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“Let the Headlines Speak”
by From the Internet   
March 23rd, 2014

14 earthquakes recorded in Oklahoma since Friday
The U.S. Geological Survey has recorded 14 earthquakes in Oklahoma since about 9:30 p.m. Friday, the largest being a magnitude 4.0. The 4.0 magnitude quake was recorded at 10:05 p.m. Friday about seven miles south of Langston. Three other quakes of magnitude 2.9, 3.0 and 3.3 were recorded Saturday afternoon in the Medford area. The other quakes ranged from magnitude 2.4 to 2.9.  

Spain austerity: Huge Madrid protest turns violent
Violence has broken out at the end of an anti-austerity protest attended by tens of thousands of people in the Spanish capital Madrid. Dozens of youths threw projectiles at police, who responded by charging at them. Demonstrators were protesting over issues including unemployment, poverty and official corruption.  

North Korea steps up missile launches
North Korea has test fired dozens of short-range rockets in the past 24 hours, the South's military says, in an apparent show of anger with Seoul. Analysts say the launches are Pyongyang's way of protesting against joint military drills between the US and South Korea. Some 16 rockets were fired into the sea early on Sunday, following the launch of 30 on Saturday.  

Guinea deaths: Ebola blamed for deadly fever outbreak
The Ebola virus has been identified as the cause of an outbreak of haemorrhagic fever now believed to have killed nearly 60 people in southern Guinea, government officials say. Scores of cases have been recorded since the outbreak began early last month. There is no known cure or vaccine for the highly contagious Ebola virus.  

William Hague: Russia faces 'isolation' over Ukraine
William Hague has warned Russia that it faces long-term "isolation and stagnation" over the crisis in Ukraine. The foreign secretary said it was time to consider a "new state of relations" different to that of the past 20 years. Writing in the Sunday Telegraph, he said the UK and its European allies would not "run scared".  

Three killed by a landslide in US state of Washington
At least three people have been killed and several badly injured in a huge landslide in a rural area of the north-western American state of Washington, officials say. The landslide destroyed six houses and covered a road near the town of Oso, about 90km (55 miles) north of Seattle. It was at least 41m (135ft) wide and 54m deep, local authorities said.  

Report: US could free Pollard to rescue Israeli-Palestinian peace talks
With Israeli-Palestinian peace talks teetering on the brink of collapse, US officials are mulling a desperate bid to resuscitate the negotiations by making a significant move that would win the approval of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s coalition, one that may perhaps include the release of Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard, Israel Radio reported on Sunday.  

After Jenin raid, Netanyahu vows Israel 'will attack those who attack us'
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu praised Israel's security forces...for the raid in Jenin on Saturday that led to the death of Hamas member Hamza Abu Aleija. “Our forces hit someone who planned and organized attacks on innocent civilians," he said, calling this a "very important" operation. "Our policy is to attack those who attack or plan to attack us." 

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