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A young man takes his horse to a dam for a drink near Maseru,  Lesotho Monday, Sept, 1, 2014.  Gunfire hit Maseru, Lesotho's capital, Saturday and radio stations were jammed as the military disarmed police. The prime minister says it was a coup attempt, but Lesotho Defense Forces say they were securing the country after learning that police were going to supply arms to a demonstration. (AP Photo)
Police abandon posts in Lesotho, fear for livesLesotho police told to abandon posts out of fear of attack; Tense capital waits for PM return
The Associated Press9 minutes ago
FILE - This Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014 photo shows the Family Dollar store in Ridgeland, Miss. Dollar General is boosting its bid for rival Family Dollar to approximately $9.1 billion and says it's now willing to more than double the number of stores it would shed to avoid trouble with regulators. Dollar General Corp. said Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014, it will now divest 1,500 stores to steer clear of antitrust issues.(AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis, File)
Dollar General raises Family Dollar bid to $9.1BDollar General lifts offer for Family Dollar to about $9.1B, willing to divest more stores
The Associated Press11 minutes ago
UN warns food prices rising in Ebola-hit countriesUN food agency warns food prices rising in Ebola-hit nations, upcoming harvests to be affected
The Associated Press12 minutes ago
FILE - In a Tuesday, July 29, 2014 file photo, host Nick Cannon arrives at the "America's Got Talent" pre-show red carpet at Radio City Music Hall, in New York. Scholastic announced Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014 that Cannon’s “Neon Aliens Ate My Homework and Other Poems”, a book of poems for children, will be published in March 2015. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)
Children's poems by Nick Cannon due in MarchNick Cannon has deal for book of children's poems, coming in March
The Associated Press13 minutes ago
FILE - In this Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014 file photo, Palestinians stand on the rubble of houses destroyed in an Israeli strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip. Amid fear that Hamas had captured an Israeli soldier, the Israeli military sealed off the Rafah area and began shelling on Aug. 1, 2014. By the end of the next day, 190 Palestinians were dead, according to a list of names compiled by two Gaza human rights groups. The suspected capture of the soldier turned out to be a false alarm and the Rafah operation is almost certain to be a focus of U.N. investigators and rights groups looking into possible war crimes because it highlights a key concern: The treatment of civilians. (AP Photo/Hatem Ali, File)
After Gaza war, poll finds support for Hamas risesAfter 50-day Gaza war with Israel, poll shows dramatic rise in Palestinian support for Hamas
The Associated Press19 minutes ago
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