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Last Words From Cockpit May Be Clue To Jet's Disappearance

There's still no sign of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which went missing on March 8. Was the informal "good night" from the jet a sign it had been taken over or that the crew is involved?
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Russia Recognizes Independent Crimea; U.S. And EU 'Stand Firm' With Ukraine

President Obama says the U.S. will not recognize Crimea's moves to split from Ukraine. In Moscow, President Vladimir Putin signs an order recognizing Crimea as an independent state.
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Crimeans Vote To Leave Ukraine, Join Russia

Crimeans voted overwhelmingly on Sunday to leave Ukraine and join Russia. Morning Edition checks in with NPR's Gregory Warner in Simferopol and Eleanor Beardsley in Kiev for the latest.
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EU Rejects Crimean Vote, Weighs Sanctions Against Russia

Germany and its European allies react to Sunday's referendum in Crimea. NPR's Soraya Sarhardi Nelson joins us from Berlin.
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Negotiators Gather In Vienna For Talks On Iran's Nukes

With the clock ticking on a six-month deal to limit Iran's nuclear program in exchange for easing economic sanctions, negotiators from Iran and world powers meet this week in Vienna.
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Investigation Into Missing Malaysian Jet Expands

The search for the Malaysian Airlines plane that went missing more than a week ago has expanded as officials still have little idea what happened to it.
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Chinese Tech Giant Alibaba Plans To Launch IPO In U.S.

Alibaba, known as the Chinese Google, announced plans for an initial public offering in the U.S. The IPO could be one of the biggest in the tech sector's history, but investing could bring risks.
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Syrian Conflict Marches Into Fourth Year

The Syrian uprising started three years ago this week with protests and eventually a military crackdown that led to all-out civil war. More than 130,000 people have died.
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Fortune In Lost Lire Deemed Worthless In Italy

David Greene and Renee Montagne have the last word in business.
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Ongoing Unrest In Venezuela Fueled By Economic Hurdles

More than two dozen people have been killed in weeks of unrest in Venezuela. The protests are being fueled by Venezuela's record-setting high crime, high inflation and shortages of basics. NPR's Arun Rath speaks with reporter Lourdes Garcia-Navarro in Valencia.

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