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'African Booker' Defies Image Of Tragic Continent

The Caine Prize for African Writing recognizes an African writer each year for a short story written in English. This year's prize went to Nigerian Rotimi Babatunde for "Bombay's Republic." It's about a Nigerian soldier who fought in Burma during World War II. Host Michel Martin talks with Babatunde and CNN's Nima Elbagir, one of the judges.
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In Libya's Shifting Sands, Kids Try To Find Their Way

Most Libyans are under 25, and for these young people the revolution has created a new set of possibilities and challenges.
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EX-Barclays CEO Apologizes To British Panel

The former head of the bank Bob Diamond apologized for "reprehensible behavior" in testimony before a British parliamentary committee Wednesday. But he complained the bank had been unfairly singled out for manipulating banking loan interest rates.
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Ex-CEO: Barclays Isn't The Only Bank At Fault

"We have a profound issue — that is, an industry-wide issue, not just a Barclays issue," Robert Diamond told Parliament members Wednesday. The former head of Barclays Bank resigned Tuesday over a growing interest-rate manipulation scandal.

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