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03-08 Attack on Nigerian town kills hundreds Jos, Nigeria
C. 03-08 Israel backs West Bank building Jerusalem
D. 03-08 US denies settlement West Bank breach Washington
E. 03-08 US eases sanctions to allow freer web Washington
5. 03-08 Haiti frees missionary; leader still held Haiti
G. 03-08 Joe Biden in Israel to press peace talks Israel
H. 03-08 Burma refugees 'face starvation' Bangladesh
I. 03-08 Report condemns Honduras violence Honduras

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Mar.8   Nigeria     Attack on Nigerian town kills hundreds Map of Jos Nigeria
  The death toll violence in central Nigeria climbed to more than 200 after members of a machete-wielding Muslim group attacked a mostly Christian town
 Troops have now been deployed in the area and dozens of arrests are said to have been made


  Jerusalem Israel backs West Bank building  Israel has authorised the building of 112 new apartments in a Jewish settlement of Beitar Illit in the West Bank

Day News


  Washington   US denies settlement West Bank breach  The US has said Israel's authorisation of new building in a Jewish settlement does not violate a recently announced moratorium

  Washington US eases sanctions to allow freer web  The treasury department has eased sanctions on Iran, Cuba and Sudan to help further the use of web services and support opposition groups

Evening News


  Haiti     Haiti frees missionary; leader still held  Charisa Coulter, one of two Americans detained for more than a month on suspicion of kidnapping 33 children after earthquake, was released

  Israel     Joe Biden in Israel to press peace talks  US Vice-President has arrived in Israel to promote a new round of Middle East peace talks more than a year after they stalled

  Bangladesh   Burma refugees 'face starvation'  An American Physicians for Human Rights has warned that thousands of Burmese refugees in Bangladesh are facing starvation

  Honduras Report condemns Honduras violence  An Organization of American States commission condemned the slayings last month of three Honduran political activists opposed to a coup

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