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Amateur Video Captures Ferry Chaos
Amateur Video Captures Ferry Chaos

Amateur video captures the confusion aboard the South Korean ferry which capsized on Wednesday. As the vessel lists an announcement urges passengers to stay put. Even though they're wearing lifejackets the announcement warns them it would be more dangerous to move. The video emerged on the same day the president of the company which operated the ferry said the firm had committed a great sin.

The Stars Turn Out for Sting
The Stars Turn Out for Sting

After 25 years Sting and Trudie Style are just as passionate about protecting the world's rainforest as ever. The couple hosted their annual Rainforest Benefit Fund concert in New York on Thursday (April 18) with help from movie, music and political stars.

Ferry Tragedy Captured on Video
Ferry Tragedy Captured on Video

Dramatic new mobile phone footage has emerged, showing passengers lying and sitting on the floor of the South Korean ferry as it sank on Wednesday (April 16). In the footage, an announcement can be heard telling the passengers to stay put. "Do not move from where you are now. Don't move because it's more dangerous if you move," the announcement says. The footage shows passengers remaining in their positions rather than evacuating the already tilted vessel.

Bryan Singer Accuser Says He Was Raped by the Director in Late 1990s
Bryan Singer Accuser Says He Was Raped by the Director in Late 1990s

ROUGH CUT (NO NARRATION) STORY: A man has accused film director Bryan Singer of drugging and raping him when he was a teenager during the late 1990s. The accusation comes just weeks before the

Violence Reignites in Caracas as Protesters, Police Face Off
Violence Reignites in Caracas as Protesters, Police Face Off

Student demonstrators faced off with riot police in Caracas on Thursday as protests rage on in Venezuela to oust socialist President Nicolas Maduro. The latest clashes took place in the Caracas opposition barrio of Chacao, with police using tear gas to disperse demonstrators. Paramedics were on hand to treat citizens caught up in the scuffles.

Pope Washes and Kisses Feet of 12 Sick and Disabled People
Pope Washes and Kisses Feet of 12 Sick and Disabled People

Pope Francis on Thursday evening traveled to a Church-run rehabilitation center on Rome's outskirts for a service where he washed, dried and kissed the feet of 12 sick and disabled people at a traditional Holy Thursday ceremony. Holy Thursday commemorates the day Jesus founded the priesthood at the Last Supper with his apostles before he was betrayed and arrested on the night before his crucifixion.

Muslims Under Siege in Central African Republic
Muslims Under Siege in Central African Republic

Life under siege in Central African Republic. Muslim children in this war-torn country are going hungry. Bloodshed and repeated attacks have left all Muslims huddling in one district of a former diamond town. They are learning to live without.

Peru's Ubinas Volcano Puts Authorities on Alert
Peru's Ubinas Volcano Puts Authorities on Alert

The Ubinas volcano in southwestern Peru has authorities raising the alert level from yellow to orange, prompting evacuations and other necessary precautionary measures. Jose Machare of Peru's Institute of Geophyics says activity this week is ranging from small to a level three.

Weibo Withstands Weakness in Tech
Weibo Withstands Weakness in Tech

Weibo's Nasdaq debut Thursday proved investor appetite for Chinese IPOs remains strong. Even with the recent meltdown in tech stocks, China's latest tech offering at one point soared 42 percent above its initial $17 share price, and settled at just over $20 a share. The messaging service, considered the "Twitter of China", also staved off concerns about a recent slowdown in Weibo's user growth.

Obama: Talks Offer Hope Diplomacy Can Work in Ukraine
Obama: Talks Offer Hope Diplomacy Can Work in Ukraine

A sign of common cause in Geneva. Russia, Ukraine, the U.S. and EU agree to an immediate halt to violence in Ukraine -- where Western powers believe Russia is fomenting a pro-Russian separatist movement. U.S. President Barack Obama welcomes the move.

Wall Street Snaps Back to Life
Wall Street Snaps Back to Life

Wall Street coasts into the end of a holiday shortened week The Dow, the S&P 500, and the Nasdaq were each little changed. A different story longer term, blue chips had their best week of 2014 and the Nasdaq snapped a three-week slump. First, the economy... A drop in unemployment claims to near pre-recession levels suggests the economy could see faster growth later this year. In a separate report, business activity in the Mid-Atlantic region hit its highest pace in seven months.

Colombian Novelist Garcia Marquez Dies Age 87
Colombian Novelist Garcia Marquez Dies Age 87

Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Colombian author who put magical realism on the literary map, has died. A source close to his family said the Nobel Laureate passed away Thursday at his home in Mexico City. The novelist had just returned home from the hospital last week after what doctors said was a bout of pneumonia. Garcia Marquez was Latin America's best-known author.

Blood Spills in Baghdad
Blood Spills in Baghdad

At least eight people are killed as a car bomb explodes in Baghdad. More than 26 others were wounded in the attack in Sadr City Wednesday-- a mostly Shi'ite neighborhood. Now destroyed cars line the streets. Violence is becoming all to familiar.

