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03-25 Pope accused of failing to act on abuse Vatican
C. 03-25 UK intercepts Russian bombers Outer Hebrides islands, Scotland
D. 03-25 Merkel firm on IMF rescue for Greece Berlin
4. 03-25 Bin Laden message hints at retaliation Osama bin Laden
5. 03-25 Bishop 'sorry' for abuse failings Waterford, Ireland
6. 03-25 46 held in match-fix probe Turkey
H. 03-25 Deal reached over Greece debts Belgium
8. 03-25 Vatican denies abuse claim cover-up Vatican
J. 03-25 Chief of last TV critical of Chavez arrested Venezuela

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Mar.25   Vatican     Pope accused of failing to act on abuse
  Benedict XVI has been accused of failing to act on complaints from two archbishops in the US about a priest who allegedly abused 200 deaf boys
 An archbishop wrote letters in 1996 to the Vatican watchdog led by Cardinal Ratzinger calling for disciplinary proceedings against Fr Lawrence Murphy, who was a priest, believed to have molested some 200 boys at St John's School for the Deaf in St Francis, Wisconsin, between 1950 and 1974


  Scotland   UK intercepts Russian bombers Map of Outer Hebrides islands United Kingdom
  Two Tu-160 bombers -- known as Blackjacks by NATO forces -- entered UK airspace near the Outer Hebrides islands on March 10


  Berlin     Merkel firm on IMF rescue for Greece  Chancellor has told Germany's parliament she will insist that the IMF is involved if debt-ridden Greece needs to be bailed out

  Osama bin Laden Bin Laden message hints at retaliation  An audio message purportedly from al Qaeda leader threatened retaliation against Americans if 9/11 mastermind Khaled Sheikh Mohammed is executed

  Ireland Bishop 'sorry' for abuse failings  A Catholic bishop in Waterford, Ireland, apologized for his 'inadequate' response to complaints that a priest in his diocese had abused children

  Turkey 46 held in match-fix probe  Police have swooped to detain 46 people as part of a widespread investigation into match-fixing in European football

Day News


  Belgium     Deal reached over Greece debts  All 16 eurozone countries have backed a financing plan to help debt-laden Greece, which will include IMF money

  Vatican     Vatican denies abuse claim cover-up   The Vatican has condemned claims that Pope did nothing about a US priest who is suspected of molesting up to 200 deaf boys decades ago

  Venezuela Chief of last TV critical of Chavez arrested  Guillermo Zuloaga was arrested on charges that he abused his right to free speech, then released after a two-hour hearing

  House of Representatives Final vote approves US healthcare reform  The landmark healthcare reform law, which extends coverage to 32 million more Americans, has passed its final Congress vote

  Washington U.S. pledges millions in aid to Pakistan  The United States on announced tens of millions of dollars of aid to Pakistan, for roads and power plants

Evening News


  Myanmar U.N. critical of Myanmar election process  Group of Friends on Myanmar are not pleased with Myanmar despite the Asian nation's plan to hold its first general elections in 20 years

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