Christine Lagarde, Managing Director or the International Monetary Fund (IMF), delivers remarks on the world economy and the upcoming IMF meetings, on the campus of Johns Hopkins in Washington, D.C. on April 2, 2014.
Eleven ossuaries from the Second Temple Period were discovered in a random check on a car near Hizme, outside Jerusalem. The ossuaries contain Jewish bones and were taken from caves in Jerusalem. The thieves were on their way to sell them to an anonymous buyer in Tel Aviv. Jews used ossuaries from 100 BC until 70 AD.
Rescue efforts continue in the aftermath of mudslide that buried the town of Oso, some 55 miles north of Seattle, Washington. Some 25 bodies have been discovered with 90 missing from the tragic mudslide.
The Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America placed 1,892 flags on the National Mall to represent the 1,892 veterans and service members who have committed suicide this year, in Washington, D.C., on March 27, 2014
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