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Travel agents questioned on stolen passports linked to missing Malaysia Airlines jet
Authorities questioned travel agents Monday at a beach resort in Thailand about two men who boarded the vanished Malaysia Airlines plane with stolen passports, part of a growing international investigation into what they were doing on the flight.

Russia-Born U.S. Paralympic Star Puts Political Tensions to One Side
Faced with tensions between her birth country and the nation that turned her into one of the world's top Paralympians, Russia-born U.S. athlete Tatyana McFadden has said she is trying to block out politics in Sochi.

More Than Half of Ukrainians Want to Join EU, Poll Shows
More than half of Ukrainians want their country to accede to the European Union, while one-third favor joining a Moscow-led alliance, a recent poll has shown.

Tibet uprising: Nepal arrests 10 activists for anti-China protests
Police authorities in Nepal arrested 10 Tibetan refugees on Monday for staging anti-China protests on the 55th anniversary of the failed Tibetan uprising against Chinese rule.

False passport holder on missing plane was headed for Copenhagen
One of the two passengers who used stolen passports to get on board the Beijing-bound Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 – which has been missing since it disappeared somewhere between Malaysia and Vietnam on Friday night – had Copenhagen as his final destination.

How does Crimea fit into international law?
If Crimea is ultimately annexed by Russia, it will be an unprecedented event in modern geopolitics.The move is not legal under either Ukraine’s or Russia’s Constitution. However, there is more precedentfor a region of a country to vote to become an independent state.

Malaysia Airlines Plane Crash Update: Vietnamese Authorities Can't Verify Any Pieces of Plane Have Been Discovered
After more than three days of combing the South China Sea for any signs of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, authorities seem no closer to finding answers.

6.8 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Northern California; No Injuries Reported
An earthquake that struck offshore and rattled the Northern California coast has been downgraded to a magnitude-6.8. The quake about 50 miles west of Eureka on Sunday night was initially reported as a magnitude-6.9. It was felt widely across the region and across the Oregon border, but there were no reports of injuries or damage.

5 reasons why slaves still catch your seafood
Seafaring slave ships didn’t vanish in the 19th century. They still persist. And there’s a good chance they’re catching your dinner.

Fyffes merges with rival Chiquita to create world’s biggest banana group
Fyffes is to merge with its US rival Chiquita in an all-share deal worth more than $1 billion and creating the world’s biggest banana company.

Alaska Airlines freezes out Aussie frequent flyers in credit card fraud crackdown
Alaska Airlines has frozen out Australian customers from bulk-buying frequent flyer miles to redeem for free flights with partner airlines Qantas, Emirates and Cathay Pacific, citing "an attempt to reduce fraudulent transactions" made with international credit cards.


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