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Ukraine, Russia Trade Blame For Eastern Shootout

Ukraine and Russia traded blame Sunday for a shootout at a checkpoint manned by pro-Russia insurgents in eastern Ukraine that left one person dead and others hospitalized with gunshot wounds. The identity of the attackers remained unclear. Russia blamed militant Ukrainian nationalists and the Ukrainian government said the attack near the city of Slovyansk was staged by provocateurs from outside the country. The armed clash appeared to be the first since an international agreement was reached last week in Geneva to ease tensions in eastern Ukraine, where armed pro-Russia activists have seized government buildings in at least 10 cities.
 
Deadly gunfight in Eastern Ukraine shakes fragile Easter truce

At least two people were killed on Easter Sunday in a gunfight near a Ukrainian city controlled by pro-Russian separatists, shaking an already fragile international accord designed to avert a wider conflict. Mana Rabiee reports.
 
Search Ends For Missing On Everest, Some Sherpas Call For Shutdown

Rescuers have given up searching for three sherpa guides missing two days after the deadliest ever accident on Nepal's Mount Everest killed at least 13 and shocked the mountaineering world. "We have called off the search operation. It not possible to find the three missing persons, dead or alive," said Lakpa Sherpa, of the Himalayan Rescue Operation, speaking from base camp, the starting point for Everest expeditions. Shocked and demoralized by the accident, several sherpa guides have called for the 29,035 foot mountain to be closed to expeditions during the popular climbing season that runs through May this year as a mark of respect for the dead.
 
Heavy Snowfall Hits Search Operations On Mt. Everest

Authorities in Kathmandu said Sunday, that heavy snowfall has been impeding search operations on Mt. Everest after at least 13 people were killed in the deadliest single-day loss of life in the mountain's history. According to Nepal's ministry of tourism and civil aviation, an avalanche at the elevation of nearly 5,900 metres Friday killed at least 13 Sherpas while three others are still missing. Chief of the ministry's mountaineering division Madhusudan Burlakoti said, "The situation is not good since Saturday evening as the world's highest peak is witnessing huge snowfall." Burlakoti added, "Rescue and search operations have been hit hard."
 
Pope Francis Prays For Peace In Ukraine, Syria On Easter

Pope Francis marked his second Easter as leader of the world's largest Christian church by calling for an end to the conflicts in Ukraine and Syria.
 
Pope Francis Prays For Peace In Ukraine, Syria On Easter

Pope Francis marked his second Easter as leader of the world's largest Christian church by calling for an end to the conflicts in Ukraine and Syria.
 
Duchene Not Likely To Play In Wild Series

Colorado Avalanche coach Patrick Roy says he doesn't expect leading scorer Matt Duchene to play in the first-round playoff series against Minnesota. Duchene has been out since damaging the MCL in his left knee when he ran into a teammate against San Jose on March 29. Roy said before Game 2 on Saturday that he would be ''very, very surprised'' if Duchene returns against the Wild, especially since Duchene hasn't even started skating.
 
Mazda Recalls 109,000 Older SUVs Over Rusting Parts

Mazda is recalling 109,000 Tribute SUVs in cold-weather states to fix rusting frame parts. The recall covers SUVs from the 2001 through 2004 model years. Mazda says in documents filed with U.S. safety regulators that the frame can rust and a wheel control arm can separate from it. The SUVs were originally sold or registered in 20 states and Washington, D.C., where salt is used to clear snow and ice from roads. Dealers will install a reinforcement brace to fix the problem. The same problem caused a recall of nearly 386,000 older Ford Escapes earlier this month.
 
Boko Haram Admits To Nigeria Bombing, Silent On Kidnapping

The Al-Qaeda linked militant group is also accused of kidnapping over 100 schoolgirls. Boko Haram has not claimed responsibility for the abduction.
 
Cuban Catholics Mark Holy Weeks End With Religious Processions

Thousands of Roman Catholics in Cuba are marking the end of Holy Week by holding religious processions fully sanctioned by the government. Some joined Cuban Cardinal Jaime Ortega at Havana’s Cathedral while many more chose to follow the Way of the Cross in smaller processions led by parish priests in their communities. Cuba was officially an atheist state shortly after the 1959 Revolution until 1992.
 
Khloé Kardashian And French Montana Grab Late-Night Pizza In New York City

Khloé Kardashian and French Montana, who were recently spotted at LAX airport together on Wednesday night, re-surfaced in the Big Apple early Saturday morning. The E! star and the rapper, both clad in black, enjoyed some late-night pizza at Star Gourmet in Manhattan. They began their evening with Montana hosting a party at Allstar Night Club in Elizabeth, New Jersey. The pals, both 29, and their entourage then briefly hit up Greenhouse for an after party, before getting their slices. A source close to E! News says "Khloé adores him. She keeps telling everyone what a great guy he is."
 
Two Killed By Bomb Inside Bahrain Car: Ministry

Two people were killed in a car that blew up in a mainly Shi'ite village in Bahrain on Saturday, and the interior ministry said the initial investigation showed that a homemade bomb had detonated inside the vehicle. In a separate incident, the ministry said a bomb wounded three civil defence officials as they were putting out burning tyres near the entrance to a village outside the capital, Manama. Sunni-ruled Bahrain has been hit by several small bombings in recent weeks as the kingdom struggles to end simmering unrest among its Shi'ite Muslim majority, which rose up unsuccessfully in an Arab Spring-inspired revolt in 2011.
 
U.N. Envoy Say Israel Tried To Bar Him From Pre-Easter Rites

A United Nations envoy accused Israel on Saturday of trying to block him and other diplomats from a pre-Easter "Holy Fire" ritual in the packed Jerusalem church Christians revere as the burial site of Jesus. The incident, following two days of violence at a separate flashpoint holy site for Jews and Muslims, pointed up rising tensions in the politically charged city ahead of Pope Francis's Holy Land visit next month. Israel dismissed the U.N. complaint, calling it an attempt to inflate a "micro-incident" and noting there was no reported violence among the tens of thousands of Christians who thronged to the Holy Sepulchre Church in Jerusalem's old walled city
 
At Barricades, Ukraine Insurgents Await Easter

Pro-Russian forces in eastern Ukraine on Saturday prepared to celebrate Orthodox Easter at barricades outside government offices seized in nearly a dozen cities, despite an international agreement to disarm and free the premises.
 
At Barricades, Ukraine Insurgents Await Easter

Pro-Russian forces in eastern Ukraine on Saturday prepared to celebrate Orthodox Easter at barricades outside government offices seized in nearly a dozen cities, despite an international agreement to disarm and free the premises.
 
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