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Bill Clinton Honors Oklahoma City Bombing Victims on 20th Anniversary
Bill Clinton Honors Oklahoma City Bombing Victims on 20th Anniversary

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton paid tribute to the victims of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing on Sunday (April 19), along with hundreds of survivors and other officials. "For 20 years, you have honored the memories of your loved ones. You have inspired us by the power of your renewal. You have reminded us that we should all live by the Oklahoma standard -- service, honor, kindness," he said.

Islamic State Shot and Beheaded 30 Ethiopian Christians in Libya
Islamic State Shot and Beheaded 30 Ethiopian Christians in Libya

A video purportedly released by Islamic State claims to show its militants shooting and beheading what appears to be around 30 Ethiopian Christians in Libya. A militant speaking in the video portrays Christians as crusaders out to kill Muslims. The video shows about 15 men beheaded on a beach and another group of the same size shot in their heads in scrubland. Reuters was unable to verify the authenticity of the video.

Oklahoma City Bombing Remembered 20 Years Later
Oklahoma City Bombing Remembered 20 Years Later

Oklahoma City held a memorial service on Sunday (April 19) to remember the victims of the 1995 bombing of the Afred P. Murrah Federal Building that killed 168 and injured 680 others. Hundreds of survivors attended the 20th anniversary ceremony as well as former President Bill Clinton, who was in his first term in office when the bombing occurred.

Iran's Leader Says U.S. Created "Myth" of Iranian Nuclear Weapons
Iran's Leader Says U.S. Created "Myth" of Iranian Nuclear Weapons

Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei hardens his anti-U.S. rhetoric, as nuclear negotiations resume this week. Addressing a hall of several hundred military commanders, he said America -- not Iran -- was the greatest threat to the world. As the highest authority in Iran, Khamenei has supported the nuclear talks but continues to express deep mistrust of the United States.

Hundreds Evacuated in Southern California Brush Fire
Hundreds Evacuated in Southern California Brush Fire

A massive vegetation fire broke out in Southern California's Chino Hills area Saturday night. Residents were forced to evacuate just hours after it started as more than 200 homes were potentially in the line of fire. The blaze was first reported in a cluster of trees around 6 p.m. local time and spread rapidly, officials said. By early Sunday morning, the fire had burned about 300 acres and was 15 percent contained. So far, no injuries have been reported.

War Vets Tour Agent Orange Victims Center in Hanoi
War Vets Tour Agent Orange Victims Center in Hanoi

Children with disabilities play in the courtyard of Vietnam Friendship Village outside Hanoi. They are some of the 100 children and 40 adults who live in the center which helps victims of Agent Orange, a deadly herbicide used extensively by U.S. troops during the Vietnam War. As the 40th anniversary of the end of the war approaches, a group of U.S. veterans and anti-war activists are visiting the facility to learn about the war's lingering affects.

South Korea Police Clash with Protesters Over Ferry Disaster
South Korea Police Clash with Protesters Over Ferry Disaster

South Korean police on Saturday (April 18) clashed with thousands of protesters, blocking their way to the presidential palace, where they hoped to demand a more vigorous government response to a ferry disaster that claimed more than 300 lives a year ago. About 13,000 police and 470 police buses were deployed in the area around Seoul's main ceremonial thoroughfare and 100 protesters were arrested, an official of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency said.

Saudi-Led Air Strikes Continue in Yemen, One Ground Force Member Killed
Saudi-Led Air Strikes Continue in Yemen, One Ground Force Member Killed

Children and residents in Yemen's West Aden ran through the streets late last week as smoke filled the horizon. Coalition air strikes continue here in a Saudi-led campaign against Iran-backed Houthi rebels who have control over large portions of the country. Since the air strikes began three weeks ago, the United Nations estimates some 150,000 people have been forced from their homes. More than 750 people have been killed.

Prince Harry Flies a Tiger Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter in Australia
Prince Harry Flies a Tiger Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter in Australia

Prince Harry, or, Captain Wales, as he is known in the British Army, spent the first couple of weeks of his month-long secondment with the Australian Defence Force at the 1st Brigade in the Northern Territory. Part of his program included flying a Tiger Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter (ARH). The prince had to take flight simulation training before flying with the 1st Aviation Regiment from Robertson Barracks near Darwin, officials said.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Arrive in Cleveland
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Arrive in Cleveland

For music fans, it doesn't get much better than this. It was an all-star, red carpet event in Cleveland, Ohio Saturday night as inductees and other industry heavy-weights arrived at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. This year's honorees include former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr, who's released 18 solo studio albums since the band broke up in 1970.

2015 NASA Rover Challenge Underway in Alabama
2015 NASA Rover Challenge Underway in Alabama

It was a race to the finish for teams participating in the 2015 NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge in Alabama. High school and university teams designed and built their vehicles, then drove them through the obstacle course which was made to resemble terrain on moons, planets, and asteroids. The NASA Rover Challenge website said the competition aims to test students' engineering skills while demonstrating NASA's commitment to new generations of explorers.

A Look Back at the Devastating BP Oil Spill
A Look Back at the Devastating BP Oil Spill

This kickstarted one of the most devastating environmental disasters ever to hit U.S. shores. On April 20, 2010 an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico killed 11 workers. And it spewed 200 million gallons of crude oil into the ocean for almost three months. These are just some of the animals it affected. Crews worked around the clock to clean-up hundreds of miles of coastline... as BP worked to seal the ruptured wellhead.

