28 March 2014

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Taliban suicide bombers, gunmen attack Afghan election office in Kabul, killing at least 4 (23)
By Kathy Gannon, The Associated Press March 25, 2014 StoryPhotos ( 3 ) In this photo taken on Oct. 31, 2013, Abuzar Ahmad, the only surviving child of Agence France-Presse journalist Sardar Ahmad, who was killed with the rest of his family in an attack on a Kabul hotel, poses for a picture in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Obama urges Russia to pull back troops from Ukraine border (22)
0 President Barack Obama on Friday said Russia's troop buildup on the Ukraine border was out of the ordinary and called on Moscow to pull its military back and begin talks to defuse tensions. "You've seen a range of troops massing along that border under the guise of military exercises," he said on CBS "This Morning" in Vatican City.
Angelina Jolie praises Bosnia's breaking ground on warzone rape (16)
UNHCR goodwill ambassador Angelina Jolie reacts during a visit to Potocari, Bosnia on Friday, March 28, 2014. (AP Photo/Amel Emric) Sabina Niksic, The Associated Press SARAJEVO - Bosnia's decision to include preventing sexual violence in military training is "groundbreaking" and should become the standard for UN peacekeeping missions, British Foreign Secretary William Hague and Angelina Jolie said Friday.
Marriage is healthy for the heart, study says (12)
by: AFP News Corp Australia Healthy marriage ... married couples tend to help each other stay healthy, lowering the risk of heart disease. Source: ThinkStock BEING married makes for a healthy heart, while being divorced or widowed is linked to higher rates of cardiovascular disease, according to a study of 3.5 million people. The study is the largest of its kind to show how heart health is linked to marital status, and was presented at the American College of Cardiology
Tesla Takes Action, Is Cleared In A Federal Safety Investigation (14)
The U.S. government said Friday that it has closed an investigation in fires on the Tesla Motors Tesla Motors Model S electric sedan. According to Reuters, it said it did not find a "defect trend" that led to two episodes of fires in the United States and another in Mexico. On its website, the government said that both U.S.
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