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  1. Croatian photographer captures the ruins of Yugoslavia

    Dw.com - Top Stories 03.24 / 10:16 dw.com
    Borko Vukosav says he was born in one country with two alphabets, three languages, four religions, five nationalities, and six republics. Yugoslavia no longer exists, but its stories come to life in his…
  2. Police seeking missing 72-year-old Marina Del Rey man

    Dailynews.com - Top Stories 03.24 / 10:11 dailynews.com
    MARINA DEL REY >> Authorities asked for the public's help today in locating a 72-year-old man from Marina Del Rey who suffers from dementia and emphysema.John Wayne Nicolos was last seen about 1 p.m. Tuesday in the 4700 block of Admiralty Way, wearing a light-colored shirt and dark…
  3. News24.com | Cold war: I will go sell ice-cream if Mantashe stops damaging ANC - Fransman

    News24.com - Top Stories 03.24 / 10:07 news24.com
    The war of words between suspended Western Cape ANC chairperson Marius Fransman and party secretary general Gwede Mantashe has taken yet another…
  4. News24.com | Farmworker who poisoned milk 'could have killed 2 000 people'

    News24.com - Top Stories 03.24 / 10:07 news24.com
    The herbicide which a Western Cape farmworker allegedly poured into a milk tank on his employer's farm could have killed up to 2 000 people, an expert has…
  5. Sport24.co.za | Du Preez: Benhard will be back for Sharks

    News24.com - Top Stories 03.24 / 10:07 news24.com
    Sharks coach Robert du Preez says leaving flyhalf Benhard Janse van Rensburg out of the squad for Saturday's clash against the Cheetahs was…
  6. 4 found dead in Sacramento; 1 arrested in San Francisco

    Usatoday.com - Top Stories 03.24 / 10:07 usatoday.com
    The unidentified suspect, who was quickly singled out by investigators, was likely known by the victims, Sacramento police Sgt. Bryce…
  7. London attack: More arrests as detectives probe how killer was radicalized

    Usatoday.com - Top Stories 03.24 / 10:07 usatoday.com
    Police said the assailant, Khalid Masood, 52, had the birth name Adrian Russell…
  8. Two killed when high school team bus, 18-wheeler, car collide

    Cbsnews.com - Top Stories 03.24 / 10:06 cbsnews.com
    Two people were killed when a bus carrying a Texas high school boys track team back from a meet got into an accident with an 18-wheeler and a car Thursday night, officials say.Mount Pleasant, Texas schools Superintendent Judd Marshall says two buses from Mount Pleasant High -- one carrying the boys team and the other the girls team – were returning from a competition in Paris, Texas when the collision occurred, in Talco. According to Marshall, the18-wheeler veered…
  1. Council elections: Labour gains in City of London and candidate disqualified in Blackburn

    Labourlist.org - Politics 03.24 / 10:54 labourlist.org
    Labour have made a breakthrough in elections in the City of London and seen a candidate disqualified in a council by-election in Blackburn. Labour had won the vote in Higher Croft, Blackburn, but the candidate has been disqualified. It is likely that the disqualification happened as the candidate was employed in a profession which is incompatible with holding office. A second by-election is likely. Labour have now got five seats on the City of London corporation, after their full elections…
  2. UK's Brexit bill we be around £50bn, says Juncker

    Poandpo.com - Politics 03.24 / 10:45 poandpo.com
    Britain's bill for exiting the European Union will be close to £50bn and "must be honoured", European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker said, but he is not approaching the impending divorce proceedings in a hostile mood. The EC chief told the BBC that the Brussels would negotiate with the UK in a friendly and …
  3. Under pressure, Dems hold back Gorsuch support

    Thehill.com - Politics 03.24 / 10:37 thehill.com
    Democratic support for the Supreme Court nominee is looking less…
  4. Trump’s deal-making reputation on line today with health vote

    Mcclatchydc.com - Politics 03.24 / 10:24 mcclatchydc.com
    Donald Trump prizes his skills as a negotiator. It’s the No. 1 selling point for the author of “The Art of the Deal.” But Trump could see his first legislative … Click to Continue »…
  5. O’Donnell: Hillbilly Justice — How the Battle of Kings Mountain Changed the Course of the Revolution

    Breitbart.com - Politics 03.24 / 10:16 breitbart.com
    In the fall of 1780, it looked like the Patriots had all but lost the American Revolution. But a certain group of Americans from Appalachia weren’t having it. On a cold day in October 1780, they took matters into their own hands on Kings Mountain in South C…
  6. OP-ED | What Happens If ESPN Fails?

