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Ukrainian killed in first bloodshed in Crimea

Ukraine said one of its soldiers was killed in Crimea Tuesday in the first case of bloodshed since Russian troops and pro-Kremlin militia seized the rebel peninsula almost three weeks ago. Duration: 00:36 Mar 19, 2014
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Yemen youth demand Saleh trial over uprising killings

Hundreds rallied in Yemen's capital on Tuesday, on the anniversary of the 2011 killing of 45 protesters against Ali Abdullah Saleh. The protesters demanded that the former president and aides be tried for their deaths. Duration: 00:58 Mar 18, 2014
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Greenpeace activists sneak into French nuclear plant

Dozens of Greenpeace activists sneaked into a nuclear power plant in eastern France at dawn Tuesday in the latest break-in by the environmental group to highlight alleged security weaknesses at nuclear facilities. Duration: 00:41 Mar 18, 2014
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Syrians feel abandoned and hopeless: UN official

The head of a UN panel investigating human rights abuses in Syria says the country's population feels "abandoned and hopeless", and that armed groups operating in the country number in the hundreds. Duration: 01:31 Mar 18, 2014
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PoK opposes Kashmir Council established by Pakistan

Muzaffarabad, PoK, March 18: Pakistan occupied Kashmir or PoK is a mere show piece in the hands of Islamabad. Pakistan which calls pok as aazad or free kashmir, administers the disputed region through a puppet government. Mar 18, 2014
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Vladimir Putin signs treaty to incorporate Crimea into Russia

Moscow, March 18 (ANI): Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday signed a treaty to incorporate Crimea into Russia, shortly after delivering a speech before the parliament in which he said that Crimea was and is an integral part of Russia. The signing in the Kremlin came two days after Crimeans voted overwhelmingly to secede from Ukraine and join Russia in a referendum condemned by the Ukrainian government, the United States and the European Union as illegitimate. Putin drew applause and a standing ovation as he began addressing a joint session of parliament at the Kremlin. Mar 18, 2014