IMF's Lagarde Says Ghana's IMF Program Likely to Free Up Other Lending
IMF's Lagarde Says Ghana's IMF Program Likely to Free Up Other Lending

The head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, said on Saturday (April 18) that a new IMF support program for Ghana would likely unlock lending from other bilateral institutions. "It clearly will have a catalytic effect," IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde told a news conference at the conclusion of a meeting of the IMF's steering committee in Washington, DC.

Millions Expected to View Turin Shroud in Rare Display
Millions Expected to View Turin Shroud in Rare Display

The Cathedral of Turin in northern Italy gets ready for a rare display of the Shroud of Turin - a yellowing piece of linen revered by some believers as Christ's burial cloth and dismissed by skeptics as a hoax and a tourist trap. The shroud, that measures 14 feet, bears an image some worshippers say is that of Christ. The length of the cloth is marked by what some believe are drops of blood from wounds in the wrists and feet.

South Africa's Zuma Tells Foreigners They Are Welcome to Stay
South Africa's Zuma Tells Foreigners They Are Welcome to Stay

Rubber bullets fly through the darkness, Friday, as police in Johannesburg fight running battles with looters. They're dealing with a wave of anti-immigrant violence and are trying to deter even more public looting. Businesses owned by foreign nationals have come under attack... like this car garage that was targeted by firebombs.

Russia's Putin Says Ready to Work with United States
Russia's Putin Says Ready to Work with United States

Russia has key interests in common with the United States and needs to work with it on a common agenda, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday (April 18) in a television interview. In his comments to the state-run Rossiya channel, Putin appeared to soften his anti-American rhetoric after being highly critical. Relations between Moscow and Washington and other Western powers have soured over the conflict in Russia's neighbour Ukraine, sinking to an all-time low.

Police Body Cam Video Shows Murder Suspect Daring Officer to Shoot Him
Police Body Cam Video Shows Murder Suspect Daring Officer to Shoot Him

Ohio police released body camera video showing a double murder suspect running at an officer, daring the officer to shoot him. The suspect, 27-year-old Michael Wilcox is accused of shooting his 25-year-old fiancée Courtney Fowler to death. He's also charged with fatally shooting 27-year-old Zachary Gilkison. Police followed the car of the suspect who engaged an officer, threatening a 'suicide by cop.'

Earth Day Rally Takes Over National Mall
Earth Day Rally Takes Over National Mall

Thousands gathered on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on Saturday for an Earth Day rally. The Global Citizen 2015 Earth Day event featured a free concert with performances from well-known artists like Train. The group My Morning Jacket also took to the stage. The rally aims to raise awareness about climate change and poverty.

18th Century Replica of French Frigate Prepares for Atlantic Crossing
18th Century Replica of French Frigate Prepares for Atlantic Crossing

As fast as the wind can take her, a full-size replica of 18th-century frigate L'Hermione makes its way up the Charente River. A crew of 80 sailors had labored in the early morning to prepare the replica for its United States voyage... Much like the one it made over 200 years ago when the original warship carried France's Marquis de Lafayette to America to aid the rebel colonists. The ship's captain, Yann Cariou, says he's embarking on the sail of a lifetime.

Trump: 'We Don't Win Anymore'
Trump: 'We Don't Win Anymore'

Donald Trump says the U.S. is not winning anymore because of the bad decisions being made by Democratic leaders. Speaking at the Republican Leadership Conference in New Hampshire, the potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate said, "We don't win anymore, whether it's ISIS or whether it's China with our trade agreements. No matter what it is, we don't seem to have it."

Denver Teacher's Third Grade Assigment Goes Viral
Denver Teacher's Third Grade Assigment Goes Viral

It's a class assignment that's gone viral. Third grade teacher Kyle Schwartz asked her students at Doull Elementary, an inner city school in Denver, to write down something they wished she knew about them. Some of the responses were heartbreaking. One student wrote, "I wish my teacher knew sometimes my reading log is not signed because my mom is not around a lot." Another student said she had no friends to play with at recess.

Afghan President Blames Islamic State for Deadly Blast
Afghan President Blames Islamic State for Deadly Blast

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is blaming Islamic State militants for a suicide blast that killed at least 33 people in the eastern city of Jalalabad, without giving further detail. The blast also injured more than 100 people, leaving civilians fighting for their lives in a local hospital. Some are wondering how exactly they got here:

Pope Urges Europe to Help with Migrant Crisis in Italy
Pope Urges Europe to Help with Migrant Crisis in Italy

Italy's newly elected president Sergio Mattarella arrived at the Vatican for his first official meeting with Pope Francis. The influx of thousands of migrants into Italy dominated the meeting with the Pope, who called on Europe and the international community to do more to address the ongoing crisis.

Flash Floods Hit Texas
Flash Floods Hit Texas

The rain came down fast and hard in Texas. Storms pounded the Houston area causing flash flooding and a big headache for drivers. "This rain is just too much. It's been raining so much all week and it's not getting any better." Heavy winds partially knocked down a circus tent in Brazoria County sending hundreds running for safety.