    Ctnewsjunkie.com - Politics 03.24 / 10:14 ctnewsjunkie.com
    As if Connecticut didn’t have enough to worry about amid the economic disruption caused by revenue shortfalls and a state government unwilling to live within its means. One of the business community’s jewels is, by some accounts,…
  7. Labor Uses Ad To Call On Lawmakers To Protect Their Jobs

    Ctnewsjunkie.com - Politics 03.24 / 10:14 ctnewsjunkie.com
    HARTFORD, CT — One day before public employee unions are expected to pack the Legislative Office Building in opposition to dozens of anti-union bills being heard by the Appropriations Committee, the largest healthcare workers union launched a television ad calling on lawmakers to protect their…
  8. Ivanka's lawyer, a Democrat, defends herself

    Politico.com -Politics 03.24 / 10:09 www.politico.com
    Jamie Gorelick, a veteran of President Bill Clinton's Justice Department and a Hillary Clinton supporter, explains why she's working for Trump's daughter…
  1. Officials: Death of student who fell from roof an accident

    O.seattletimes.com - World 03.24 / 10:59 o.seattletimes.com
    HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The Connecticut medical examiner has ruled the death of an 18-year-old college student who fell from the roof of a building that housed a Hartford bar an accident. State Medical Examiner James Gill says that Taylor Lavoie, of East Granby, died from blunt force trauma after falling from the four-story building […
  2. Indonesian police arrest militants setting up jihadi camp

    O.seattletimes.com - World 03.24 / 10:59 o.seattletimes.com
    JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Indonesia’s counterterrorism squad says it has arrested four suspected Islamic militants who were trying to establish a jihadist training camp in eastern Indonesia and who likely had links with Abu Sayyaf militants in the southern Philippines. National Police spokesman Boy Rafli Amar said the men were arrested in several locations on […
  3. Sunken S. Korean ferry set to be loaded on transport vessel

    O.seattletimes.com - World 03.24 / 10:59 o.seattletimes.com
    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Salvage crews towed a corroded 6,800-ton South Korean ferry toward a transport vessel on Friday after it was successfully raised from waters off the country’s southwest coast. The massive attempt to bring the ferry back to shore, nearly three years after it sank, killing 304 people, is being closely watched […
  4. Sunken S. Korean ferry set to be loaded on transport vessel

    Ww.abc6.com - World 03.24 / 10:51 ww.abc6.com
    Salvage crews are towing a corroded 6,800-ton South Korean ferry toward a transport vessel after it was successfully raised from waters off the country's southwest…
  5. At Baghdad rally, Iraq cleric threatens to boycott elections

    Ww.abc6.com - World 03.24 / 10:51 ww.abc6.com
    Iraq's influential Shiite cleric threatens to boycott upcoming elections, calls followers to a 'reform…
  6. London attack: More details released on suspect Khalid Masood

    Khalid Masood, who attacked Britain's Parliament, killing four people and wounding some 50, was born Adrian Russell Ajao, London's top counterterror officer said…
  7. German Parliament passes toll for passenger cars

    Capitalbay.com - World 03.24 / 10:48 capitalbay.com
    By Associated Press Published: 06:09 EDT, 24 March 2017 | Updated: 06:15 EDT, 24 March 2017 BERLIN (AP) - Germany's Parliament…
  8. Sydney terror attack 'only a matter of time'

    Capitalbay.com - World 03.24 / 10:48 capitalbay.com
    Experts warn it's 'only a matter of time' before Sydney is hit by terrorist attackIt comes after a horrific terrorist attack in London on…
  1. ‘I’m president and you’re not’: Trump in Time interview

