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Sarkozy Wins Local Election as Far Right Makes Gains -Exit Polls
Sarkozy Wins Local Election as Far Right Makes Gains -Exit Polls

TV exit polls in France show a win for conservatives in round two of local elections. The UMP party -- led by ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy -- and its allies will take an estimated 66-70 departments, up from 41. While President Francois Hollande's Socialists are poised to lose half their councils. And while the far-right National Front couldn't match the numbers of the mainstream parties, leader Marine Le Pen cheered its considerable gains.

Iraqi Forces Press Ahead with Tikrit Offensive
Iraqi Forces Press Ahead with Tikrit Offensive

The sound of war echoes across the skies above a barren and bloody Tikrit. Iraqi forces say they're rolling into the city's western area, slowly gaining more territory from the hardline Islamic State militants. With the help of U.S.-led air strikes, they're hoping to break the IS grip on the city, captured last year by the hardline Sunni group. An Iraqi brigadier general though says they're running into trademark IS traps.

Faithful Attend Palm Sunday Processions in the Holy Land
Faithful Attend Palm Sunday Processions in the Holy Land

Waving palm fronds and branches, hundreds of people from all over the world sing their way through the streets of Jerusalem to kick off Holy Week: Palestinian Christians, worshippers, pilgrims and tourists.

New Video Emerges of Islamist Fight to Take Syria's Idlib – Amvid
New Video Emerges of Islamist Fight to Take Syria's Idlib – Amvid

A Syrian army soldier is gunned down in Idlib. Rights groups say after more than four years of civil war, the city has now fallen to Islamist groups including al Qaeda's Nusra Front. Amateur video Reuters cannot independently verify appears to show the takeover of Idlib by Islamist insurgents. More footage purports to show a prison escape from an Idlib jail. Idlib has faced an influx of displaced people who fled other parts of Syria during the conflict.

At Least Twelve Killed in Multiple Car Accident in Turkey
At Least Twelve Killed in Multiple Car Accident in Turkey

At least twelve people, including nine Syrians, were killed in a multi-car crash in the southeast Turkish province of Sanliurfa on Sunday (March 29) and seven others were wounded, local TV channel Kanal Urfa reported. Four of the victims died on the spot and eight of them lost their lives in hospital, the channel reported. Seven people were still being treated in a local hospital, it said.

Body Found at New York City Building Explosion Site: Police
Body Found at New York City Building Explosion Site: Police

A body has been found at the site of a gas explosion in New York City that destroyed four buildings last week. A police spokeswoman said the body was recovered at about 1 p.m. local time on Sunday. Rescue crews with cadaver dogs have been digging through the rubble in the East Village neighborhood, searching for two people still unaccounted for. Police have not released the gender and identity of the deceased person.

Air Canada Says Cause of Crash Landing Not Yet Identified
Air Canada Says Cause of Crash Landing Not Yet Identified

An Air Canada flight crash landed and slid off the runway in the east coast city of Halifax on Sunday(March 29), with the airline confirming 23 passengers and crew suffered non-life threatening injuries.

Germany Says Can't Rule Out 'Further Crises' in Iran Nuclear Talks
Germany Says Can't Rule Out 'Further Crises' in Iran Nuclear Talks

German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Sunday (March 29), warned that the stakes in the Iran nuclear negotiations were very high and it was possible there could be further crises ahead of a Tuesday (March 31) deadline for a preliminary deal. Steinmeier was asked by a reporter to describe the atmosphere in the negotiations between Iran, the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China.

Family Film "Home" a Hit with Parents and Kids at Box Office
Family Film "Home" a Hit with Parents and Kids at Box Office

Family film "Home" is scoring big at the box office pulling in a handsome $54 million in ticket sales, according to studio estimates. Family fare at the box office aside - R-rated prison comedy "Get Hard" starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart is capturing the attention of a different crowd. The film pulled in $34.6 million dollars in U.S. and Canadian in ticket sales.

Thousands Wave Palm and Olive Branches in St. Peter's Square
Thousands Wave Palm and Olive Branches in St. Peter's Square

Palm Sunday at the Vatican. Thousands gather in St. Peter's Square to mark the beginning of Holy Week, as Pope Francis pays tribute to those killed for their faith -- A reference to the victims of Islamic State militants.

Netanyahu Says Expected Iranian Nuclear Deal Worse Than Feared
Netanyahu Says Expected Iranian Nuclear Deal Worse Than Feared

As Iran and six major powers sit down for the fifth straight day of nuclear talks in Switzerland, officials say possible compromises to break an impasse are on the table. But Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the details of the possible deal -- are even worse than Israel expected.

Afghan MP Survives Suicide Attack That Kills Three Others
Afghan MP Survives Suicide Attack That Kills Three Others

An Afghan member of parliament survived a targeted suicide attack in Kabul on Sunday (March 29), but three people including a child were killed and eight others injured, police and government sources said. The parliamentarian, Gul Pacha Majidi, had been leaving a meeting in east Kabul when the bomber approached him on foot. Majidi received shrapnel injuries to his leg, but his condition was not life-threatening. The Taliban did not immediately claim responsibility for the attack.

