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24 March 2018

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Hundreds of thousands set to march for tighter U.S. gun controls (84)
by ian simpson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Hundreds of thousands of Americans are expected to rally nationwide on Saturday for tighter gun laws in "March For Our Lives" protests led by survivors of the Florida school massacre, which reiginited public anger over mass shootings. Students from the Parkland, Florida, high school where 17 students and staff were killed on Feb.
Trump order would ban most transgender troops from serving (45)
By KEN THOMAS PALM BEACH, Fla. President Donald Trump released an order Friday night banning most transgender troops from serving in the military except under "limited circumstances," following up on his calls last year to ban transgender individuals from serving. The White House said retaining troops with a history or diagnosis of "gender dysphoria" - those who may require substantial medical treatment -
Bomb kills two in Alexandria ahead of Egypt presidential vote (24)
Two policemen were killed in the Egyptian city of Alexandria in a bomb attack on Saturday that targeted the local security chief two days before a presidential election, APA reports quoting Reuters. Five other people were wounded by the bomb, which was left under a car and blew up as police Major General Mostafa al-Nemr drove past, the Interior Ministry said.
Cricket: Aussie captain Smith, Bancroft admit ball-tampering (24)
Sport Cricket: Aussie captain Smith, Bancroft admit ball-tampering 25 Mar 2018 12:50AM (Updated: 25 Mar 2018 01:59AM) CAPE TOWN: Australia captain Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft sensationally admitted to ball-tampering during the third Test against South Africa on Saturday (Mar 24), plunging cricket into potentially its greatest crisis. Bancroft was caught on television cameras appearing to rub a yellow object
Drunk Pilot Leaves 100 Passengers Stranded for Three Days (17)
By Cristina Maza On 3/24/18 at 11:49 AM Share World Aviation Travel A Portuguese airline issued an apology Saturday after more than 100 passengers got stranded because their pilot was too drunk to fly. The travelers were stuck at the Stuttgart airport in Germany after their flight was canceled because of a drunken co-pilot.
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