    Rinf.com - U.S. 03.24 / 10:31 rinf.com
    CNBCMarch 23, 2017 President Donald Trump “would not accept the premise” that his unsubstantiated or misleading claims could risk hurting his credibility, according to a Time Interview published Thursday. “Hey, look. I can’t be doing so badly, because I’m president and you’re not,” he told the magazine in an article titled, “Can President Trump Handle the Truth?” The […]…
  2. US-Israel talks end in Washington without agreement on settlements

    Rinf.com - U.S. 03.24 / 10:31 rinf.com
    Four days of “intensive” discussions between the Trump administration and senior Israeli officials in Washington have ended without an agreement on a settlement construction policy. The White House expressed President Donald Trump’s concerns about the Israeli settlement activity and the Israeli delegation agreed to take those concerns into consideration, according to a joint statement issued [R…
  3. The West is becoming Irrelevant: The World is Laughing

    Rinf.com - U.S. 03.24 / 10:31 rinf.com
    I was recently told by an Asian friend of mine who is working in Paris: Lately I stopped following almost all that is happening politically in the United States, in the UK and even here in France. It all feels suddenly so irrelevant, a waste of time. Statements like this would be unimaginable only one…
  4. The Obama Plot

    Rinf.com - U.S. 03.24 / 10:31 rinf.com
    Devin Nunes just set the cat down among the pigeons. Two days after FBI Director James Comey assured us there was no truth to President Trump’s tweet about being wiretapped by Barack Obama, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said Trump may have had more than just a small point. The U.S. intelligence community, […
  5. Now you can ‘chat’ with an Anne Frank robot

    Rinf.com - U.S. 03.24 / 10:31 rinf.com
    People can now “chat” with Anne Frank through a computer-generated bot. The Anne Frank House in Amsterdam and Facebook have partnered on the bot, which was released at the museum Tuesday by Prince Constantijn of the Netherlands in honor of International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, the Anne Frank House said in a [&#…
  6. New powerful telescopes allow direct imaging of nascent galaxies 12 billion light years away

    Rawstory.com - U.S. 03.24 / 10:31 rawstory.com
    How does a galaxy like our own Milky Way form? Until now there’s been a lot of inferring involved in answering that question. The basic story is that gas collects toward the center of roughly spherical “halos” of matter. The gas then cools, condenses, fragments and eventually collapses to form stars…
  7. 10 Things to Know for Today

    Federalnewsradio.com - U.S. 03.24 / 10:29 federalnewsradio.com
    10 Things to Know for Today The post 10 Things to Know for Today appeared first on…
  8. US drug trial delayed for Haitian politician, coup leader

    Billingsgazette.com - U.S. 03.24 / 10:17 billingsgazette.com
    MIAMI (AP) — A trial on U.S. drug trafficking charges has been delayed a month for a former Haitian coup leader and recent senator-elect in that c…
  1. Aid Group Fears Hundreds Drowned off Libya

    Breitbart.com - Europe 03.24 / 10:45 breitbart.com
    A Spanish aid organization says it fears hundreds of migrants may have died off the coast of Libya after five bodies were found near two capsized boats while the search for a third vessel reported missing has so far proved…
  2. France’s Scandal-Hit Fillon Turns on President Hollande, Acusses Him of Media Leaks

    Breitbart.com - Europe 03.24 / 10:45 breitbart.com
    PARIS (AFP) - French right-wing presidential candidate Francois Fillon on Thursday accused President Francois Hollande, a Socialist, of orchestrating media leaks that have dented his image as a scandal free leader a month ahead of the key…
  3. Canadian Parliament Passes Controversial Islamophobia Motion

    Breitbart.com - Europe 03.24 / 10:45 breitbart.com
    The Canadian House of Commons has passed motion M103 which singles out the criticism of Islam as a form of "Islamophobia". Critics condemn it as an attack on free…
  4. British MP: Iran Attempting to Set Up Proxy Front in Syria to Threaten Israel