Saudi Arabia Has Not Made Decision on Sending Ground Troops to Yemen
Saudi Arabia Has Not Made Decision on Sending Ground Troops to Yemen

Saudi Arabia has made no decision about whether to send ground troops into Yemen but is keeping its options open, the country's ambassador to the United States said on Sunday. In separate comments on NBC and CBS television channels, Adel al-Jubeir said Saudi Arabia was committed to completing its air campaign aimed at dislodging Iranian-backed Houthis rebels who have taken over much of its southern neighbor Yemen.

Complaint Prompts Llama Drama in Arizona
Complaint Prompts Llama Drama in Arizona

The llamas that led America on the great chase through Sun City, Arizona are retiring. Retiring from the public, at least. A complaint with the U.S. Department of Agriculture led officials to bar any public viewings of the llamas unless the owner gets a permit.

Thousands of Tunisians, Leaders March After Bardo Attack
Thousands of Tunisians, Leaders March After Bardo Attack

World leaders, including French President Francois Hollande, joined tens of thousands of Tunisians on Sunday, to march in solidarity against Islamist militants, a day after security forces killed members of a group blamed for a deadly museum attack. The March 18 attack on the Bardo national museum in Tunis killed 21 foreign tourists and a policeman, shaking a country that has been praised as a peaceful democratic model since leading the first of the Arab Spring uprisings in 2011.

Far-Right Hopes to Gain Ground in French Town
Far-Right Hopes to Gain Ground in French Town

As France's far right National Front party seeks to boost its national campaign in Sunday's local elections, some in the traditionally left-wing town Seyne-les-Alpes say they're ready for change.

Thousands March in Indiana to Protest Law Seen Targeting Gays
Thousands March in Indiana to Protest Law Seen Targeting Gays

Thousands in Indiana are protesting against a new state law that they say supports discrimination against gay people while its supporters contend it promotes religious freedom. Governor Mike Pence signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law on Thursday after it was passed by the Republican-led state legislature.

Filipino Catholics Celebrate Palm Sunday
Filipino Catholics Celebrate Palm Sunday

Catholics in the Philippines waved palm fronds during a morning mass in the capital, celebrating Palm Sunday (March 29). Worshippers in Manila attended the morning service in Santo Domingo Church and had their palm fronds blessed by Catholic priests. Palm Sunday marks the day that the Bible says Jesus rode into Jerusalem to the cheers of the crowds the week before Christian believe he rose from the dead.

France's Le Pen Votes in Local Elections
France's Le Pen Votes in Local Elections

Marine Le Pen heads into the ballot box in her hometown of Henin-Beaumont. in France's second round of local elections. The goal for her far-right National Front party is clear:

Thousands of Tunisians March After Bardo Attack
Thousands of Tunisians March After Bardo Attack

Tens of thousands of Tunisians marched through the capital in a show of solidarity against Islamist militants on Sunday (March 29), hours after the government said its forces had killed nine members of a group suspected of carrying out this month's deadly Bardo Museum attack. The March 18 attack in Tunis killed 21 foreign tourists and a policeman, shaking a country that has been praised as a peaceful democratic model since leading the first of the Arab Spring uprisings in 2011.

Wisconsin's Walker Clarifies Immigration Stance While in Texas
Wisconsin's Walker Clarifies Immigration Stance While in Texas

Likely 2016 Republican U.S. presidential hopeful Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker on a visit to Texas clarified his stance on immigration Saturday (March 28), telling reporters that immigrants seeking U.S. citizenship should return to their country of origin and get in line.

Lights Out for Earth Hour
Lights Out for Earth Hour

Landmarks in cities around the globe are thrown into darkness. This is the annual Earth Hour...the world-wide blackout of such structures for 60 minutes to draw attention to climate change and the impact of small gestures. From Asia, to Europe, to North and Latin America the lights dimmed and disappeared. The event includes some 30 UNESCO World Heritage Sites around the world.

Pope Pays Tribute to 'Today's Martyrs'
Pope Pays Tribute to 'Today's Martyrs'

Pope Francis led the world's Roman Catholics in Palm Sunday celebrations by paying tribute to those killed for their faith on Sunday (March 29), a reference to the victims of Islamic State militants. Francis, who earlier this month began the third year of his papacy, presided at a colourful procession in St. Peter's Square commemorating the day the Bible says people of Jerusalem welcomed Jesus days before he was crucified.

Singapore's Final Farewell to Lee
Singapore's Final Farewell to Lee

Tens of thousands brave the pouring rain to say a final goodbye to Singapore's founding father Lee Kuan Yew. They lined the streets for a glimpse of the coffin from Parliament house where he's been lying in state to the venue for the funeral service. The rain started just minutes before the procession started.