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    Posted: 3/7/2012 10:25:48 PM EST
    Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos, right, is received by Cuba's Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, left, at the Jose Marti International Airport, in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday March. 7, 2012. Santos flew to Cuba on Wednesday to meet with counterpart Raul Castro about an upcoming regional summit amid talk of a possible boycott that would be a challenge to U.S. foreign policy. Members of the Venezuelan-led leftist Bolivarian Alliance, or ALBA, demanded last month that Cuba be included in the April 14-15 Summit of the Americas in Cartagena, but stopped short of threatening a boycott while urging Colombia to extend an invitation. As host, Colombia gets the final decision. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes)
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    Posted: 3/7/2012 10:25:48 PM EST
    Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos deplanes at the Jose Marti International Airport, followed by Colombia's Foreign Minister Maria Angela Holguin, in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday March. 7, 2012. Santos flew to Cuba on Wednesday to meet with counterpart Raul Castro about an upcoming regional summit amid talk of a possible boycott that would be a challenge to U.S. foreign policy. Members of the Venezuelan-led leftist Bolivarian Alliance, or ALBA, demanded last month that Cuba be included in the April 14-15 Summit of the Americas in Cartagena, but stopped short of threatening a boycott while urging Colombia to extend an invitation. As host, Colombia gets the final decision. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes)
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 1:25:47 PM EST
    In this Wednesday Feb. 22, 2012 photo, a Syrian rebel aims his rifle inside a classroom at a school in Deir Baalbeh neighborhood in Homs province, Syria. Syrians began voting Sunday on a new draft constitution aimed at quelling the country's uprising by ending the ruling Baath Party's five-decade domination of power, but the opposition announced a boycott and clashes were reported across the country. In regions like the restive central city of Homs, where shelling by government forces has left hundreds dead, or the northwestern province of Idlib and the southern region of Daraa where rebels clash frequently with the security forces, turnout is likely to be minimal. (AP Photo)
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 5:10:47 AM EST
    A Syrian woman casts her ballot paper at a polling station during a referendum on the new constitution, in Damascus, Syria, Sunday Feb. 26, 2012. Syrians began voting Sunday on a new draft constitution aimed at quelling the country's uprising by ending the ruling Baath Party's five-decade domination of power, but the opposition announced a boycott and clashes were reported across the country. In regions like the restive central city of Homs, where shelling by government forces has left hundreds dead, or the northwestern province of Idlib and the southern region of Daraa where rebels clash frequently with the security forces, turnout is likely to be minimal. (AP Photo/Muzaffar Salman)
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 5:10:47 AM EST
    A Syrian man, left, signs ballot papers inside a voting booth at a polling station during a referendum on the new constitution in Damascus, Syria, Sunday Feb. 26, 2012. Syrians began voting Sunday on a new draft constitution aimed at quelling the country's uprising by ending the ruling Baath Party's five-decade domination of power, but the opposition announced a boycott and clashes were reported across the country. In regions like the restive central city of Homs, where shelling by government forces has left hundreds dead, or the northwestern province of Idlib and the southern region of Daraa where rebels clash frequently with the security forces, turnout is likely to be minimal. (AP Photo/Muzaffar Salman)
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 5:10:47 AM EST
    In this Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2012 photo, Syrian girls play on top of a destroyed Syrian riot police tank at Bayada neighborhood in Homs province, Syria. Syrians began voting Sunday on a new draft constitution aimed at quelling the country's uprising by ending the ruling Baath Party's five-decade domination of power, but the opposition announced a boycott and clashes were reported across the country. In regions like the restive central city of Homs, where shelling by government forces has left hundreds dead, or the northwestern province of Idlib and the southern region of Daraa where rebels clash frequently with the security forces, turnout is likely to be minimal. (AP Photo)
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 5:10:47 AM EST
    In this Thursday Feb. 23, 2012 photo, Syrian rebels stand in front of the remains of a burnt military vehicle belonging to Syrian government forces destroyed by Syrian rebels during clashes at Khaldiyeh neighborhood in Homs province, Syria. Syrians began voting Sunday on a new draft constitution aimed at quelling the country's uprising by ending the ruling Baath Party's five-decade domination of power, but the opposition announced a boycott and clashes were reported across the country. In regions like the restive central city of Homs, where shelling by government forces has left hundreds dead, or the northwestern province of Idlib and the southern region of Daraa where rebels clash frequently with the security forces, turnout is likely to be minimal. (AP Photo)
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 5:10:47 AM EST
    In this Thursday Feb. 23, 2012 photo, Syrian rebels gather in front of the remains of a burnt military vehicle belonging to Syrian government forces destroyed by Syrian rebels during a clashes at Khaldiyeh neighborhood in Homs province, Syria. Syrians began voting Sunday on a new draft constitution aimed at quelling the country's uprising by ending the ruling Baath Party's five-decade domination of power, but the opposition announced a boycott and clashes were reported across the country. In regions like the restive central city of Homs, where shelling by government forces has left hundreds dead, or the northwestern province of Idlib and the southern region of Daraa where rebels clash frequently with the security forces, turnout is likely to be minimal. (AP Photo)
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 5:10:46 AM EST
    A Syrian woman fills a ballot paper next to a portrait of Syrian President Bashar Assad at a polling station during a referendum on the new constitution in Damascus, Syria, Sunday Feb. 26, 2012. Syrians began voting Sunday on a new draft constitution aimed at quelling the country's uprising by ending the ruling Baath Party's five-decade domination of power, but the opposition announced a boycott and clashes were reported across the country. (AP Photo/Muzaffar Salman)
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 5:10:46 AM EST
    A Syrian woman shows her ballot paper at a polling station during a referendum on the new constitution, in Damascus, Syria, Sunday, Feb. 26, 2012. Syrians began voting Sunday on a new draft constitution aimed at quelling the country's uprising by ending the ruling Baath Party's five-decade domination of power, but the opposition announced a boycott and clashes were reported across the country. Arabic on the ballot Paper reads, "the Syrian Arab Republic, referendum card, do you agree with the new draft constitution of the Syrian Arab Republic, I agree, I do not agree." (AP Photo/Muzaffar Salman)
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 5:10:46 AM EST
    A Syrian man holds up his ballot paper at a polling station during a referendum on the new constitution in Damascus, Syria, on Sunday Feb. 26, 2012. Syrians began voting Sunday on a new draft constitution aimed at quelling the country's uprising by ending the ruling Baath Party's five-decade domination of power, but the opposition announced a boycott and clashes were reported across the country. Arabic on the ballot Paper reads, "the Syrian Arab Republic, referendum card, do you agree with the new draft constitution of the Syrian Arab Republic, I agree, I do not agree." (AP Photo/Muzaffar Salman)
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 5:10:46 AM EST
    A Syrian woman, center, dances between pro-Syrian regime supporters wearing police uniforms as they celebrate outside a polling station during a referendum on the new constitution, in Damascus, Syria, Sunday, Feb. 26, 2012. Syrians began voting Sunday on a new draft constitution aimed at quelling the country's uprising by ending the ruling Baath Party's five-decade domination of power, but the opposition announced a boycott and clashes were reported across the country. (AP Photo/Muzaffar Salman)
  •  - A signboard calling for Syrians not to boycott the referendum on a new constitution is pictured on a street in Damascus

