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04-03 Co-pilot Lubitz 'accelerated descent' Germany
2. 04-03 North Korea recruiting women to join 'pleasure squad' for Kim Jong Un North Korea
D. 04-03 Iran nuclear talks: Hardliners criticise deal Iran
E. 04-03 Rouhani vows to abide by deal Tehran
5. 04-03 Security questions as Garissa dead mourne Garissa, Kenya
G. 04-03 Netanyahu denounces proposed Iran deal Jerusalem
7. 04-03 Alabama death row inmate freed after 30 years
I. 04-03 Obama seeks to persuade Congress on Iran deal Washington
9. 04-03 Pope Francis decries persecution of Christians

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Apr.3   Germany     Co-pilot Lubitz 'accelerated descent'
  Data from the second 'black box' flight recorder belonging to the Germanwings plane suggests that the co-pilot deliberately accelerated its descent


  North Korea North Korea recruiting women to join 'pleasure squad' for Kim Jong Un  North Korean authorities are recruiting young women to be part of a revived 'pleasure squad' that entertains dictator Kim Jong Un

  Iran Iran nuclear talks: Hardliners criticise deal  Hardliners in Iran have criticised the preliminary agreement with world powers on their country's nuclear program

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  Tehran   Rouhani vows to abide by deal Map of Tehran
  Iran's president has vowed it will abide by the terms of the preliminary nuclear agreement it signed with six world powers, so long as they do too


  Kenya Security questions as Garissa dead mourne  Kenya is mourning 148 people killed in Thursday's al-Shabab attack on university campus, amid questions over why warnings were ignored

  Jerusalem Netanyahu denounces proposed Iran deal  Prime Minister blasted the agreement as posing a 'grave danger' by legitimizing Iran's nuclear program

  Alabama Alabama death row inmate freed after 30 years  Anthony Ray Hinton, 58, was convicted of murdering two restaurant managers in Birmingham in 1985, but was granted a new trial last year

Evening News


  Washington Obama seeks to persuade Congress on Iran deal  President Obama has begun efforts to win over sceptical members of Congress about the framework deal on Iran's nuclear program

  Rome Pope Francis decries persecution of Christians  Pope Francis has condemned the 'complicit silence' about the killing of Christians during a Good Friday service in Rome

  Yemen Houthi rebels pushed back in Aden  Loyalists of ousted Yemeni President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi have pushed back Shia Houthi rebels in the southern city of Aden

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