    Breitbart.com - Europe 03.24 / 10:45 breitbart.com
    Labor MP Joan Ryan said that Iran is attempting to pose a new threat on Israel by funding Hezbollah terrorists and creating a "second front in southern Syria with which to threaten…
  5. Westminster Terror Attack Witness: ‘Tranquil London Was Like Jerusalem’

    Breitbart.com - Europe 03.24 / 10:45 breitbart.com
    Israeli educator Miriam Peretz — a bereaved mother of two fallen IDF soldiers — was an eyewitness on Wednesday to the aftermath of the deadly terrorist rampage next to the British Parliament building in central London, the Hebrew news site nrg rep…
  6. 43 percent of French voters are hesitant about who to vote for in the presidential election

    CNBC - Europe 03.24 / 10:02 cnbc.com
    With a month to go until the French election, around four in 10 voters are hesitant about who to vote for, a poll said on…
  7. EU Highlights ‘Growing Menace of Right-wing Extremism’ Day After Westminster Attack

    Breitbart.com - Europe 03.24 / 09:37 breitbart.com
    Top Eurocrat Julian King urged people "to keep in mind the growing menace of Right-wing violent extremism" just one day after a radical Islamic terrorist murdered a number of people in Westminster,…
  8. ZUMWALT: France — Where an Age of Enlightenment Once Flourished, Turbidity Now Reigns

    Breitbart.com - Europe 03.24 / 09:37 breitbart.com
    Recent incidents in France are most telling about an Age of Enlightenment giving way, albeit centuries later, to an “Age of T…
  1. Tariffs reach record low in first tender

    Windpowermonthly.com - Asia 03.24 / 09:36 windpowermonthly.com
    INDIA: India's first reverse bidding wind auction, allocating 1GW of wind projects, defied all expectations with a price of INR 3.46/kWh…
  2. We Will Fight Back in Defense of Our Communities

    Newamericamedia.org - Asia 03.24 / 08:31 newamericamedia.org
    As Donald Trump’s presidency barely passes its one-month mark, Trump has launched profound threats against immigrants and refugees, our human rights, and our climate. In the face of his hateful and destructive policies, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) a…
  3. Doing business in the Philippines, the strongest economy in Asia

    Balitangamerica.tv - PHILIPPINES 03.24 / 03:23 balitangamerica.tv
      by Rommel Conclara, ABS-CBN News   Philippine officials were recently in San Francisco, looking to court US companies to the Philippines. Officials hoped that companies would be persuaded because of the strong Philippine economy — which economists say is the strongest in all of Asia. “The number one consideration is the GDP,” said Undersecretary […
  4. Sleepless nights give rise to new booming industry in Korea

    Koreatimesus.com - Korea 03.24 / 02:01 koreatimesus.com
    SEOUL, March 16 (Yonhap) — Saddled with a slew of onerous tasks at home and work, Kang Dong-heun sleeps around five hours a day. The 37-year-old high-school teacher raises a hyperactive toddler daughter and helps his students striving to enter top-tier universities. The demanding obligations force Kang to drink up to five cups of coffee…
  5. Indian court orders website to take down two articles on lawmaker

    Cpj.org - Asia 03.24 / 00:28 cpj.org
    A city civil court in the southern Indian city of Bangalore on March 2, 2017, ordered the news website The Wire to take down two articles critical of Rajeev Chandrasekhar, a member of India's upper house of parliament, according to one of the website's founding editor and news…
  6. Free Education Helps Combat Child Labour in Fiji

    Ipsnews.net - Asia 03.24 / 00:20 ipsnews.net
    In the South Pacific nation of Fiji, free and compulsory education, introduced three years ago, in association with better awareness and child protection measures, is helping to reduce children’s vulnerability to harmful and hazardous forms of work. But eliminating child labour, which is also prevalent in other Pacific Island states, such as Papua New Guinea […
  7. Asian Americans Advancing Justice Applauds Federal Court Order Blocking Revised Travel Ban

