ENTEBBE, Uganda - Uganda is willing to provide as many as 20,000 troops to restore order in Somalia if enough money is provided for the mission, Uganda's president told visiting members of the U.N.
SAO PAULO - A former Marxist guerrilla chosen by Brazil's beloved leader to succeed him will face a centrist rival in a presidential runoff after failing to get enough votes to win Sunday's election outright, according to official results.
SAO PAULO - A one-time Marxist guerrilla chosen by Brazil's beloved leader to succeed him took a wide lead in Sunday's presidential election, but a second-round vote seemed inevitable, said top officials within the government and the ruling party.
SEOUL, South Korea - North Korea is preparing its largest political meeting in 30 years, and leader Kim Jong Il is expected to appoint a son to a key Workers Party position in what would be the strongest sign yet of a succession movement in the secretive communist country.
NAIROBI, Kenya - It's been almost two decades since U.S troops were forced out of Somalia after the "Black Hawk Down" battle.
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