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Religion & citizenship in Texas; Palmyra arch recreated; icy moon Europa.
Photograph shows Republican presidential candidate, Sen.Ted Cruz, R-Texas speaks during a rally. (Credit: Associated Press)
Kabul blast; Voting underway in crucial New York primary; 360-degree online streaming.
(Photo: Several injured people in a Kabul hospital. Credit: AP)
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Supporters of the Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff say they will continue to fight the impeachment proceedings against her; Interview with Iran's foreign minister on Syria; and Louisiana sinking.
Picture: Demonstrators celebrate after the lower house of Congress voted to proceed with the impeachment of Brazil"s President Dilma Rousseff (Credit: Reuters)
Brazilian Congress votes on impeachment proceedings against President Rousseff; Death toll rises in Ecuador earthquake; Axl Rose to replace AC/DC lead singer on world tour
(Picture: Brazilian Congressmen demonstrate to show their support or opposition to the vote to impeach President Rousseff; Credit: Reuters)
Dozens killed by Ecuador's most powerful earthquake in decades. Final polio eradication push begins across the globe with new vaccine. And a brief history of underwear exhibition opens in London.
(Picture: People stand on the debris of a building in Manta, Ecuador. Credit: REUTERS/Patricio Ramos)