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Venezuelan mayor arrested by secret police for inciting anti-government protests

Venezuelan mayor arrested by secret police for inciting anti-government protests

Venezuelan secret police arrested San Cristobal Mayor Daniel Ceballos on Wednesday in continued crackdown on anti-government protesters.
JC Finley
Bin Laden's son-in-law: I warned Bin Laden U.S. would kill him

Bin Laden's son-in-law: I warned Bin Laden U.S. would kill him

In surprise testimony from Osama bin Laden's son-in-law during his terror trial, Sulaiman Abu Ghaith said he warned the al-Qaida leader the U.S. would kill him.
Aileen Graef
Obama announces sanctions against 'key sectors of the Russian economy'

Obama announces sanctions against 'key sectors of the Russian economy'

President Obama announced Thursday that the U.S. government was imposing new sanctions against Russia, including against "key sectors of the Russian economy."
JC Finley
Crimea officials release Ukraine naval officer, EU considers sanctions

Crimea officials release Ukraine naval officer, EU considers sanctions

The Ukrainian naval commander detained for a day in Sevastopol was among the seven people released by Crimean authorities Thursday, officials said.
Russia moves closer to Crimea annexation with Lower House approval

Russia moves closer to Crimea annexation with Lower House approval

Russia moved closer to officially annexing Crimea from Ukraine with Russia's Lower House of Parliament voting in favor of the annexation treaty on Thursday.
JC Finley
Abducted Ukrainian Navy commander, taken in Crimea raid, released along with others

Abducted Ukrainian Navy commander, taken in Crimea raid, released along with others

Ukrainian Navy Commander Serhiy Haiduk, abducted Wednesday in Crimea reportedly by Russian FSB, has been released along with several other Ukrainian hostages.
JC Finley
Happy Nowruz, Iran

Happy Nowruz, Iran

The U.S. Department of State sent its salutations to the Iranian people Thursday on the occasion of Nowruz, the Persian New Year.
JC Finley
Admitting defeat, Ukraine troops set to leave Crimea

Admitting defeat, Ukraine troops set to leave Crimea

The central government in Kiev announced that they plan to evacuate all Ukrainian military personnel and their families from the Crimean peninsula.
Aileen Graef
Search for Malaysia Airlines flight 370 debris near Australia hampered by low visibility

Search for Malaysia Airlines flight 370 debris near Australia hampered by low visibility

Australian, New Zealand, and U.S. aircraft searched the ocean near Perth, Australia for possible plane debris of missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370.
JC Finley
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Australia spots possible debris off Perth coast

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Australia spots possible debris off Perth coast

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott told Parliament of a possible breakthrough in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Kate Stanton

Biden meets with presidents of Latvia and Lithuania to discuss Crimea

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden assured the presidents of Latvia and Lithuania that Russia is vulnerable to economic sanctions during a meeting Wednesday.
Ukrainian officials, sent by prime minister to defuse crisis, barred from entering Crimea

Ukrainian officials, sent by prime minister to defuse crisis, barred from entering Crimea

Ukrainian officials directed "to urgently fly to Crimea" by the prime minister on Tuesday were barred from entering the Crimea region.
JC Finley
Ukraine seeks U.N.. action after naval base in Crimea seized

Ukraine seeks U.N.. action after naval base in Crimea seized

Ukraine said it would ask the UN to declare Crimea a "demilitarized zone" after pro-Russian activists seized control Wednesday of the naval headquarters.

Police: New suspect in disappearance of Madeleine McCann

Authorities investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in Portugal are now looking for a man accused of sexually abusing five British girls in Algarve.
NATO condemns Russian military for killing Ukrainian officer in Crimea

NATO condemns Russian military for killing Ukrainian officer in Crimea

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said Russia's incursion into and annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region is "illegal and illegitimate."
JC Finley
Italian Supreme Court upholds Berlusconi's ban from office

Italian Supreme Court upholds Berlusconi's ban from office

Italy's Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a two-year ban on former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi holding a public office.
Chinese schools investigated for giving prescription drugs to kindergarteners without parental permission

Chinese schools investigated for giving prescription drugs to kindergarteners without parental permission

Chinese authorities are investigating the illegal administration of prescription drugs to kindergarten students at schools in three Chinese provinces.
JC Finley

Batang Kali massacre inquiry request denied by appeals court

A British appeals court has rejected a request for a new investigation into the 1948 Batang Kali massacre, but have paved the way for another appeal.
State Department explains process for Syrian embassy closure

State Department explains process for Syrian embassy closure

The State Department provided more information Wednesday regarding the ordered closure of the Syrian embassy in Washington and honorary consulates.
JC Finley

British nuclear power company accused of withholding information

Environmental groups Wednesday accused EDF, an energy company and proprietor of nuclear plants in Britain, of a lack of transparency on safety issues.

Two students die in clashes at Egyptian universities

Two students died in clashes with security forces Wednesday as university students across Egypt protested harsh government prison sentences, officials said.

Former Bangladeshi PM indicted for graft at charities

Former Bangladeshi Prime Minister Khaleda Zia was charged with corruption for allegedly illegally collecting more than $1 million in donations for charities.

Report: S. Africa's Zuma spent millions in public money on his estate

A government report that South African President Jacob Zuma spent lavishly on his private home has become a scandal for his party as it prepares for elections.

Turkish man kills 6 former workers before committing suicide

A Turkish man allegedly fatally shot six of his former coworkers at the Turkish Statistics Institute before committing suicide on Wednesday, officials said.
The 'startlingly simple theory' behind missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370

The 'startlingly simple theory' behind missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370

Experienced pilot Chris Goodfellow offers "a startlingly simple theory about the missing Malaysia Airlines jet" that is gaining online attention.
JC Finley
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