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Senators Call for 'Robust' Humanitarian Strategy in Syria
Resolution comes in response to devastating reports on the plight of 5.5 million Syrian children.
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WWI Army Photographer's Work Goes Digital
Photo enthusiast Cezar Popescu is digitizing the work of photographer Costica Acsinte, who was an army photographer during World War I.
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General: 80 Percent of Colombian Drugs Get to U.S.
Gen. John Kelly said he is able to get about 20 percent of the drugs leaving Colombia for the U.S., but the rest gets through.
Underwater Drones May Play Key Role in Malaysia Jet Search
If Flight 370 did indeed crash into the water, there's successful precedent for using high-tech underwater equipment to locate airplane wreckage.
U.S. Ship Moves West in Search for Missing Jet
Guided-missile destroyer USS Kidd is moving to the Strait of Malacca to continue the search for the missing Malaysian airliner, officials told NBC News.
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Ukraine Prime Minister: 'We Want to Have Talks'
"We want to have talks. We don't want to have any kind of military action," Ukraine's interim Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said.
Honey Hunters' Ancient Art Faces Uncertain Future
In the foothills of the Himalayas, members of a Nepalese tribe ply an ancient trade in treacherous conditions.
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In Crimea, Russia Influence Is Clear
Ahead of the Crimean referendum on Sunday, Russian's presence in the peninsula is strong.
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Why $3 Billion of Ukraine Aid Would Go to Russia
Thanks to the structure of a bond deal between Ukraine and Russia, billions of aid dollars are almost certain to go directly to Russia.
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