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Ukraine submits proof of Russian covert actions

Ukraine submits proof of Russian covert actions

Ukraine submitted evidence to the European Union Wednesday of what it called proof that Russian special-operations troops have been deployed in Ukraine.
Guantanamo judge adjourns hearings

Guantanamo judge adjourns hearings

U.S. Army Col. James Pohl, overseeing the prosecution of five Sept. 11, 2001 terror suspects at Guantanamo Bay, suspended hearings until Wednesday afternoon.
Ed Adamczyk
Iran reacts to U.S. ban on proposed U.N. ambassador

Iran reacts to U.S. ban on proposed U.N. ambassador

The Iranian justice minister says the U.S. government's refusal to issue a visa to Iran's UN envoy is a violation of international law.
JC Finley
Mayor of Mexican 'drug cartel' city arrested on extortion charges

Mayor of Mexican 'drug cartel' city arrested on extortion charges

The mayor of Apatzingan, Mexico, a stronghold of the Knights Templar drug cartel, was arrested on suspicion of extorting money for the cartel.
Ed Adamczyk
Egypt bans Muslim Brotherhood candidates from elections

Egypt bans Muslim Brotherhood candidates from elections

An Egyptian court ordered the ban on current and former members of the Muslim Brotherhood from running in the upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections.
JC Finley
Pro-Russian militias in military vehicles take over Slovyansk, Ukraine

Pro-Russian militias in military vehicles take over Slovyansk, Ukraine

A pro-Russian militia of 100 men commandeered military vehicles believed to be of the Ukrainian army, and drove them to the town square of Slovyansk, Ukraine.
Ed Adamczyk
Pope Francis gives a ride to 5th graders in popemobile

Pope Francis gives a ride to 5th graders in popemobile

Pope Francis became even more popular when he stopped his car after Palm Sunday Mass and gave two 11-year-olds a ride around St. Peter's Square.
Aileen Graef
Saudi spy chief relieved of his post by royal order

Saudi spy chief relieved of his post by royal order

Prince Bandar Bin Sultan was removed from his position as Chief of General Intelligence on Tuesday following a royal decree.
JC Finley
NATO enhances forces in response to Russian aggression

NATO enhances forces in response to Russian aggression

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen announced on Wednesday additional steps to strengthen the collective defense of NATO allies in response to Russia.
JC Finley
South Korea ferry sinks with more than 470 on board, at least 2 dead

South Korea ferry sinks with more than 470 on board, at least 2 dead

A ferry carrying more than 300 high school students capsized off the coast of South Korea.
Kate Stanton
Calgary stabbings: 5 dead in house party stabbing spree

Calgary stabbings: 5 dead in house party stabbing spree

The suspect has been identified as Matthew de Grood, the son of a veteran police officer.
Kate Stanton
Pro-Russian protesters remove emblem from government building in Ukraine

Pro-Russian protesters remove emblem from government building in Ukraine

Pro-Russian activists who are occupying government buildings in Sloviansk removed the Ukrainian coat of arms and flag from the front of city hall Tuesday.
Aileen Graef

Latvia bans Russian state television, plans new Russian-language channel

Latvia's three-month ban of Russian state television entered its second week, with Latvia Television announcing the creation of a Russian-language channel.
Ed Adamczyk
Abu Ghraib prison is closed, Iraq says

Abu Ghraib prison is closed, Iraq says

The Abu Ghraib prison, site of a notorious prisoner abuse scandal, is closed because of fears it could be overrun by Sunni insurgents.
Ed Adamczyk
Indian Supreme Court rules in favor of gender self-identification

Indian Supreme Court rules in favor of gender self-identification

India's Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that citizens are free to self-identify their gender.
JC Finley
Call for removal of Russian tanks from Berlin World War II memorial

Call for removal of Russian tanks from Berlin World War II memorial

Two German newspapers, citing Russian aggression against Ukraine, called for the removal of two Russian tanks from a World War II memorial in Berlin Tuesday.
Ed Adamczyk
Syrian opposition urges U.S. action after Aleppo 'genocide'

Syrian opposition urges U.S. action after Aleppo 'genocide'

The head of the Syrian National Coalition has asked the U.S. and other nations to take action to stop the "genocide" after bombings in Aleppo.
Aileen Graef
U.N., U.S. applaud Guinea-Bissau on presidential and parliamentary elections

U.N., U.S. applaud Guinea-Bissau on presidential and parliamentary elections

The UN and the U.S. congratulated Guinea-Bissau on its timely and orderly presidential and parliamentary elections.
JC Finley
EU Foreign Affairs Council meets to discuss Ukraine situation

EU Foreign Affairs Council meets to discuss Ukraine situation

The European Union Foreign Affairs Council convened on Monday in Luxembourg to discuss a range of issues, including the crisis in Ukraine.
JC Finley
China beefs up corruption investigation department

China beefs up corruption investigation department

China’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection has added 100 new investigators, a senior official said Tuesday in Beijing.
Ed Adamczyk
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