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3/25/2015 6:46 AM
Shiite rebels offer bounty for Yemen leader
SANAA, Yemen — Shiite rebels have offered a cash bounty for the capture of Yemen’s embattled president as they near his last refuge.

3/25/2015 6:44 AM
10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

3/24/2015 11:36 PM
Are slaves catching the fish you buy?
BENJINA, Indonesia  — The Burmese slaves sat on the floor and stared through the rusty bars of their locked cage, hidden on a tiny tropical island thousands of miles from home.

3/24/2015 9:50 PM
White House Israeli rebukes may backfire
JERUSALEM — Giora Eiland, a former Israeli national security adviser, is hardly an advocate for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

3/24/2015 7:06 AM
Plane crash kills 150 people in French Alps
SEYNE-LES-ALPES, France — French authorities have called off the search for the remains of a Germanwings airplane that crashed into the French Alps with 150 people aboard, after night fell on the hard-to-reach area.

3/24/2015 3:21 PM
Ukraine welcomes U.S. resolution on arms
KIEV, Ukraine — A U.S. resolution in favor of arms shipments to Ukraine was welcomed today by the government in Kiev and condemned as a call for war by Russian lawmakers in Moscow.

3/24/2015 11:06 AM
Canada expands mission against ISIS
TORONTO — Canada is expanding its military mission against the Islamic State group to include airstrikes on targets in Syria, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced today.

3/24/2015 9:33 AM
U.S. troops get warm welcome in Poland
BIALYSTOK, Poland — Hundreds of residents turned out in eastern Poland today to greet a convoy of U.S. troops that is driving through eastern Europe, a region worried that the armed conflict in Ukraine threatens its security.

3/24/2015 7:04 AM
British pound's swings cause uncertainty
LONDON — The British pound is getting caught between the dollar’s surge and the euro’s slump, and its swings are shaking things up for business just as uncertainty grows over a potentially tight general election.

3/24/2015 7:02 AM
Rebels advance into southern Yemen
SANAA, Yemen — Yemen’s Shiite rebels are advancing into southern Yemen, clashing today with rival militias loyal to the country’s current president. The rebels, along with soldiers from an army battalion loyal to ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh, have taken over the governor’s office in the city of al-Dhalea, capital of a southern province with the same name, according




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