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              FILE - The March 27, 2009 file photo shows then Social Democratic Party Faction Leader Peter Struck during a debate on the federalism reform in the German parliament in Berlin. The form

    FILE - The March 27, 2009 file photo shows then Social Democratic Party Faction Leader Peter Struck during a debate on the federalism reform in the German parliament in Berlin. The form

    Posted: 12/19/2012 11:03:39 AM EST
    FILE - The March 27, 2009 file photo shows then Social Democratic Party Faction Leader Peter Struck during a debate on the federalism reform in the German parliament in Berlin. The former German Defense Minister died Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012. (AP Photo/Franka Bruns)
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    Posted: 5/31/2012 2:45:46 AM EST
    FILE - In this May 18, 2012 file photo, members of the Tamang ethnic community participate in a protest against the government demanding ethnicity-based federalism outside the building of the Constitution Assembly hall in Katmandu, Nepal. For centuries, the resentments simmered in this Himalayan nation, a place where everyone knew who belonged to the country's small elite and who did not. Ethnic minorities and low-caste Nepalis knew they had little chance to join the economic and political leadership, which was dominated by high-caste members of just two ethnic groups among the country's dozens. Now, as Nepal struggles to create a stable republic, those resentments have erupted anew, with regional, ethnic-based politics that helped cause the government's complete collapse last weekend and sparked worries of widespread ethnic unrest. (AP Photo/Niranjan Shrestha, File)
  •  - Members of the Brahmin-Chhetri Society clash with police officers while protesting against federalism as the midnight deadline of the nation's first federal constitution approaches in Kathmandu

    Members of the Brahmin-Chhetri Society clash with police officers while protesting against federalism as the midnight deadline of the nation's first federal constitution approaches in Kathmandu

    Posted: 5/27/2012 10:24:27 AM EST
    Members of the Brahmin-Chhetri Society clash with police officers as they try to enter a restricted area while protesting against federalism, as the midnight deadline of the nation's first federal constitution approaches in Kathmandu May 27, 2012. A new constitution is widely seen as crucial to helping end the instability that has plagued Nepal since the end of a Maoist-led civil war in 2006 and subsequent overthrow of the monarchy, but it has been thwarted by demands for the country to be divided into states along ethnic lines. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Members of the Brahmin-Chhetri Society protest against federalism as the midnight deadline of the nation's first federal constitution approaches in Kathmandu

    Members of the Brahmin-Chhetri Society protest against federalism as the midnight deadline of the nation's first federal constitution approaches in Kathmandu

    Posted: 5/27/2012 5:55:18 AM EST
    Members of the Brahmin-Chhetri Society protest near the Constitution Assembly building against federalism, as the midnight deadline of the nation's first federal constitution approaches in Kathmandu May 27, 2012. A new constitution is widely seen as crucial to helping end the instability that has plagued Nepal since the end of a Maoist-led civil war in 2006 and subsequent overthrow of the monarchy, but it has been thwarted by demands for the country to be divided into states along ethnic lines. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Nepalese Constitution Assembly members stage a protest as the midnight deadline of the nation's first federal constitution approaches in Kathmandu

    Nepalese Constitution Assembly members stage a protest as the midnight deadline of the nation's first federal constitution approaches in Kathmandu

    Posted: 5/27/2012 5:53:31 AM EST
    Nepalese Constitution Assembly members protest at the Constitution Assembly building against federalism and the dissolution of the constitution assembly, as the midnight deadline of the nation's first federal constitution approaches in Kathmandu May 27, 2012. A new constitution is widely seen as crucial to helping end the instability that has plagued Nepal since the end of a Maoist-led civil war in 2006 and subsequent overthrow of the monarchy, but it has been thwarted by demands for the country to be divided into states along ethnic lines. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - A riot police officer stands in front of barricades as members of the Brahmin-Chhetri Society try to enter a restricted area, in Kathmandu

    A riot police officer stands in front of barricades as members of the Brahmin-Chhetri Society try to enter a restricted area, in Kathmandu

    Posted: 5/27/2012 5:50:18 AM EST
    A riot police officer stands in front of barricades as members of the Brahmin-Chhetri Society try to enter a restricted area while marching towards the constitution assembly building to protest against federalism in Kathmandu, May 27, 2012, as the midnight deadline of the nation's first federal constitution approaches. A new constitution is widely seen as crucial to helping end the instability that has plagued Nepal since the end of a Maoist-led civil war in 2006 and subsequent overthrow of the monarchy, but it has been thwarted by demands for the country to be divided into states along ethnic lines. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - Members of the Brahmin-Chhetri Society protest against federalism as the midnight deadline of the nation's first federal constitution approaches in Kathmandu