    A signboard calling for Syrians not to boycott the referendum on a new constitution is pictured on a street in Damascus

    Posted: 2/26/2012 9:24:45 AM EST
    A signboard calling for Syrians not to boycott the referendum on a new constitution is pictured on a street in Damascus, February 26, 2012. At least 31 Syrian civilians and soldiers were killed on Sunday in bloodshed that coincided with a vote on a new constitution that could keep President Bashar al-Assad in power until 2028. The writing on the signboard reads, "do not turn your back for a vote." REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
  •  - A demonstrator protests outside McDonalds in Oxford Street in central London

    A demonstrator protests outside McDonalds in Oxford Street in central London

    Posted: 2/25/2012 9:10:21 AM EST
    A demonstrator protests outside McDonalds in Oxford Street in central London February 25, 2012. The demonstrators wanted McDonalds to boycott the Government?s work experience scheme, local media reported. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
  •  - Demonstrators protest outside McDonalds in Oxford Street in central London

    Demonstrators protest outside McDonalds in Oxford Street in central London

    Posted: 2/25/2012 9:09:19 AM EST
    Demonstrators protest outside McDonalds in Oxford Street in central London February 25, 2012. The demonstrators wanted McDonalds to boycott the Government?s work experience scheme, local media reported. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
  •  - Demonstrators protest outside McDonalds in Oxford Street in central London

    Demonstrators protest outside McDonalds in Oxford Street in central London

    Posted: 2/25/2012 9:03:18 AM EST
    Demonstrators protest outside McDonalds in Oxford Street in central London February 25, 2012. The demonstrators wanted McDonalds to boycott the Government?s work experience scheme, local media reported. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
  •  - Demonstrators protest outside McDonalds in Oxford Street in central London

    Demonstrators protest outside McDonalds in Oxford Street in central London

    Posted: 2/25/2012 8:14:25 AM EST
    Demonstrators protest outside McDonalds in Oxford Street in central London February 25, 2012. The demonstrators wanted McDonalds to boycott the Government?s work experience scheme, local media reported. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
  •  - Followers of a southern separatist group burn tyres as they block a road in Aden

    Followers of a southern separatist group burn tyres as they block a road in Aden

    Posted: 2/21/2012 10:48:38 AM EST
    Followers of a southern separatist group, calling for a boycott of Yemen's presidential elections, burn tyres as they block a road in the southern port city of Aden February 21, 2012. Yemen ushered Ali Abdullah Saleh from power after 33 years on Tuesday, voting to endorse his deputy as president, with a mission to rescue the nation from poverty, chaos and the brink of civil war. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Followers of a southern separatist group burn tyres as they block a road in Aden

    Followers of a southern separatist group burn tyres as they block a road in Aden

    Posted: 2/21/2012 10:41:39 AM EST
    Followers of a southern separatist group, calling for a boycott of Yemen's presidential elections, burn tyres as they block a road in the southern port city of Aden February 21, 2012. Yemen ushered Ali Abdullah Saleh from power after 33 years on Tuesday, voting to endorse his deputy as president, with a mission to rescue the nation from poverty, chaos and the brink of civil war. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - A man walks past tyres set on fire by followers of a southern separatist group, calling for a boycott to Yemen's presidential elections, in Aden

    A man walks past tyres set on fire by followers of a southern separatist group, calling for a boycott to Yemen's presidential elections, in Aden

    Posted: 2/21/2012 5:22:51 AM EST
    A man walks past tyres set on fire by followers of a southern separatist group, calling for a boycott to Yemen's presidential elections, to block a road in the southern port city of Aden February 21, 2012. Yemenis began voting on Tuesday to replace President Ali Abdullah Saleh in an election many hope will give Yemen a chance to rebuild the country shattered by a year-long struggle that had pushed Yemen to the brink of civil war. Vice President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi stands uncontested as a consensus candidate. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)


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