Reality television star Kim Kardashian (l.) is suing Old Navy for its ad campaign featuring model Melissa Molinaro (r.), arguing that Ms. Molinaro's appearance and style are carbon copies of Ms. Kardashian's. By that logic, she will have to sue everyone for whom Ms. Molinaro models. Dan Steinberg/AP/File; Kathy Hutchins/Hutchins Photo Agency/Newscom/File
Kim Kardashian arrives at the Noon by Noor launch event in West Hollywood, Calif., on July 20. Noon by Noor is a fashion collection designed by Kingdom of Bahrain royalty Noor Rashid Al Khalifa and Haya Mohammed Al Khalifa. Chris Pizzello/AP
Kim Kardashian attends the 9th Annual GLAD Benefit Extravaganza at The House of Blues in West Hollywood, Calif., on June 5. Kevan Brooks/AdMedia/Newscom/File
Kim Kardashian celebrates her sister Khloe Kardashian Odom's birthday at Chateau Nightclub and Garden at the Paris Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas on June 17. DJDM/WENN.com/Newscom
Kim Kardashian shops at Vera Wang boutique in West Hollywood, Calif., on June 30. WENN.com/Newscom
Kim Kardashian exits a production office in Studio City in Los Angeles on July 7. Newscom/WENN.com
Kim Kardashian leaves Mr. Chow Restaurant in Beverly Hills, Calif., on June 3. Splash News/Newscom
Kim Kardashian arrives for the Glamour Women of the Year Awards at Berkeley Square Gardens in London on June 7. Splash News/Newscom
Kim Kardashian launches her perfume at Debenhams in London on June 8. Van Ly/Splash News/Newscom
Just two years ago Lesotho was referred to as a democratic success story in Africa. But its attempted coup presents a test for the Southern African Development Community, committed to peace in the region.
ByMichael J. Jordan, Correspondent
Two years ago, this tiny nation high in the mountains of southern Africa earned acclaim for passing the latest test of African democracy: It pulled off the region’s first peaceful handover of power. Lesotho then went one step further, forming what some call the first and only coalition government in all of Africa.