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A man stands a next to an attempted copy of the offending art work by an unidentified artist of ruling party African National Congress (ANC) president Jacob Zuma outside the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg, South Africa on Thursday May 24, 2012. President Jacob Zuma is asking the High Court to issue an order that display of the now-defaced painting violates his constitutional right to dignity. The gallery and the artist counter that freedom of expression, also protected by the constitution, is at stake. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

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The controversial portrait of South African President Jacob Zuma painted by Brett Murray, was defaced last week while on display at the Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg. Footage shown on a national news station shows a man in a suit painting a red X over the president's genitals and then his face. Next, a man in a hoodie rubs black paint over the president's face and down the painting. Two men - one white, one black - were arrested and charged with trespassing. The painting has been removed from the gallery. (Associated Press)

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South African President Jacob Zuma acknowledges those gathered for the African National Congress' 100th anniversary festivities Sunday in Bloemfontein. Although tens of thousands celebrated, many South Africans say Nelson Mandela's party hasn't delivered on its promises since taking power in 1994. (Associated Press)

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**FILE** South African President Jacob Zuma (left) and Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi converse before a summit session.

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Libyan leader Col. Moammar Gadhafi greets supporters in Tripoli on Sunday as envoys from the African Union, including South African President Jacob Zuma, arrived for two days of talks with Col. Gadhafi and rebel leaders. The African Union repeated its call for a cease-fire. (Associated Press)