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The Week in Pictures: April 10 - 17


Chile fire scorches, North Korea’s marathon welcomes tourists, Holy Week brings penitents, an Orangutan gets a check-up and more.








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911 Tapes of Fatal California Bus Crash to Be Released


California law enforcement officials on Thursday said they were releasing recordings of 911 calls made in the explosive Northern California bus crash that took the lives of five high school students and five adults on a college tour.







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Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez Dies at 87


Colombian novelist Gabriel García Márquez, known the world over for his world of magical realism in books like "One Hundred Years of Solitude," died in his home in Mexico City at age 87.







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Chelsea Clinton Announces Pregnancy


Chelsea Clinton announced Thursday that she and her husband, Marc, are expecting their first child later this year.The announcement came during a joint event with her mother, Hillary Clinton, for the Clinton Foundation's "No Ceilings: The Full Participation" project.







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Nobel-Winning Writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez Dies at 87


The death of the author of "One Hundred Years of Solitude" was confirmed by Fernanda Familiar, a spokeswoman for the family, on Twitter.








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'Most Haunted Place in the World' Up for Auction


Buying a Venetian island might sound like a dream investment. This particular one on the auction block has a nightmarish history.The island of Poveglia, purportedly the most haunted place in the world, is among several properties that Italy is selling at auction to cut its public debt.







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Obama: Health Care Sign-Ups Hit 8 Million


President Barack Obama announced Thursday that eight million people have selected a private health insurance plan through the Affordable Care Act."This thing is working," he said of the law during an announcement during a statement in the White House briefing room.







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Columbine Survivor Searches for Healing in Red Lake, MN


Red Lake, MN - Red Lake HighMarch 21, 2005 9 Killed (10 including the shooter), 7 injuredLester Holt joined Sam on his visit to Red Lake, Minnesota where he met with Justin Jourdain.







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Duke's Jabari Parker Declares for NBA Draft


Parker announced his intentions to head to the NBA on Thursday afternoon, releasing a statement through Sports Illustrated.








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Behind the Lens: Iconic Photo from the Boston Marathon Attack


Boston Globe staff photographer John Tlumacki takes us behind the lens of his camera and explains the photograph he took one year ago at the Boston Marathon.








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Russia to Western Businesses: All is Well, Nothing to See Here


Russia is going to great lengths to try to reassure investors, foreign businesses and its own people about its economic and political stability. But in the midst of escalating violence in Ukraine and huge capital outflows, Russia has already dug itself a deep economic hole—and it's getting worse.







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How Knitting and Writing Poetry Can Make You a Better Worker


Here’s a reason to embrace your inner guitar hero or secret poetry writing habit: It may be making you better at your day job.








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Organized Crime, Gangs Make Latin America Most Violent Region


For more than half a century, Latin America has ruled the world as the most violent place on earth.In 2013, nearly one in every three murders that occurred globally took place in the streets of Latin America – where just 8 percent of the world's people live.







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Traumatizing Fake Child Abduction Outrages Parents


Police in Sequim, Wash., are investigating a fake child abduction that terrified people at a playground.








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Cast Rap: Army Medic's Injury Instructions Go Viral


When it comes to teaching injured kids proper cast maintenance, a rapping Army medic tells them all they need to know in just a few rhymes.








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Capsized South Korean Ferry Bathed in Eerie Light


A blue search light from a South Korean Coast Guard helicopter illuminates an overturned ferry in the water off the southern coast near Jindo, South Korea, on Thursday.







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Slain Teen's Parents Pick Redemption Not Revenge in Iran


Instead of participating in the execution of their son's murderer, the slain man's parents publicly spare the killer in northern Iran.








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Openings Begin in New York Terror Trial of British Imam


The imam of a London mosque used his influential position in the late 1990s to train and aid terrorists and used the cover of his religion to hide in plain sight, a prosecutor told jurors in his opening statement Thursday.








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'Earth's Cousin': Scientists Find Alien Planet That's Most Like Home


Scientists say a world that's 490 light-years away qualifies as the first confirmed Earth-sized exoplanet that could sustain life as we know it — but in an environment like nothing we've ever seen.







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'DWTS' Deception? Wendy Williams Claims, 'They Script What You Say'









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