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Presidential Election Protest In Egypt Turns Deadly

Islamist protesters, unhappy their candidate was among several people disqualified from the election, held a demonstration outside the Defense Ministry. Five people were killed and more than 100 people were wounded in fighting that involved sticks, stones, batons and bullets.
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Chinese Dissident Leaves U.S. Embassy In Beijing

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in China for meetings that were planned to be about trade and security. But before she even left for China, blind dissident Chen Guangcheng, who escaped from house arrest last week, was the main topic. Guangcheng has not asked for asylum.
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China, U.S. Resolve Blind Activist's Fate

Richard McGregor, Washington bureau chief for the Financial Times, talks to Steve Inskeep about how Chen Guangcheng may impact Thursday's talks between the U.S. and China. The blind activist left the U.S. Embassy in Beijing Wednesday, and U.S. officials escorted him to a hospital.
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Obama, Karzai Sign Partnership Pact In Afghanistan

President Obama made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan Tuesday, and delivered a prime-time address to the American public. While there, he signed a new, long-term partnership agreement with the Afghan government, and marked the anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death with U.S. troops.
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Taliban Claims Responsibility For Kabul Attack

While in the Afgan capital Kabul Tuesday, President Obama signed a partnership agreement with Afghan President Hamid Karzai. Also in Kabul, the Taliban claimed responsibility for a deadly attack that was carried out shortly after Obama left the city.
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A Look At The New Afghanistan Agreement

Audie Cornish talks to Larry Abramson about President Obama's speech to the nation from Afghanistan.

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