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Why Syria Is the 'Most Dangerous Place' for Children
The United Nations declares that Syria is now the most dangerous place on earth for children. NBC’s chief global correspondent Bill Neely sits down with some children in the war-ravaged nation, who share heartbreaking stories.
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Tiny Survivors: Faces of an Endless Conflict
About 3 million children have been displaced by Syria’s civil war. NBC News is publishing a new portrait every two hours throughout the day.
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Missing Jet Triggers 'Involuntary Homicide' Probe
Four French nationals were aboard the missing Boeing 777.
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All Non-Moscow Flights Canceled in Crimea
Simferopol was one of two airports seized by pro-Russian troops in unmarked uniforms on Feb. 28.
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Did Missing Jet Fly 350 Miles After Last Contact?
Malaysia officials are denying a report that the missing jet had "made it" to the Malacca Strait along the country's west coast.
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Pistorius to Cop: Don't 'Touch Another Man's Gun'
"Now your fingerprints are all over my gun. So if something happens, you're going to be liable," friend says Olympian told cop.
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Crimea Militia Leader Blames U.S. for Ukraine Chaos
Nicholas Clayton, GlobalPost Contributor
Although the Russian soldiers appear to be doing the heavy lifting in Crimea, a constellation of volunteer “self-defense” groups has filled in the gaps and formed the more visible face of the occupation.
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Syria's Littlest Victims Struggle to Survive
More than 5.5 million Syrian children have been deprived of schools, food, medical attention, or a safe community to grow up in, according to UNICEF.
Crimea Passes 'Declaration of Independence'
The law will not come into force until the result of a referendum on Sunday.
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