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UNESCO decries destruction of ancient site in Nimrud, Iraq
The head of the U.N.'s cultural agency says the deliberate destruction of cultural heritage like that at an archaeological site in Nimrud, Iraq, amounts to a "war crime."
Apple to replace AT&T in Dow
Apple is replacing AT&T in the Dow Jones industrial average after the close of trading on Wednesday, March 18.
'Eurabia' fears rise after terror strikes: Myth or reality?
The headlines would suggest Europe is under siege:. Commentators warn darkly about an encroaching age of "Eurabia" in the wake of the Paris terror attacks.
Giving up Flight 370 search would be bitter pill for many

What happens if Australian officials overseeing the hunt don't find Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 remains unknown. They could search someplace else. They could go back to the drawing board. Or they could simply give up.


Poland asks US for IT data vital in eavesdropping probe
A prosecutor says that Poland has asked U.S. authorities to release data from an IT company's cloud that could be vital for the ongoing probe into a government eavesdropping scandal.
AP Interview: New-look Lapid revives Israeli vote campaign
A few weeks ago, Yair Lapid appeared destined to become a one-hit wonder in Israeli politics. The former TV anchorman and one-time boxer is now mounting a furious late-round comeback.
Amid crisis, Venezuelans commemorate Chavez
Venezuelans are commemorating Hugo Chavez on the second anniversary of his death even as an economic crisis threatens to undo the former president's legacy of lifting thousands out of poverty.
Ex-crew recognizes photos of sunken Japanese battleship found by Paul Allen
A former crewmember on a Japanese battleship that sank during World War II says he recognizes photos taken of wreckage discovered this week off the Philippines by a team led by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.
Skeleton horse erected in London's Trafalgar Square
London's Trafalgar Square, full of tourists, pigeons and military monuments, has a new occupant — a skeletal horse displaying stock quotes.
Netanyahu says he gave 'practical alternative' to Iran deal
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says his speech to the U.S. Congress offered a "practical alternative" to a possible Iranian nuclear deal and that lawmakers "better understand" why the deal is bad.
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