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Raw Feed Video: Costa Rica capital on lockdown for Obama visit

SAN JOSE — Police block Costa Rica's main avenues and stores and offices shut as Barack Obama comes for Central America conference.

Unedited video: Aftermath of the Sheikh Maqsoud attack (GRAPHIC)

Witnesses said a canister released some kind of toxic chemical, killing two children and their mother in an April 13 attack on the Sheikh Maqsoud neighborhood of Aleppo, Syria. Experts haven't identified the chemical, but say its effects are not consistent with banned chemical weapons like sarin gas. This unedited video was shot by Kurdish media activist Rojhit Azad and obtained by GlobalPost Senior Correspondent Tracey Shelton.

Raw Feed Video: Russians speak out on Boston bombing

MOSCOW, PIKALYOVO and OKULOVKA — As Russia helps in efforts to investigate the Boston Marathon bombing, Russians express sympathy for the victims and seem divided over the suspects' guilt.

Raw Feed: Russians speak out on Boston bombing

Video: Was this a chemical attack?

At least three people are dead after exposure to what witnesses say was a toxic chemical in Aleppo, Syria.

Raw feed video: Violence in Venezuela as opposition demands election recount

CARACAS — Seven people were killed and more than 60 injured in post-election street violence that erupted Monday in different Venezuelan cities Monday, according to the authorities.

Raw Feed Video: Horsemeat? Mais non!

The butchers at Rugis Market in Paris they're not surprised cheap meat has been found in cheap frozen lasagna. But, for the record, they don't have anything against horsemeat.

Raw Feed Video: Horsemeat? Mais non!

Raw Feed Video: Divided and disillusioned, Italians head to the polls

ROME — Europe watches as Italians, tired of the status quo, cast their votes. Silvio Berlusconi is on the ballot yet again, but the predicted favorite is an ex-communist with the center-left Democratic Party, Pier Luigi Bersani. And commentators now say the underdog anti-establishment Five Star Movement, led by comedian and activist Beppe Grillo, may come in a surprise second.

Raw Feed Video: Divided and disillusioned, Italians prepare to head to the polls

Europe watches as Italians, tired of the status quo, prepare to cast their votes Sunday and Monday. Silvio Berlusconi is on the ballot yet again, but the current favorite is an ex-Communist with the center-left Democratic Party, Pier Luigi Bersani. And commentators now say the underdog anti-establishment Five Star Movement, led by comedian and activist, Beppe Grillo, may come in a surprise second.

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