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Opinion in Crimea divided over referendum to join Russia. NBC’s Ian Williams reports from the capital, Simferopol.
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E.U. Unveils 'First Set' of Crimea Sanctions
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Track star described how he was startled by a noise at home and decided to clear the house by drawing his gun and checking rooms, witness testifies.
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Jet Hunt 'More Difficult' Than Air France Case
It took investigators two years to find the fuselage and flight recorder of Air France Flight 447.
Pilot's Friend 'Cannot Imagine' Him Hijacking Plane
A friend of the Malaysia 370 pilot defends him, saying he doesn't believe he’d put his own passengers at risk. NBC’s Keir Simmons reports.
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What We Know About Jet's Last Hours Before Vanishing
A moment-by-moment account of what authorities know about the mysterious flight of the Boeing 777.
Crimea Votes to Join Russia
Crimea voted to secede from Ukraine and join Russia. President Obama tells Vladimir Putin that the U.S. will never recognize the results. NBC News' Richard Engel reports.
Blood Spatter Over Bed Revealed in Pistorius Trial
New crime-scene photos in the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius show what appears to be blood spatter on the wall above his headboard. NBC News' Jeff Rossen reports.
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