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The news media sets up outside the Kennedy compound, Wednesday, 26 Aug. 2009, in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts Public to Pay Final Respects to Senator Edward Kennedy
Senator Kennedy's coffin will lie in Boston in repose at the library named after one of his slain older brothers, President John F. Kennedy


Irish FM Ray Burke meets with Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass. on Capitol Hill on 23 Sept 1997 to discuss the Northern Ireland peace plan Kennedy Leaves Global Legacy  Audio Clip Available  Video clip available
World leaders reach out to share fond memories, admiration of late Democratic Senator Ted Kennedy


Workers count ballots at the Independent Election Commission in Kabul, Afghanistan, 27 Aug 2009 Afghanistan Election Results on Hold for at Least Two Days  Audio Clip Available
Independent Election Commission  announces no reason for delay, but one official with IEC acknowledges counting is proceeding slower than expected


Pakistan Suicide Blast in NW Pakistan Kills 15
Officials say attack took place in Khyber region, near Afghan border


Outgoing UNAMID force commander Gen. Martin Agwai (C)inspects peacekeepers honor guard at Kas military base in Darfur, Sudan (File) Peacekeeping Chief:  Darfur No Longer at War
Outgoing commander of international peacekeepers says Darfur's rebel groups are fragmented, not strong enough to fight


Map of Baghdad, Iraq Car Bombs Hit Iraqi Forces in Baghdad
One person killed, 11 wounded in series of car bombs in Taji, north of Baghdad


North Koreans gathered for a reunion wave to their South Korean relatives before returning home after the Separated Family Reunion Meeting in North Korea (2007 File) South Korea Presses North for More Reunions
In talks Thursday between Red Cross delegations from North and South Korea, officials from the South urged North Korean representatives to not make family reunions a one-time event


The Dalai Lama speaking at Warsaw University, 28 Jul 2009 Dalai Lama May Visit Typhoon Victims in Taiwan  Audio Clip Available
President Ma Ying-jeou's decision to allow the Dalai Lama to visit Taiwan may risk new political friction with mainland China


Aboriginals perform in the Sydney 2000 Summer Olympic Games UN Representative Criticizes Australia's Aboriginal Policies as Racist  Audio Clip Available
UN special investigator:  Aborigines face racism, government intervention in the Northern Territory discriminates against Aborigines


Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko Ukrainians Disillusioned with 'Orange Revolution'
Bitter political fights between President Yushchenko and his former 'Orange Revolution' ally, now Prime Minister, Yulia Tymoshenko, continue to this day


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