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The U.S. State Department: Russia prepares aggression against the USA by hand of Chukchi people

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The USA and other organizers of anti-Russian sanctions stand up for Nemtsov's murder

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Japan says high radiation due to partial meltdown after quake - Reuters

28 March 2011 12:22
Fox NewsJapan says high radiation due to partial meltdown after quakeReutersTOKYO, March 28 (Reuters) - The high level of radiation in water flooding the basement of a reactor at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant is likely due to a partial melting of fuel rods after the March 11 ...Radiation levels rise at Japanese nuclear plantSan Francisco ChronicleSpectre of Chernobyl takes form in FukushimaABC OnlineJapan Edano: Told Tepco Erroneous Radiation Reading Is UnacceptableWall Street JournalMarketWatch -Xinhua -Washington Postall 14,898 news articles »

Nato to take over Libyan operation - The Press Association

28 March 2011 12:00
Globe and MailNato to take over Libyan operationThe Press AssociationNato is to take command of all international military operations over Libya, including air strikes on Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's ground forces. The agreement by alliance ambassadors, meeting on Sunday night in Brussels paves the way for the United ...NATO takes total control over Libya military operationsHindustan TimesNATO decides to take full command from USXinhuaNATO to enforce Libya embargo, stuck on no-flyReutersBBC News -CNN International -The Guardianall 4,090 news articles »

Libya raids hit Gaddafi hometown - BBC News

28 March 2011 11:35
The HinduLibya raids hit Gaddafi hometownBBC NewsCoalition air raids have hit the town of Sirte, Col Muammar Gaddafi's hometown and the next target of rebel forces advancing westwards. A Libyan government spokesman said three Libyan civilians had been killed in the city's port. ...Air raids target Gaddafi's home townSydney Morning HeraldLibyan rebels capture key oil townsWashington PostLibya rebels retake strategic town of Ras LanufXinhuaHerald Sun -Reuters Africa -The Seattle Timesall 3,756 news articles »

Russians claim two podium wins in CEV Champions League, Bolzano, Italy

28 March 2011 11:17
Russians have claimed two podium wins in the ";final Four"; of the Volleyball Champions League, with Zenit of Kazan putting up a good fight, yet losing to Italy’s TRENTINO in four close sets, and claimimg the silver. Moscow’s Dinamo snatched up the well-deserved bronze, outplaying the Polish Yastrzhebski.

Israel Rolls Out First Mobile Battery of Antirocket System - New York Times

28 March 2011 11:10
CTV.caIsrael Rolls Out First Mobile Battery of Antirocket SystemNew York TimesOded Balilty/AP The first mobile battery of Iron Dome, a new antirocket missile defense system, was deployed Sunday on the outskirts of Beersheba, a city about 25 miles from Gaza. Israeli officials warned that the system was still experimental. ...Israel's southern towns slam State over lack of Gaza rocket defenseHa'aretzIsrael deploys first anti-rocket defense battery in southXinhuaImpatient Palestinians eye Arab world in fluxThe Associated PressBBC News -Ynetnews -Voice of Americaall 2,777 news articles »

New quake rattles Japan

28 March 2011 10:53
A new magnitude 6,5 earthquake has shaken northern Japan’s province of Miyagi, with an ensuing tsunami close in its wake reaching the northern coastline. The wave measured a height of about half a meter. No casualties or damage are reported. The epicenter of the quake was at a depth of 5.9 kilometers.

In Syria, a test for Bashar Assad - Los Angeles Times

28 March 2011 10:37
Chicago TribuneIn Syria, a test for Bashar AssadLos Angeles TimesThe beleaguered president sends troops to protest areas and promises to repeal a controversial law. But there are signs that the unrest is a strain on his regime. By Garrett Therolf and Jeffrey Fleishman, Los Angeles Times Syrian President Bashar Assad ...Syria Struggles as Unrest RisesWall Street JournalSyria 'to lift emergency law'Aljazeera.netSyria Tries to Ease Deep Political CrisisNew York TimesCNN -Voice of America -The Guardianall 1,818 news articles »

Air raids target Gaddafi's hometown - Sydney Morning Herald

28 March 2011 10:37
Telegraph.co.ukAir raids target Gaddafi's hometownSydney Morning HeraldNATO agrees to take full responsibility for military operations in Libya, ending a week of heated negotiations over the command structure. The Libyan capital Tripoli and Sirte, the hometown of Muammar Gaddafi, have both come under attack in coalition ...Fresh Airstrikes Aid RebelsWall Street JournalRebel forces gaining ground in LibyaCBS NewsNATO Takes Command of Libya Operation as Allies Step Up AttacksBusinessWeekBBC News -ABC News -Telegraph.co.ukall 4,109 news articles »

Russian-American commission on START implementation meets in Geneva

28 March 2011 10:30
The first meeting of the Russian-American commission on implementation of the START Treaty will be held on Monday in Geneva. The sides will discuss technical matters, it was specified at Russia’s UN headquarters. On March 22, Moscow and Washington have begun to exchange data on strategic forces. As reported by the U.S.