Obama Offers Condolences to Victims' Families of South Korea Ferry Tragedy
Obama Offers Condolences to Victims' Families of South Korea Ferry Tragedy

Obama offers his condolences to victims' families after a South Korean ferry capsized with 475 people onboard. Most of them were students and teachers from the same high school. Only 149 passengers have been rescued and many are believed to be trapped inside. "I just want to express on behalf of the American people our deepest condolences to the Republic of Korea and the families of all those who have seen their loved ones lost when the ferry sank within the last couple of days," said Obama.

Putin Says Trust Lost in Ties with U.S.
Putin Says Trust Lost in Ties with U.S.

On Wednesday the State Department described the U.S. relationship with Russia as "complicated." Russian President Vladimir Putin has a harsher assessment, saying trust is gone.

Jury Hears Opening Arguments in Trial of Radical Muslim Cleric
Jury Hears Opening Arguments in Trial of Radical Muslim Cleric

Trainer of terrorists or orator of fiery rhetoric? A U.S. jury heard opening arguments Thursday in the trial of a radical Muslim cleric. Abu Hamza al-Masri is accused of trying to set up a jihadist training camp in Oregon, aiding militants in a deadly 1998 hostage operation, and providing aid to al Qaeda and the Taliban in Afghanistan. Assistant U.S. Attorney Edward Kim told the court that Hamza's goal was clear, simple and vicious: train terrorists.

"I Don't Think We Can Count on Anything" - Obama on Ukraine Agreement
"I Don't Think We Can Count on Anything" - Obama on Ukraine Agreement

U.S. President Obama said "I don't think we can count on anything" after U.S., Russia, Ukraine and EU together called for an immediate halt to violence in Ukraine. Ukrainian, Russian and Western diplomats held emergency talks in Geneva seeking to resolve a confrontation that has seen pro-Russian fighters seize official buildings across eastern Ukraine while Moscow masses tens of thousands of troops on the frontier.

Singer Accused of Rape, De Niro Opens Tribeca
Singer Accused of Rape, De Niro Opens Tribeca

Bryan Singer has been accused of drugging and raping a teenage boy in California and Hawaii in the late 1990s, according to a lawsuit filed in U.S. court. The lawsuit alleges the producer and director used his influence as a Hollywood insider, as well as a range of drugs and alcohol, to force sex on the boy. Reps for Singer have denied the claims, which have been made just weeks before the release of his upcoming film, "X-Men: Days of Future Past."

Slovenian Artist Creates Egg-Cellent Beauty
Slovenian Artist Creates Egg-Cellent Beauty

While decorating eggs are a common practice around Easter in many parts of the world, probably none will be as impressive as the ones created by this man. Slovenian artist Franc Grom uses simple tools to create this - an intricate and stunning artwork achieved by drilling thousands of tiny holes into an egg shell.

Saudi Genome Project Targets High Incidence of Genetic Disease in the Kingdom
Saudi Genome Project Targets High Incidence of Genetic Disease in the Kingdom

The Saudi Human Genome Program aims to identify Saudi-specific genetic mutations linked to diseases like diabetes, which occur with disproportionate frequency in the kingdom. One reason for their prevalence, says research scientist Dr Ayman Sulyman, is the practice of endogamy - where marriage between blood or tribal relatives takes place over generations

Church Must Be "Refuge for Sinners" - Pope Francis
Church Must Be "Refuge for Sinners" - Pope Francis

Holy Thursday at the Vatican. It's marks the day Jesus founded the priesthood at the Last Supper with his apostles on the night before he died. Pope Francis, who since his election last year, has urged priests not to seek out material comforts or climb clerical career ladders, leads a solemn service starting four packed days of events culminating in Easter Sunday. He says the church must always be a refuge for the poor.

U.S. Sending More Non-Lethal Military Aid to Ukraine
U.S. Sending More Non-Lethal Military Aid to Ukraine

The United States will send additional non-lethal military support to Ukraine, U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said on Thursday (April 17), in the latest U.S. move to reassure allies following Russia's annexation of Crimea and a buildup of Russian forces on the Ukrainian border.

Micro-Organs to Shape the Future of Personalised Medicine
Micro-Organs to Shape the Future of Personalised Medicine

Professor John Wikswo is checking in on his micro-liver, a miniaturized device designed to keep human liver cells alive, by mimicking the environment inside a real liver. Wikswo, a physicist and biomedical engineer at Vanderbilt University, helps lead the $19 million dollar ATHENA project, an ambitious effort to interconnect four synthetic micro organs, a heart, liver, kidney and lungs, to produce a human replica for drug and chemical testing.

Putin to Snowden: "We Do Not Allow" Mass Surveillance
Putin to Snowden: "We Do Not Allow" Mass Surveillance

Russian President Vladimir Putin says his country does not carry out mass indiscriminate surveillance. In his live question and answer telethon address, Putin received a question from none other than former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. Snowden, who revealed last year that the U.S. government was collecting private communications from its citizens through the National Security Agency, is in Russia under temporary asylum.