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March 04, 2015 06:32
RIA Novosti/Alexey Kudenko
At least 47 missing in E. Ukraine mine after fatal gas blast - miners' union
A fatal explosion has occurred at the Zasyadko mine in Donetsk, with at least 47 miners missing inside, the miners' union stated. They are also checking reports of 77 deaths in the blast.
A Turkish Airlines plane lies on the field after it overshot the runway at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu March 4, 2015. (Reuters / Navesh Chitrakar)
Turkish Airlines plane crash-lands in Nepal (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
Turkish Airlines passengers barely escaped serious injuries after their Airbus A330 skidded off the runway in foggy Nepal and crash-landed nose down in a grassy field.
Reuters / Pawel Kopczynski ​FREAK encryption flaw leaves millions of Apple & Android users exposed
Tech firms are rushing to fix a disastrous security flaw dubbed ‘FREAK’, stemming from the US government’s requirement of lower encryption standards, that for over a decade left millions of users visiting 'secured' websites exposed to potential attacks.
Screenshot from youtube video by btselem Video of Israeli soldiers using dogs against Palestinian boy sparks outcry
A leaked video shot in December purportedly shows IDF soldiers setting dogs on a Palestinian teenager. The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned the attack, while Israel's chief military prosecutor ordered an investigation into the incident.
RT screenshot 'Money can’t buy all airwaves': RT host launches campaign against US media empire
RT’s Anissa Naouai has launched a crowdfunding campaign urging viewers to send a symbolic message to the US State Department and Washington’s media empire, donating money to fight autism.
Reuters/NASA/JPL-Caltech Broken arm: Mars rover Curiosity gets stopped for repairs
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has stopped for maintenance after a short circuit disabled one of its arms. Testing and maintenance will take a few days.
Reuters/Neil Hall Investigators have several suspects in Nemtsov killing - FSB Chief
Investigators looking into Boris Nemtsov’s assassination are considering a number of suspects, according to the head of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB), Aleksandr Bortnikov.
Deposed Nobel Peace Prize Committee Chairman Thorbjoern Jagland (Reuters/Heiko Junge/NTB Scanpix) Unprecedented: Nobel Peace Prize chair who oversaw Obama award demoted
The Nobel Peace Prize Committee’s chairman has been removed from his post for the first time in the award’s 114-year history. He’s been criticized over a number of the panel’s controversial picks, like US president and the EU.
Reuters / Eduard Korniyenko ​Ukraine ‘modernization agency’ to seek revival of war-torn economy
Over 250 influential business people and politicians from Ukraine and the EU gathered in Vienna to discuss ways of salvaging Ukraine’s devastated economy and reforms needed to bring back investments to the country.
Members of the Ukrainian armed forces ride in tanks near Artemivsk, eastern Ukraine (Reuters / Gleb Garanich) ​Ukraine replenishes Donbass tank supplies amid ceasefire
Amid the efforts to bring warring parties in eastern Ukraine to the negotiating table, Kiev has announced fresh supplies of tanks to its forces in Donbass, jeopardizing the truce reached by the Minsk deal which requires the withdrawal of heavy weaponry.
The famous Amber Room in Catherine Palace near St. Petersburg, Pushkin.
(RIA Novosti / Sergey Velichkin) ​‘I need a new drill’: German pensioner starts ambitious quest for lost Amber Room
A German pensioner has started his own search for the legendary Amber Room lost in the chaos of WWII. He believes he can find the priceless artwork looted by the Nazis in Germany’s Ruhr area but says the lack of new drill separates him from the discovery.
Reuters / Youssef Boudlal France to double Islamic university courses to counter extremism
Manuel Valls, the French Prime Minister, announced that the number of university courses teaching Islam will be doubled from six to 12, and paid for by the state in an effort to stem the influence of French imams being funded by foreign sources.
Marine Le Pen  (Reuters / Charles Platiau) and Madonna (Reuters / Mario Anzuoni) Marine Le Pen accepts Madonna’s invitation out
The leader of France’s National Front party Marine Le Pen accepted an offer from pop star Madonna to have a drink to discuss her vision of human rights. The gesture comes after Madonna described Le Pen’s party as "fascist."
The guided missile cruiser Varyag (L) and the Varshavyanka class diesel submarine (RIA Novosti / Vitaliy Ankov)
Russia, Egypt to hold joint naval drill in Mediterranean
Russia and Egypt have agreed to hold a joint naval drill in the Mediterranean and to carry out joint anti-terrorist exercises, Russia’s Defense Ministry said in a statement following talks between ministers of the two countries.

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