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Refugees Salvage Belongings From Razed Slum in Pakistan

Afghan refugee Saboor Khan collects his belongings after authorities razed his house in the slums of Islamabad, on Wednesday.

Jim Maceda: Armored Ukrainian Forces Defecting

NBC's Jim Maceda reports that armored Ukrainian troop are handing over their troop carriers to pro-Russian local militia in Slavyansk.

Ukraine Invasion Unlikely as Russia Achieves Goals: General

Russia has staged tanks, fighter jets and an estimated 40,000 troops on its border with Ukraine. But don’t expect them to charge across and start a conventional war — Russia is already achieving what it wants by causing chaos.That’s the read from a retired Army general.

Anti-Government Protesters, Police Clash In Haiti

Protesters demand the resignation and arrest of Haiti's President Michel Martelly, after long-promised elections fail to materialize.

South Korea Ferry Passengers' Chances of Survival 'Small'

Experts said Wednesday that the prospects of survival were slim for almost 300 passengers missing for more than 12 hours after their ferry sank in cold ocean waters off South Korea.

South Korea Ferry Passengers' Survival Chances 'Small'

Experts said Wednesday that the prospects of survival were slim for almost 300 passengers missing for more than 12 hours after their ferry sank in cold ocean waters off South Korea.

Chilean Residents Return to Fire-Ravaged Town

Residents of Chile's fire-stricken Valparaiso attempt to get back on their feet after deadly fires killed 13 people and destroyed 2,000 homes.

Ukraine, Pro-Russia Forces in Uneasy Standoff in Eastern Ukraine

Ukrainian and pro-Russian forces traded public displays of strength in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday as separatist tensions threatened to boil over.

U.S., Russia to Meet on Ukraine as Tensions Quickly Rise

The United States, European, Russian and Ukrainian officials will meet today for the first time in Geneva to try and resolve the crisis in the Ukraine. NBC News' Tracie Potts reports.

The 'Zero-Emission' Engine Is Almost Ready for Prime Time

STUTTGART, Germany — At the Mercedes-Benz headquarters here, a showroom display illustrates the rapid evolution of the iconic luxury brand’s hydrogen-fueled cars.In a 1992 prototype, the fuel cell takes up the entire cargo area of a delivery van.

Ukraine Crisis: NATO Boosts Military Presence in Eastern Europe

NATO vowed Wednesday to toughen its military presence in Eastern Europe in response to Russian aggression in Ukraine.“We will have more planes in the air, more ships on the water and more readiness on the land,” Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen told reporters in Brussels.

Use of Cuban Doctors in Venezuela Stirs Controversy

In poor communities around Venezuela, residents are increasingly relying on the services of Cuban doctors and other professionals. In exchange, Cuba gets an estimated $3.2 billion in Venezuelan oil.

South Korean Ferry Capsizes and Sinks, Hundreds Missing

A ferry mainly carrying students on a high school trip capsized and sank off South Korea's coast.

Brazen Meeting of Al-Qaeda Leaders Caught on Camera

U.S. counterterrorism officials are examining new video allegedly showing a large gathering in Yemen of al-Qaeda members who recently escaped from prison. NBC’s chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel reports.

Hundreds Missing as South Korean Ferry Capsizes and Sinks

A ferry mainly carrying students on a high school trip capsized and sank off South Korea's coast.

Pistorius Forensic Expert Re-enacts Murder Scene

The defense team in South Africa is played offense on Wednesday, trying to unravel the case against Oscar Pistorius. The athlete was back in his seat, again appearing sick in court. NBC's Jeff Rossen reports.

At Least Four Dead After Ferry Sinks Off South Korea

A crowded ferry sank off the coast of South Korea overnight. At least four people are dead and nearly 300 are missing. A frantic rescue operation is underway. CNBC’s Eunice Yoon reports.

Pope asks kids to hop in popemobile

Pope picks two boys to ride in popemobile ahead of his general audience in St. Peter’s Square.

William and Kate arrive in Australia with Prince George

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge land in Australia at the start of a 10-day tour.

Divers Search Sunken South Korea Ferry For Hundreds of Missing

SEOUL, South Korea -- Divers were battling strong currents around a sunken ferry in the hunt for survivors, officials in South Korea said Wednesday as the increasingly desperate rescue operation was extended into the hours of darkness.Almost 300 passengers were still missing at 6 a.m.

Female Lawmaker Defiant After Assassination Bid in Afghanistan

KABUL, Afghanistan -- Gunmen sprayed a prominent female politician's vehicle with bullets in the Afghan capital on Tuesday but the victim remained defiant.Mariam Koofi was hospitalized with a wounded leg, according to her family. Her wounds were not considered life-threatening.

Robotic Sub's Search for MH370 Foiled by 'Technical Issue'

A robotic submarine searching for any sign of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet resurfaced early for the second time in two days on Wednesday.Officials blamed a “technical issue” for Bluefin-21's premature return from the deep off Australia's west coast.

South Korea Ferry Carrying Hundreds of Students Sinks

Almost 300 people were unaccounted for Wednesday after a ferry mainly carrying students on a high school trip capsized and sank off South Korea's coast.Four deaths were confirmed.

South Korean Ferry Carrying Hundreds of Students Sinks

Almost 300 people were unaccounted for Wednesday after a ferry mainly carrying students on a high school trip capsized and sank off South Korea's coast.Three deaths were confirmed.

Caught on Film: Passengers Saved From Sinking Ship

A camera mounted on a rescuer's helmet shows passengers on a stricken South Korean ferry scrambling aboard a rescue boat.

Vladimir Putin is Building 'New Berlin Wall': Ukraine PM

Russian President Vladimir Putin is building a "new Berlin Wall" that will trigger a return to the Cold War era, Ukraine's Western-backed prime minister said Wednesday.

Two-Week Break Approved for Oscar Pistorius' Murder Trial

Oscar Pistorius' murder trial will adjourn for more than two weeks following Thursday's testimony before resuming on May 5.Judge Thokozile Masipa said Wednesday that she was responding to a request for a break from chief prosecutor Gerrie Nel that was supported by the defense.

Hundreds Missing as South Korea Ferry Carrying Students Sinks

Almost 300 people were unaccounted for Wednesday after a ferry mainly carrying students on a high school trip capsized and sank off South Korea's coast.Three deaths were confirmed.

Ship Capsizes, Starts to Slip Under Waves

A passenger ferry carrying hundreds of people was left almost totally submerged after it capsized off the coast of South Korea.

South Korea Ferry Survivor: Rushing Water Trapped Passengers

Many passengers aboard the sunken South Korea ferry were trapped inside by rushing water when the vessel tilted, one of the tearful survivors said Wednesday.Kim Seong-mok told YTN television that he heard the vessel crash into something.


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