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- Final words from jet came after systems shutdown
- SS veterans march in Latvia as concerns grow over Ukraine
By Aija Krutaine RIGA (Reuters) - Latvians who fought in the local unit of Nazi Germany's Waffen SS held their annual parade on Sunday, an event which the government feared could raise tensions with Russia as former Soviet states watch events in Ukraine with growing concern. Some opponents shouted "Shame!" and "No to fascism!" Latvians who joined the armed wing of Adolf Hitler's Nazi party say they were fighting for Latvian freedom at the end of the war and against the return of the Soviet Red Army. Russia, proud of its World War Two role and seeing the Soviet Union as having liberated Latvia and the other Baltic states from Nazi Germany, has reacted angrily to such events in the past. This year Latvia's government warned against participating in the march, citing security concerns and the situation in Ukraine, where a referendum in Crimea was expected to transfer control of Crimea to Russia.
- Another group of 60 migrants tries to enter US
TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) — Sixty Mexican migrants were detained Sunday by U.S. authorities after they crossed into the United States from the border city of Tijuana as part of a protest against U.S. immigration policies.
- The Chance to Crush Al Qaeda
- 3 pieces of evidence point to jet's takeover
There are three pieces of evidence that aviation safety experts say make it clear the missing Malaysia Airlines jet was taken over by someone who was knowledgeable about how the plane worked.
- Gibbs: This Could Be ‘Lights Out’ for the Dems
Senate Democrats, like the Great Houdini, have repeatedly escaped seeming disaster. During the past two elections, they denied Republicans control of the chamber just when it looked as if the GOP had things sewed up. Robert Gibbs, the former Obama White House Press Secretary, said on Sunday that the Senate is “definitely” in danger of changing hands in the November election. Even more disconcerting for Democrats, Gibbs said, is the possibility that the GOP will engineer another “wave election” that could result in widespread Democratic losses in the House and Senate.
- Los Angeles subway dig finds prehistoric artifacts
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Scientists have long known that years before hipsters and tourists were trekking along Los Angeles' Miracle Mile, dinosaurs were doing so.
- Kevin Spacey responds to Toronto mayor attack