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Prominent civil rights folk singer Odetta died at 77 from heart disease at New York's Lenox Hill Hospital Tuesday. The NewsHour remembers the Grammy-nominated artist and her influence on fellow musicians.
In an effort to forge an agreement between the Sudanese government and rebels, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick traveled to the Nigerian capital of Abuja to help facilitate peace talks that continued past the midnight deadline.
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