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03-25 Annan is 'last chance' for Syria Moscow
2. 03-25 U.S., Turkey agree on next steps on Syria Turkey
D. 03-25 U.S. pays $860K to families of Afghan shooting victims Kandahar
4. 03-25 Sick Suu Kyi cancels campaigning Myanmar
F. 03-25 Merah brother charged over deaths Paris
G. 03-25 Alonso wins in Malaysia Sepang, Malaysia
7. 03-25 President admits run-off poll loss Senegal
I. 03-25 Hunger Games sets US film record Southern California
J. 03-25 Sub reaches Earth's deepest place Mariana Trench, Micronesia

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Mar.25   Moscow     Annan is 'last chance' for Syria
  Russian President Dmitri Medvedev has offered full support for envoy Kofi Annan's peace mission in Syria, saying it may be the last chance


  Turkey     U.S., Turkey agree on next steps on Syria  President Obama discussed providing medical supplies and communications equipment to the Syrian opposition in a meeting with Turkey's prime minister

  Kandahar   U.S. pays $860K to families of Afghan shooting victims  The U.S. gave $860,000 to the families of people killed or wounded in a shooting rampage that is being blamed on U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales

  Myanmar Sick Suu Kyi cancels campaigning  Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has suspended her campaign because of ill-health a week before she is due to stand for a seat in parliament

  Paris Merah brother charged over deaths  Abdelkader Merah, 29, the brother of the man who killed seven people in south-west France in recent weeks, has been charged over the murders

  Malaysia Alonso wins in Malaysia  Ferrari's Fernando Alonso won a rain-hit Malaysian Grand Prix Sunday holding off a thrilling challenge from young Mexican Sergio Perez

Day News


  Senegal   President admits run-off poll loss  Senegal's President Abdoulaye Wade has admitted defeat in a run-off election to his rival Macky Sall, state television says

  Southern California Hunger Games sets US film record  Action film The Hunger Games has taken $155m at the US box office in its opening weekend, the biggest-ever tally for a film that is not a sequel

  Micronesia Sub reaches Earth's deepest place  Hollywood director James Cameron has plunged nearly 11km down to deepest place in the ocean, the Mariana Trench in the western Pacific

Evening News


  South Korea     Obama hopes for new nuclear cuts Map of Hankuk South Korea  US President Barack Obama says he is pushing for 'a world without nuclear weapons', making direct appeals to North Korea and Iran

  Northern Japan Japan shuts down nuclear reactor  Japan has shut down another power station, bringing it a step closer to abandoning atomic energy for the time being, following the Fukushima disaster

  Florida Woods ends victory drought  Tiger Woods is winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational by five strokes to move back up to sixth in the world

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