    Today, a Federal court in Hawaii blocked a second attempt by President Trump to ban Muslims from entering the country. “We applaud the court for recognizing the blatant discriminatory intent behind the executive order,” said Elica Vafaie, Staff Attorney and Program Manager at Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Asian Law Caucus. “If this is implemented, it will have devastating consequences for our commu…
  8. Asian Americans Advancing Justice Strongly Opposes Restrictionist Immigration Bill

    Asian Americans Advancing Justice Strongly Opposes Restrictionist Immigration Bill Washington, DC — Today, Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) and Senator David Perdue (R-GA) filed a bill called the RAISE Act that would upend the immigration system to further a white n…
  1. Egypt agrees to train Lebanese army: 'It is time for Lebanon to decide its destiny on its own'

    Albawaba.com - Middle Easte 03.24 / 10:07 albawaba.com
    In an interview with state-run news agency MENA, Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri said that he called on President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to take part in training the Lebanese army; a request to which Sisi responded favorably during their meeting at the presidential palace on Wednesday. © Copyright Egypt Independent. All rights reserved. read …
  2. Canada passes M-103 motion against Islamophobia

    Aljazeera.com - Middle Easte 03.24 / 10:06 aljazeera.com
    Non-binding motion tasks Canadian government with study to develop ways to address racism and…
  3. Geneva talks resume as fighting rages in Hama, Damascus

    Aljazeera.com - Middle Easte 03.24 / 10:06 aljazeera.com
    Hopes for breakthrough or concessions from either side remain low, amid ongoing violence in Damascus and…
  4. Jordanians in Karak find unity in wake of tragedy

    Aljazeera.com - Middle Easte 03.24 / 10:06 aljazeera.com
    New initiatives aim to strengthen the town's sense of community, after a December ISIL attack that killed 10…
  5. 14 years on, Where’s Iraq’s Democracy? ـ

    2003 was a fateful year for Iraqis, with some hoping that there would be a new era of freedom and democracy and others sceptical about American intentions, writes Tallha…
  6. Yemen rebel missile kills Saudi soldier

    Missile launched late Thursday from rebel-controlled area in Yemen, hits base in Dhahran South, killing border…
  7. Israeli settlements: 2016 marks 'second highest construction starts in past 15 years'

    Albawaba.com - Middle Easte 03.24 / 08:59 albawaba.com
    Israeli construction of illegal settlement homes in the occupied West Bank rose by 40 percent in 2016 compared with the previous year, official figures showed Wednesday. Ground was broken on 2,630 housing units last year compared with 1,884 in 2015, figures from Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics showed. Anti-settlement NGO Peace Now called it "the second highest number of construction starts in the past 15 years". …
  8. Turkish FM in Switzerland amid rising tensions with Europe

    Swiss FM underscores validity of Swiss law on Swiss soil, urges Turkey to comply with it in reference to campaign appearance amongst diaspora…
  1. News24.com | Magician on trial for Cape Town woman's murder may cut deal

    News24.com - Africa 03.24 / 11:01 www.news24.com
    A man accused of killing a Cape Town woman on her 21st birthday might cut a deal with the State, the Western Cape High Court has…
  2. News24.com | Charges against OR Tambo airport heist suspect withdrawn

    News24.com - Africa 03.24 / 11:01 www.news24.com
    The State has provisionally withdrawn charges against two men allegedly involved in the multi-million-rand OR Tambo International Airport heist, but then re-enrolled charges against one of…
  3. News24.com | Police hot on the heels of Johannesburg taxi gang

    News24.com - Africa 03.24 / 11:01 www.news24.com
    The Gauteng government says police are close to making a breakthrough in their investigation of the gang rapes and robberies of several women in minibus taxis in…
  4. News24.com | 2 found guilty of fatal assault of Maties graduate

    News24.com - Africa 03.24 / 11:01 www.news24.com
    Two men have been found guilty of fatally assaulting Stellenbosch University graduate Carl Schoombie in…
  5. News24.com | PICS: Exiled Gambian ex-leader Jammeh works on farm in Equatorial Guinea

