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Ukraine president calls for relaunch of anti-terrorist operation

Acting President Oleksander Turchynov said two 'brutally tortured' bodies had been found near the city of Slaviansk, which is in the hands of pro-Russian militants.

UN: Rebels slaughtered 'hundreds' in ethnic massacres in the world's youngest nation

Fighters took to the radio urging rival groups to be forced from the town and for men to rape women from the opposition ethnic group.

Meb Keflezighi just became the first American to win the Boston Marathon in 31 years (LIVE BLOG)

Across the city, people could be seen wearing 'Boston Strong' shirts, with banners bearing the mantra proudly displayed in stores, restaurants and hotels.

Yemen says air strikes killed 55 Al Qaeda militants on Sunday

Yemen's defense ministry justified the 'unprecedented operation,' saying 'terrorist elements were planning to target vital civilian and military installations.'

Nepali sherpas demand compensation for families of avalanche victims

There is no provision for compensation for Sherpas who are hired by international expeditions to carry gear.

Biden heads to Ukraine after deadly gunfight on Easter shatters truce

Russia's foreign ministry declared its 'outrage' at the attack, in which three pro-Russian separatists were killed.

Most missing passengers are thought to be trapped inside the sunken ferry

JINDO, South Korea — Divers retrieved 18 more bodies on Sunday, all from inside the sunken ferry Sewol, as hopes were fading rapidly for any survivors among hundreds of people who still remained missing.

Pope Francis asks everyone to remember what Easter is really about

Pope Francis celebrated Easter mass on Sunday with a message of social solidarity as the world's Orthodox marked a holiday marred by bitter divisions over Ukraine and clashes in Jerusalem.
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