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In other news Tuesday, BP began testing a new containment cap and the Obama administration unveiled a new strategy to combat the spread of HIV and AIDS in the U.S.
For more on the Somali terror group that claimed responsibility for the Uganda bombing, Gwen Ifill talks to an expert on the region.
Bombs killed at least 74 people Sunday during a viewing of the World Cup final match in Uganda. Gwen Ifill reports.
In other news Tuesday, President Obama indicated he is looking at four Republican health care reform proposals before unveiling his plan tomorrow. Also, the Department of Transportation considers new brake regulations stemming from the Toyota recall.
Secretary of State Clinton condemned sexual abuse by Congolese soldiers and rebels against civilians. A women's rights advocate describes the scope of the atrocities.
Secretary of State Clinton spent the second day of her African tour expressing support for the fragile transitional government in Somalia. Margaret Warner reports on the visit, and the risks posed by the Somali government's struggles to combat extremist groups…
A program that helps Ugandans sell beads in America has brought hundreds of families out of extreme poverty through a woman-to-woman network focused on sales at house parties and a Web store. Spencer Michels reports on the program and the…
An old piano factory in the South Bronx might not be the first place you'd look for a movie studio, but that's just where you will find the Ghetto Film School and a group of aspiring teenage filmmakers putting the…
By PBS NewsHour
Facing a new military campaign aimed at ending their 20-year war, Ugandan Lord's Resistance Army rebels have launched a series of attacks that have killed nearly 200 people in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo, the U.N. reported Monday.
Congolese soldiers and U.N. tanks were forced to retreat Tuesday from rebels vowing to take Congo's eastern provincial capital of Goma -- home to the local U.N. headquarters.
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