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Anti-government protesters man a barricade in central Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014. A brief truce in Ukraine's embattled capital failed Thursday, spiraling into fierce clashes between police and anti-government protesters. (AP Photo/Darko Bandic)

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In this undated photo released by the family of Ahmed al-Darbi on Friday, Aug. 7, 2009, which was provided to them by the International Committee of the Red Cross, Guantanamo detainee Ahmed al-Darbi is seen at Camp 4 of the detention center on Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba. A Guantanamo Bay prisoner pleaded guilty Thursday to war crimes charges for helping plan the suicide bombing of an oil tanker off Yemen in 2002 that killed a crewman and wounded a dozen others. At an arraignment before a U.S. military judge, Ahmed al-Darbi of Saudi Arabia pleaded guilty to the five charges against him including terrorism, attacking civilians and hazarding a vessel for complicity in the al-Qaida attack on the French-flagged MV Limburg. (AP Photo)

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In this 2007 photo Ravi Nessman poses for a photo in Sri Lanka. Nessman, 41, who has covered and led award-winning news stories in Asia, the Middle East, Africa and the United States, has been named deputy editor for the U.S. South region, overseeing coverage from 13 states and the District of Columbia. Nessman joined AP in 1994 as a reporter in Chicago. He also was a reporter in Newark and Philadelphia and an editor on the International Desk in New York, before embarking on a journalism career overseas where he was news editor overseeing 11 southern African countries, correspondent in Jerusalem and bureau chief in Sri Lanka. (AP Photo)