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Gunmen Kill 39 During Nigerian Elections

The poll is seen as the first election in which an opposition candidate has a serious chance of unseating the incumbent, President Goodluck Jonathan.








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Spring Break Horror: 7 People Shot at Florida House Party

Police arrested a suspect after seven people were shot at a Florida house party early Saturday morning, local officials said.








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Gunmen Kill 39 During Nigerian Elections

The poll is seen as the first election in which an opposition candidate has a serious chance of unseating the incumbent, President Goodluck Jonathan.








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Search Efforts Continue for 2 Missing in NYC Blast

Officials are also investigating whether the gas line in a basement of a building was rigged in a possible gas-theft scheme, causing Thursday's leak.








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Global Icons Go Dark for Earth Hour

Lights went out in cities around the world for Earth Hour to raise awareness of environmental issues.



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Crash Victim's Dad to Airlines: Look After Pilots' Welfare

The father of one of the victims of this week's plane crash in the French Alps called Saturday for airlines to take greater care over pilots' welfare.








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Captain of Doomed Germanwings Plane Identified

The captain of the Germanwings plane that crashed earlier this week was identified Saturday as Patrick Sonderheimer, sources told NBC News.








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Russians and NASA Discuss Building a New Space Station

Reports from Russia suggest that Moscow's space officials are talking with their NASA counterparts about building a new space station after 2024.



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Train Crashes Into Two Cars in Los Angeles, Injuring 21

At least 21 people were injured after a Metro train crash involving two vehicles happened near USC Saturday.








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Deal Timing Unclear as Iran Nuclear Deadline Looms

Congress is poised when it comes back on April 14 to pass legislation imposing additional sanctions on Iran if a deal is not reached.



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Cyberbullying's Got a New Target: Big Companies

Online bullying has become an increasingly frequent phenomenon—with even big companies now tasting the wrath of angry swarms of web activists.



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Gas-Line Tampering Eyed as Possible Cause in NYC Blast

Two dozen people were injured and two still are missing after the blast that leveled three buildings.



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Mom: Boy With Special Needs Told to Remove Varsity Jacket

A Kansas mom is outraged after her son, who has special needs, was forced by his school to remove his varsity letter jacket.








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Germanwings Pilot May Have Had Vision Problems: Report

The 27-year-old, who investigators say deliberately downed the plane earlier this week, was examined for vision problems, according to reports.



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Delaying Nigeria's Vote Didn't Stem Boko Haram Violence, Data Shows

Nigeria's attempt to crush Boko Haram ahead of Saturday's presidential election has resulted in an increase in suicide bombings on civilians.








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Lonely No More: Iris the Chimp Finds Love at Sanctuary

Iris, a 32-year-old chimp, was transferred from a zoo to a sanctuary with the help of a PETA member.








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Victim's Mom in Amanda Knox Case 'Shocked' by Ruling

Meredith Kercher's mother Arline told the Press Association that she was "a bit surprised, and very shocked, but that is about it at the moment."



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Airline Pledges $54,450 Per Victim For Families

Families of those who died when the co-pilot of a Germanwings flight apparently deliberately crashed a plane will receive 50,000 euros per victim.








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Boston Police Officer in Critical Condition After Shooting

A cop honored for his role in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings is in critical condition after he was shot in the face during a traffic stop.








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Giant Gator Is Back on Golf Course ... With Breakfast

A massive alligator — who caused an even bigger social media buzz — has once again been spotted at a Florida golf club.








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