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Russia warns of civil war if Ukraine uses force

Russia's Foreign Ministry warned Kiev on Tuesday that any use of force in Ukraine's eastern region could lead to civil war, as Ukraine's government seeks to regain control after pro-Moscow uprisings in three cities.

U.N. warns over Rwanda repeat

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Saturday warned officials in the embattled Central African Republic not to repeat the mistakes that led to the Rwanda genocide 20 years ago.

Amateurs capture MH370 on film

CNN's Rosa Flores talks to photographer who tells the history of MH370 through pictures taken by air-buffs.

India's election: The numbers will amaze

Today, in India's remote northeastern states of Assam and Tripura, the first wave of the country's 814 million eligible voters will cast their ballots as the largest election in world history gets underway.

Egypt tribal feud turns deadly

A long-running dispute between two large tribes in Egypt burst into armed violence, with at least 18 people slain, the nation's news outlets reported Saturday.

Prince George's first royal tour

He can't even walk yet but Prince George took a momentous step on Monday in what's set to be a lifetime of royal duties.

London: Google vs. classic art

Google's Street View images bear some similarities to 18th-century landscape paintings. The content is different, of course. What Google's army of photo collectors captured at Westminster Abbey on any given day in the 21st century will look different than what Italian painter Canaletto saw back in the 1700s. But they're both a representation of an exact moment in time, which makes them a handy way to compare now and then if you can isolate the right locations.

U.S. to send 2 more missile defense ships to Japan

The United States will send more missile defense ships to Japan, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said on Sunday, as part of an effort to bolster protection from North Korean missile threats.

Protesters raise Russian flag over eastern Ukrainian city

Demonstrators stormed a provincial administration building in eastern Ukraine on Sunday and raised the Russian flag atop it, demanding the release of riot police accused of killing protesters in Kiev, the Ukrainian capital, in February.

Source: Flight 370 flew north of Indonesia

Search teams are racing to figure out if a number of underwater sounds detected in the southern Indian Ocean came from a flight recorder on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

Afghan election: Who's running?

Afghans will pick a successor to Hamid Karzai in one of the most significant presidential elections in the country's turbulent history. A look at who's in the running.

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