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Three Pro-Russian Separatists Shot Dead in Ukraine Base Attack


Three pro-Russian separatists were shot dead after 300 colleagues attempted to attack a national guard base in eastern Ukraine, the country's interior minister said.







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Strap in: Networks Plan 75 New Shows for Fall


In Hollywood and beyond, 75 TV pilots are in production hoping to land on the fall schedule. Only half of them will make it on air.








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Edward Snowden Asks Vladimir Putin About Russian Surveillance


NSA leaker Edward Snowden put a direct question to Vladimir Putin during a live televised question-and-answer session Thursday, asking Russia's president about Moscow's use of mass surveillance on its citizens.







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Pro-Russian Separatists Shoot Three Dead in Ukraine Base Attack


Three pro-Russian separatists were shot dead after 300 colleagues attempted to attack a national guard base in eastern Ukraine, the country's interior minister said.







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KNOW IT ALL: Thursday's Top 6 Stories at NBC News


Good morning, and happy Thursday. Here are some of the stories we're following today:1.







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Pistorius Prosecutor Lays Into Witness: 'You're Not an Expert'


The prosecutor in the Oscar Pistorius case accused a forensic expert speaking for the Olympic athlete of not being an expert on subjects he was testifying about on Thursday."You see how irresponsible it is to make inferences in areas where you're not an expert?







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South Korea Ferry Captain: I Am 'Deeply Ashamed'


The captain of the ferry that sank off South Korea said that he was “deeply ashamed” Thursday as a criminal investigation began into the disaster.Lee Joon-seok, 69, is being questioned by the coast guard, according to an official quoted by Reuters.







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'X-Men' Director Bryan Singer Accused of Drugging, Raping Teen


Lawsuit alleges Bryan Singer used his influence as a Hollywood insider, as well as a range of drugs and alcohol, to force sex on a boy.








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'Military Ordnance' Scare Sends Thousands Fleeing in California


More than 1,000 homes and businesses were evacuated late Wednesday after a possible unexploded bomb was found.Crews retrieved the "potentially explosive military ordnance" just after midnight after finding it in Solvang, California.







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Animal Torture Porn?! Second Arrest Made in 'SOS Barn' Case


Stephanie Hird, 29, was charged with five counts of animal cruelty, according to online jail records.








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Strong Currents Halt Search for Trapped Ferry Passengers


Difficult conditions thwarted attempts by divers to enter a submerged ferry off the coast of South Korea Thursday.Navy and coast guard divers tried to enter the ship more than 10 times but were hampered by poor underwater visibility and strong currents, South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reported.







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Latino Groups Target Voters Ahead of Midterms


For Lizette Escobedo, getting voters to turn out for midterm elections is always a challenge. But she said motivating Latino voters for the 2014 midterm elections may be especially difficult amid growing discontent over the lack of movement on immigration reform.







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Vladimir Putin Admits Russian Forces Helped Crimea Separatists


President Vladimir Putin admitted Thursday that Russian troops had been active in supporting separatist forces in Crimea.







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Anguished South Korea Ferry Families Rent Their Own Boats


Anguished parents of teenagers missing on a capsized ferry in South Korea expressed frustration at the rescue effort Thursday as strong currents thwarted attempts by divers to enter the submerged vessel.







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Missing MH370: Sonar Sub Completes First 'Full Mission'


A robotic submarine searching for signs of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet managed to complete a "full mission" Thursday for first time since it was deployed earlier this week.The U.S.







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Royal Rumble: Duo Accused of 'Harassing' Fans of William, Kate


Police stepped in after two men were spotted "harassing" Australians eager to catch a glimpse Prince William and his wife Kate on Wednesday.Britain's royal couple visited communities in the Blue Mountains which were ravaged by deadly wildfires last October.







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Shared Space at Heart of New York's Heated Charter School Debate


NEW YORK — When Ginette Hernandez’s five-year-old son switched schools in November, she felt a palpable sense of relief. Her son, who has speech, behavior and developmental issues, had been struggling in his public school in central Harlem.







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The Big Business Behind Chocolate Easter Eggs


Worldwide production of chocolate is worth about $100 billion per year. CNBC's John Schoen takes a look inside the sweetest industry. Illustrated by Rob Donnelly.








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Here's What Happens If You Bring a Confederate Flag to School


Principal says use of symbol "designed to revive past injustices or to inflame discrimination or racial intolerance is completely unacceptable."








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New Jersey Teens Who Shared 'Sexts' Accused of Child Porn


Police urge parents to explain to their children that sending, taking and sharing of naked photos of juveniles is a crime.








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