Over 200,000 Mexicans forced to leave home because of violence

28 March 2011 10:25
At least 230,000 people in Mexico have left their homes due to the wave of violence sweeping the northern states. Half of them went to the United States, in fear for their lives. The data is presented by the Centre for monitoring the movements of the Mexican population.

Medvedev meets with rescue workers back from Japan

28 March 2011 10:20
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Monday meets with workers of Russia’s Emergencies’ Ministry who participated in rescue operations in Japan. In the course of a week they managed to find more than a hundred dead victims under the debris. The work was done in inclement weather and conditions of radiation leaks.

Amnesty International: Momentum Against Death Penalty Gains Ground - Voice of America

28 March 2011 08:59
Jakarta GlobeAmnesty International: Momentum Against Death Penalty Gains GroundVoice of AmericaThe London-based human rights organization Amnesty International says momentum against the death penalty is gaining ground around the world. The assessment is part of the group's data-based report titled Death Sentences and Executions in 2010. ...Executions falling, says AmnestyBBC NewsChina and US among top punishers but death penalty in declineThe GuardianOver 105 people sentenced to death in India in 2010, none executed: AmnestyThe HinduThe Independent -Reuters Africa -Amnesty International USAall 71 news articles »

Big losses for Merkel in German state elections - CNN International

28 March 2011 08:25
USA TodayBig losses for Merkel in German state electionsCNN InternationalBy the CNN Wire Staff Berlin -- A political shift of historic proportions is unfolding in Germany as preliminary state election results indicate big losses for Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative Christian Democratic Party, CDU. ...Analysis: Merkel to blame for rout but leadership not at riskReutersMerkel Loses Key German State on Nuclear FearsNew York TimesMerkel's Party Hit By Historic Loss In German State ElectionWall Street JournalXinhua -BBC News -The Guardianall 645 news articles »

Syria: final decision to cancel state of emergency

28 March 2011 07:42
The final decision on lifting the state of emergency has been taken in Syria, announced a spokesman for President Bashar Assad. According to her, soon the leader will deliver an address to the nation, offering an assessment of the events unfolding in the country. Previously, authorities recognized "the validity and legality" of the protesters’ demands for reforms in Syria.

NATO will not side with rebels in Libya

28 March 2011 07:34
NATO is not going to side with the opposition rebels, diplomatic sources say, insisting that NATO will restrict itself to protecting civilians from attacks of Muammar Gaddafi's regime. This was reported following the announcement of NATO officially taking over command of the allied operation in Libya.

France: Socialists wining at local elections

28 March 2011 07:09
Conservative President Nicolas Sarkozy's party is losing to the Socialists in local elections in France. Sunday saw a second round of cantonal vote to elect deputies of the general councils.

New quake rattles Japan, tsunami alert on

28 March 2011 06:58
A magnitude 6.5 earthquake has struck eastern Japan, prompting authorities to issue a tsunami alert. According to authorities, a wave of around half a meter may wash into Miyagi prefecture. The epicenter of the quake was at a depth of 5.9 kilometers.

Greek Christians battle over new ID cards

28 March 2011 06:53
Thousands of Orthodox citizens of Greece hit the streets of Athens on Sunday to protest against the introduction of new identity cards. They perceive the plastic cards with microchip as the fulfilling prophecy of the Apocalypse. The trouble revolves around the proposal to strip all references to religion from new National ID card.

Train derailed in Canada

28 March 2011 06:42
Over 20 freight train cars were derailed 100 kilometers from Toronto, Canada. According to some reports, a tank-car with fuel caught fire after the accident. As the train-cars went over, they damaged a gas pipeline. Fire teams arrived on the scene. All movement of trains on the section between Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa was stopped.

Lights go off around world to observe Earth Hour - Xinhua

28 March 2011 06:26
CBC.caLights go off around world to observe Earth HourXinhuaBEIJING, March 27 (Xinhua) -- As night fell on Saturday, the world saw a wave of darkness spreading from time zone to time zone, with countries and regions switching off lights to observe the Earth Hour event. During the one-hour-relay campaign, ...Earth Hour is more than a gestureThe GuardianLights going off for Earth HourBBC NewsEarth hour fans disappointed at home and abroadCTV.caCBC.ca -Montreal Gazette -Irish Timesall 2,686 news articles »
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