    News24.com - Africa 03.24 / 11:01 www.news24.com
    Pictures of former Gambian president Yahya Jammeh working on a farm in Equatorial Guinea have emerged on social…
  6. News24.com | Police kill at least 1 student demonstrator in Sierra Leone

    News24.com - Africa 03.24 / 11:01 www.news24.com
    Amnesty International says Sierra Leone security forces have killed at least one person and injured two others after opening fire on students demonstrating in the city of…
  7. News24.com | At least 250 Africans feared dead on 'Black Day' in Mediterranean

    News24.com - Africa 03.24 / 11:01 www.news24.com
    Over 250 African migrants are feared drowned in the Mediterranean after a charity's rescue boat found five corpses close to two sinking rubber dinghies off…
  8. News24.com | Top Africa stories: Zim, Angola, DRC

    News24.com - Africa 03.24 / 11:01 www.news24.com
    Zimbabwe's opposition parties have labelled globetrotting President Robert Mugabe a "non-resident president", and floods in Angola have killed at least eleven people and left thousands…
  1. MX drops 3 places on development index

    Mexiconewsdaily.com - Latin America 03.24 / 02:53 mexiconewsdaily.com
    Mexico’s ranking on the United Nations Human Development Index has declined for the fourth year in a row. The 2016 report, released Tuesday, puts Mexico in 77th place on the FULL STORY The post MX drops 3 places on development index appeared first on Mexico News D…
  2. 13 Morelos mayors pay extortion fees

    Mexiconewsdaily.com - Latin America 03.24 / 00:38 mexiconewsdaily.com
    Thirteen mayors in the state of Morelos have allegedly been paying extortion fees to the crime gang known as Los Rojos, buying protection for themselves and their families, the state Security FULL STORY The post 13 Morelos mayors pay extortion fees appeared first on Mexico News …
  3. Activist priest goes on offensive in Veracruz

    Mexiconewsdaily.com - Latin America 03.23 / 23:27 mexiconewsdaily.com
    Catholic priest and social justice activist Alejandro Solalinde Guerra, who has described Veracruz as Mexico’s biggest graveyard, denounced both politicians and church officials for crime and complicity yesterday during a FULL STORY The post Activist priest goes on offensive in Veracruz appeared first on Mexico News…
  4. New Recipe for School Meals Programmes in Latin America

    Ipsnews.net - Latin America 03.23 / 23:04 ipsnews.net
    Sunita Daniel remembers what the school lunch programmes were like in her Caribbean island nation, Saint Lucía, until a couple of years ago: meals made of processed foods and imported products, and little integration with the surrounding communities. This changed after Daniel, then head of planning in the Agriculture Ministry, visited Brazil in 2014 and …
  5. Reporter assassinated in Chihuahua capital

    Mexiconewsdaily.com - Latin America 03.23 / 22:16 mexiconewsdaily.com
    A well known Chihuahua journalist was killed this morning in the state capital, the third to be assassinated in Mexico this month. Miroslava Breach Velducea, 54, was killed by four FULL STORY The post Reporter assassinated in Chihuahua capital appeared first on Mexico News…
  6. Amid Mexico talks, Trump calls deportations a “military operation”

    Wsws.org - Latin America 03.23 / 21:36 wsws.org
    The president’s provocative statement came as his secretaries of State and Homeland Security were in Mexico attempting to secure the collaboration of the Peña Nieto go…
  7. Chief Justice Cantil-Sakauye Objects to ICE Tactics at California Courthouses

    Newamericamedia.org - Latin America 03.23 / 21:35 newamericamedia.org
    In a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Secretary John Kelly, Chief Justice of California Tani Cantil-Sakauye said she was "deeply concerned about reports from some of our trial courts that immigration agents appear to be stalking undocumented immigrants in our co…
  8. Young medical interns put their foot in it

    Mexiconewsdaily.com - Latin America 03.23 / 20:05 mexiconewsdaily.com
    A photograph of an amputated foot has cost two medical interns their jobs at an IMSS clinic in Monterrey, Nuevo León. In a photograph they posted on Twitter the two are seen FULL STORY The post Young medical interns put their foot in it appeared first on Mexico News Da…