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In world news ...
• Tsvangirai's world tour. Scott Baldauf assesses the current mission of Zimbabwe's other leader – not Mugabe – Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai. If it's fundraising, then it has clearly been a failure. But if it is meant to show that Zimbabwe is ready to engage with the world, then it has been a remarkable success.
• Second Taliban front. Ben Arnoldy reports that while struggling to clear the Taliban from Swat, the Pakistani army has begin opening a second front in an even tougher area: South Waziristan. Why does it want to launch this second offensive now, and how likely is it to succeed?
In US news ...
• Iraqis homeless in US. Patrik Jonsson on a new report on the "dire" plight of Iraqi refugees in the US. Where does Washington’s duty to refugees end, as Americans – and returning soldiers – also struggle to find a footing in the economy?