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March 31, 2015 08:05
P5+1 European Union officials and Iranian officials wait for the start of a meeting on Iran's nuclear program at the Beau Rivage Palace Hotel in Lausanne March 30, 2015 (Reuters / Brendan Smialowski)
Iran ready to continue nuclear talks 'until deal reached,' Russia says chances 'high'
The ongoing negotiations between Iran and six major world powers over Tehran's controversial nuclear program may go into April 1, missing the deadline. Earlier, the Russian Foreign Minister said talks had a high chance of producing a deal.
An ambulance leaves the Justice Palace in Istanbul March 31, 2015. (Reuters/Osman Orsal) Istanbul hostage standoff: Captors killed in police op, rescued prosecutor dies in hospital
The prominent Turkish prosecutor who was taken hostage by a far-left organization on Tuesday has died in hospital, after a gunfire-filled storming of an Istanbul court in which his captors were also killed.
The South China Sea (Reuters/Martin Petty) China building a ‘great wall of sand’ in South China Sea– US Navy
The US has accused Beijing of "unprecedented land reclamation," claiming China is "creating a great wall of sand" over four square kilometers, in the disputed area in the South China Sea. The move has caused concerns over China’s territorial intentions.
Reuters / Wolfgang Rattay Germanwings co-pilot told Lufthansa in 2009 about 'severe depression'
Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot of the Germanwings plane that crashed in the French Alps with 150 people on board last week, informed Lufthansa of his psychological problems in 2009.
Fear, hunger and heroism: RT interviews 70 War Witnesses for 70th V-Day anniversary
Their tales are tense, harrowing and touching by turn – every day until Victory Day on May 9, RT will upload a mini-documentary highlighting a memorable wartime story retold by those who witnessed World War II at close quarters.
The South China Sea (Reuters/Martin Petty) China building a ‘great wall of sand’ in South China Sea– US Navy
The US has accused Beijing of "unprecedented land reclamation," claiming China is "creating a great wall of sand" over four square kilometers, in the disputed area in the South China Sea. The move has caused concerns over China’s territorial intentions.
Reuters / Wolfgang Rattay Germanwings co-pilot told Lufthansa in 2009 about 'severe depression'
Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot of the Germanwings plane that crashed in the French Alps with 150 people on board last week, informed Lufthansa of his psychological problems in 2009.
ARCHIVE PHOTO: Burning car tires set on fire on Independence Square (Maidan) in Kiev by Maidan activists protesting the removal of barricades and a tent camp from the square (RIA Novosti / Alexandr Maksimenko) Ukraine Interior Ministry was ‘uncooperative and obstructive’ in Maidan crimes probe – EU report
The investigation into Maidan violence during Ukraine’s coup didn’t satisfy the requirements of the European Convention on Human Rights, says a report from the European Council, adding that Ukraine’s Interior Ministry was “uncooperative and obstructive.”
Fear, hunger and heroism: RT interviews 70 War Witnesses for 70th V-Day anniversary
Their tales are tense, harrowing and touching by turn – every day until Victory Day on May 9, RT will upload a mini-documentary highlighting a memorable wartime story retold by those who witnessed World War II at close quarters.
Part of the Nauru offshore processing facility (Image from wikipedia.org) ​Abuses against refugees at Aussie-paid detention camp 'known by govt for years'
Staff members at the Nauru refugee detention center, where Australia keeps its asylum seekers, spoke about violations including rapes as early as November 2013. They are reportedly prepared to testify before parliament.
Reuters / Kham Saving face: Spanish hospital performs world's most complex ‘face transplant’
A Spanish hospital claims it has successfully performed the most complex ‘face transplant’ ever. The medics managed to reconstruct the lower part of the face of the man who was terribly afflicted by a disease.
An ambulance leaves the Justice Palace in Istanbul March 31, 2015. (Reuters/Osman Orsal) Istanbul hostage standoff: Captors killed in police op, rescued prosecutor dies in hospital
The prominent Turkish prosecutor who was taken hostage by a far-left organization on Tuesday has died in hospital, after a gunfire-filled storming of an Istanbul court in which his captors were also killed.
General aerial view of Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO)'s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture (Reuters/Kyodo) ​TEPCO vows to release ‘all Fukushima radiation data’
The nuclear operator of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has announced that it plans to disclose all data on radiation levels recorded at the site in response to criticism of lack of transparency following the catastrophe.
Reuters/Miraflores Palace ​5mn Venezuelans sign petition against US aggression & interference
Rejecting what they see as interference in Venezuela’s internal affairs, over five million people across the country have signed a petition demanding that the US president repeals his executive order that declared Caracas an extraordinary security threat.

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