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Japan To Carry Out NW Pacific Whale Hunt This Year: Agriculture Ministry

Japan will carry out its annual Northwest Pacific whaling hunt despite an international court ruling against its whaling program last month, though on a smaller scale, its agriculture ministry said on Friday, a move likely to provoke global anger. Tokyo's decades-old and disputed "scientific whaling" program suffered a major blow last month when the International Court of Justice, in a surprise ruling, ordered a halt to its annual hunts in the Southern Ocean.
 
Pak Court Rejects Musharrafs Petition Challenging Prosecutors Appointment

A special court in Pakistan has rejected former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf's application challenging the appointment of Akram Sheikh as head of the prosecution team. Registrar Abdul Ghani, while announcing the court's decision on the petition, declared it inadmissible for hearing and then rejected it. , Dawn News reports, that In its decision, the special court, which is hearing the high treason case against Musharraf, said the Islamabad High Court's verdict on Dec 23, 2013 had declared the prosecutor's appointment notification as valid.
 
Inside The Ring Of Steel Around The Boston Marathon

The bombing of the Boston Marathon shocked a nation, bloodied a city and stunned its proud police force. Two men — brothers, it turned out — allegedly were able to walk within yards of the finish line on Boylston Street unchallenged by security, drop two bags containing pressure cooker bombs and stroll away moments before they exploded. The Boston Police Department has vowed it will not happen again, that the 2014 Marathon on Monday will be different. Police departments from New Jersey to Maine are sending in units: SWAT units, bomb squads, aerial surveillance and K-9 teams.
 
Arrest Made In Connection With Kansas City Highway Shootings

For the last few weeks, Marisol Sanchez took pains to drive miles out of her way to avoid highways in the Kansas City area. On Thursday, she said she was breathing a little bit easier. Police Chief Darryl Forte announced Thursday night that a man has been taken into custody in connection with as many as 20 highway shootings in the Kansas City, Missouri, area, that began in early March. The suspect's name won't be released until charges have been filed. "It's actually been really nerve-wracking," Sanchez told CNN affiliate KCTV .
 
Jerusalems system.scripts.Latin Patriarch leads Good Friday procession

The door of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City opens for worshippers on Good Friday. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
 
Jerusalems system.scripts.Latin Patriarch leads Good Friday procession

The door of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City opens for worshippers on Good Friday. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
 
Ark. Man Finds 6-Carat Diamond At State Park

An Arkansas man has found a nearly 6.2-carat diamond, which he dubbed "The Limitless Diamond," at the Crater of Diamonds State Park.
 
Inquiry focuses on ferry crew

Investigators say captain of capsized ferry may not have been at the helm when it happened. Paul Chapman reports
 
Inquiry focuses on ferry crew

Investigators say captain of capsized ferry may not have been at the helm when it happened. Paul Chapman reports
 
The latest state to decriminalize pot

Maryland joined 15 states and the District in changing the punishments for small amounts of marijuana possession. PostTV looks at the state of pot laws across the country.
 
British royals soak up Sydney

Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit an agricultural show and a beach in Sydney as part of their ongoing tour of Australia. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
 
Ancient Tundra Discovered Under Greenland Ice Sheet

A team of scientists have found organic soil that has been frozen to the bottom of the Greenland Ice Sheet for 2.7 million years, providing strong evidence that the ice sheet has survived many periods of global warming. WSJ's Niki Blasina reports. Photo: Joshua Brown, University of Vermont.
 
Ukraine diplomacy raises hope

Russia and Western Powers reach agreement on de-escalation in Ukraine but U.S. warns of new sanctions if Russia fails to act. Paul Chapman reports
 
Ukraine diplomacy raises hope

Russia and Western Powers reach agreement on de-escalation in Ukraine but U.S. warns of new sanctions if Russia fails to act. Paul Chapman reports
 
Ukraine diplomacy raises hope

Russia and Western Powers reach agreement on de-escalation in Ukraine but U.S. warns of new sanctions if Russia fails to act. Paul Chapman reports
 
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