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  • Iran's leader says U.S. created "myth" of Iranian nuclear weapons

    Iran's leader says U.S. created "myth" of Iranian nuclear weapons

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    Iran's leader says U.S. created "myth" of Iranian nuclear weapons

    Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, tells military commanders the U.S. created a "myth" around Iranian nuclear weapons to portray the Islamic Republic as a threat. Pavithra George reports …

  • Oklahoma City Marks 20th Anniversary of Bombing

    Oklahoma City Marks 20th Anniversary of Bombing

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    Oklahoma City Marks 20th Anniversary of Bombing

    A memorial service in Oklahoma City on April 19 marked the 20th anniversary of the bomb attack that left 168 people dead. The bomber, Timothy McVeigh, detonated a truck loaded with explosives outside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995. According to reports, former President Bill Clinton, who was in his first term in office when the bombing happened, will make a closing speech. Credit: Twitter/Joey Stipek …

  • Hannibal's Alps crossing re-enacted atop glacier

    Hannibal's Alps crossing re-enacted atop glacier

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    Hannibal's Alps crossing re-enacted atop glacier

    Skiers, skydivers and snowplows were used to re-enact Hannibal's Alps crossing on top of Austria's Rettenbach glacier. …

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  • Ukraine's Azov Battalion Continues Fighting Outside Shyrokyne

    Ukraine's Azov Battalion Continues Fighting Outside Shyrokyne

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    Ukraine's Azov Battalion Continues Fighting Outside Shyrokyne

    Members of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) were in Shyrokyne in eastern Ukraine on April 17 and 18, to observe the ceasefire there. But fighting continued outside the town during the same period. This footage is described as showing members of Ukraine’s Azov Battalion exchanging fire with pro-Russian separatists on April 18. A report issued by the SMM said that no ceasefire violation were recorded in the town itself, but that artillery duels could be heard at “approximately 10km north …