening to overthrow the government. The Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) - which already has more than 500 peacekeepers in CAR - announced its decision overnight in Gabon's capital Libreville, ahead of peace talks planned between the SELEKA rebels and the government in early January. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
CAR-REBELS/PRESIDENT
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December 30, 2012 
Central African Republic soldiers stand guard on a street in Bangui December 30, 2012. Central African... 
Bangui, Central African Republic 
Central African Republic soldiers stand guard on a street in Bangui 
Central African Republic soldiers stand guard on a street in Bangui December 30, 2012. Central African Republic's neighbours have agreed to increase the number of troops stationed there to help defend against rebels threatening to overthrow the government. The Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) - which already has more than 500 peacekeepers in CAR - announced its decision overnight in Gabon's capital Libreville, ahead of peace talks planned between the SELEKA rebels and the government in early January. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS) 
SUDAN-SOUTH/GOLD
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November 09, 2012 
A trader weighs his gold in a shop in Kapoeta, South Sudan October 24, 2012. In South Sudan ordinary... 
Kapoeta, South Sudan 
A trader weighs his gold in a shop in Kapoeta, South Sudan 
A trader weighs his gold in a shop in Kapoeta, South Sudan October 24, 2012. In South Sudan ordinary people have been extracting gold from artisanal mines and taking part in as-yet unregulated trade in the precious metal. But now the government hopes to pass mining legislation that will formalise the industry, let them tax precious metal and mineral exports and sell concessions to large-scale investors. Officials say firms from China, Australia, the United States, South Africa and other African countries plan to apply for licences when new mining laws are passed in November. After many delays, parliament is set to begin debate on the bill on Monday. Picture taken October 24, 2012. REUTERS/Adriane Ohanesian (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES CRIME LAW POLITICS)

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CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/REBELS
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July 09, 2012 
People walk along a street in Bunagana where business is resuming five days after the town was overrun... 
BUNAGANA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
People walk along a street in Bunagana where business is resuming five days after town was overrun with... 
People walk along a street in Bunagana where business is resuming five days after the town was overrun with M23 insurgents, near the Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo border, July 9, 2012. On July 6, the rebels seized Bunagana, an important mineral transit town, driving about 600 Congolese soldiers across the border into Uganda. The gains for the M23 rebel movement in volatile, mineral-rich North Kivu province risks dragging the vast, loosely governed central African state back into war. REUTERS/James Akena (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CRIME LAW) 
MALI
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March 31, 2012 
Supporters of Mali's junta attend a rally organized by Oumar Mariko, leader of SADI (African Solidarity... 
Bamako, Mali 
Supporters of Mali's junta attend a rally to protest against regional bloc ECOWAS in Bamako 
Supporters of Mali's junta attend a rally organized by Oumar Mariko, leader of SADI (African Solidarity for Democracy and Independence), to protest against regional bloc ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African) at the 26th March stadium in Bamako March 31, 2012. ECOWAS on Thursday gave Malian leaders of last week's coup 72 hours to begin handing back power to civilians or face a crippling closure of trade borders, diplomatic isolation and a freeze in funding from the regional central bank. The sign reads, "Long live to CNRDRE (National Committee for the Recovery of Democracy and Restoration of the State). Long live to the army." REUTERS/Luc Gnago (MALI - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
MALI
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March 31, 2012 
Supporters of Mali's junta attend a rally organized by Oumar Mariko, leader of SADI (African Solidarity... 
Bamako, Mali 
Supporters of Mali's junta attend a rally to protest against regional bloc ECOWAS in Bamako 
Supporters of Mali's junta attend a rally organized by Oumar Mariko, leader of SADI (African Solidarity for Democracy and Independence), to protest against regional bloc ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African) at the 26th March stadium in Bamako March 31, 2012. ECOWAS on Thursday gave Malian leaders of last week's coup 72 hours to begin handing back power to civilians or face a crippling closure of trade borders, diplomatic isolation and a freeze in funding from the regional central bank. The sign reads, "Long live to CNRDRE (National Committee for the Recovery of Democracy and Restoration of the State). Long live to Mali." REUTERS/Luc Gnago (MALI - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
MALI
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March 31, 2012 
Supporters of Mali's junta attend a rally organized by Oumar Mariko, leader of SADI (African Solidarity... 
Bamako, Mali 
Supporters of Mali's junta attend a rally to protest against regional bloc ECOWAS in Bamako 
Supporters of Mali's junta attend a rally organized by Oumar Mariko, leader of SADI (African Solidarity for Democracy and Independence), to protest against regional bloc ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African) at the 26th March stadium in Bamako March 31, 2012. ECOWAS on Thursday gave Malian leaders of last week's coup 72 hours to begin handing back power to civilians or face a crippling closure of trade borders, diplomatic isolation and a freeze in funding from the regional central bank. The sign reads"Long live to CNRDRE (National Committee for the Recovery of Democracy and Restoration of the State)." REUTERS/Luc Gnago (MALI - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
USA-HEALTHCARE/DOCTORS
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November 06, 2009 
Medical records clerks work in Clinica Sierra Vista's East Bakersfield Community Health Center in Bakersfield,... 
Bakersfield, UNITED STATES 
To match Special Report USA-HEALTHCARE/DOCTORS 
Medical records clerks work in Clinica Sierra Vista's East Bakersfield Community Health Center in Bakersfield, California October 20, 2009. Nowhere in the United States has more doctors at its beck and call than White Plains, one of the wealthiest cities in the nation. Nearly 3,000 miles (4,830 km) away, scaring up a doctor in Bakersfield, situated in California's economically battered Central Valley, is a lot harder. In fact, White Plains has more than twice the number of doctors per capita as Bakersfield, where needy patients until recently had to take a 2-hour bus trip to Fresno to see a diabetes treatment specialist. Picture taken October 20, 2009. To match Special Report USA-HEALTHCARE/DOCTORS REUTERS/Phil McCarten (UNITED STATES HEALTH) 
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