    Members of the Brahmin-Chhetri Society protest against federalism as the midnight deadline of the nation's first federal constitution approaches in Kathmandu

    Posted: 5/27/2012 5:42:04 AM EST
    Members of the Brahmin-Chhetri Society protest near the constitution assembly building against federalism, as the midnight deadline of the nation's first federal constitution approaches in Kathmandu May 27, 2012. A new constitution is widely seen as crucial to helping end the instability that has plagued Nepal since the end of a Maoist-led civil war in 2006 and subsequent overthrow of the monarchy, but it has been thwarted by demands for the country to be divided into states along ethnic lines. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Cyrenaica congress leader Senussi arrives for the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida

    Cyrenaica congress leader Senussi arrives for the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida

    Posted: 4/17/2012 3:33:16 PM EST
    Cyrenaica congress leader Ahmed Zubair al-Senussi (C) arrives for the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida, 200 km (124 miles) east of Benghazi, April 17, 2012. A group of civic leaders from eastern Libya brought together several thousand people in March 2012 to create what it called the Congress for the People of Cyrenaica, pushing for federalism and regional autonomy from the central government of the National Transitional Council (NTC). REUTERS/Esam Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Cyrenaica congress leader Senussi arrives for the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida

    Cyrenaica congress leader Senussi arrives for the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida

    Posted: 4/17/2012 3:32:57 PM EST
    Cyrenaica congress leader Ahmed Zubair al-Senussi (R) arrives for the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida, 200 km (124 miles) east of Benghazi, April 17, 2012. A group of civic leaders from eastern Libya brought together several thousand people in March 2012 to create what it called the Congress for the People of Cyrenaica, pushing for federalism and regional autonomy from the central government of the National Transitional Council (NTC). REUTERS/Esam Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Cyrenaica congress leader Senussi attends the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida

    Cyrenaica congress leader Senussi attends the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida

    Posted: 4/17/2012 3:32:43 PM EST
    Cyrenaica congress leader Ahmed Zubair al-Senussi attends the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida, 200 km (124 miles) east of Benghazi, April 17, 2012. A group of civic leaders from eastern Libya brought together several thousand people in March 2012 to create what it called the Congress for the People of Cyrenaica, pushing for federalism and regional autonomy from the central government of the National Transitional Council (NTC). REUTERS/Esam Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
  •  - People stand at attention for the Libyan national anthem during the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida

    People stand at attention for the Libyan national anthem during the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida

    Posted: 4/17/2012 3:32:19 PM EST
    People stand at attention for the Libyan national anthem during the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida, 200 km (124 miles) east of Benghazi, April 17, 2012. A group of civic leaders from eastern Libya brought together several thousand people in March 2012 to create what it called the Congress for the People of Cyrenaica, pushing for federalism and regional autonomy from the central government of the National Transitional Council (NTC). REUTERS/Esam Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - People react as Cyrenaica congress leader Senussi speaks during the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida

    People react as Cyrenaica congress leader Senussi speaks during the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida

    Posted: 4/17/2012 3:31:51 PM EST
    People react as Cyrenaica congress leader Ahmed Zubair al-Senussi (not pictured) speaks during the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida, 200 km (124 miles) east of Benghazi, April 17, 2012. A group of civic leaders from eastern Libya brought together several thousand people in March 2012 to create what it called the Congress for the People of Cyrenaica, pushing for federalism and regional autonomy from the central government of the National Transitional Council (NTC). REUTERS/Esam Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Cyrenaica congress leader Senussi speaks during the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida

    Cyrenaica congress leader Senussi speaks during the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida

    Posted: 4/17/2012 3:30:47 PM EST
    Cyrenaica congress leader Ahmed Zubair al-Senussi speaks during the second Congress of the People of Cyrenaica in Beida, 200 km (124 miles) east of Benghazi, April 17, 2012. A group of civic leaders from eastern Libya brought together several thousand people in March 2012 to create what it called the Congress for the People of Cyrenaica, pushing for federalism and regional autonomy from the central government of the National Transitional Council (NTC). REUTERS/Esam Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS)


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