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B. 04-06 Duke claims fifth NCAA men's basketball crown
2. 04-07 White officer charged over unarmed black man's death North Charleston, South Carolina
3. 04-08 Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: Marathon bomber found guilty Boston
E. 04-12 Hillary Clinton declares 2016 Democratic presidential bid White House, USA
F. 04-13 US concern as Russia lifts ban on Iran arms delivery Washington
04-21 Department of Justice probe into police custody death Baltimore
7. 04-23 US admits two hostages killed in al-Qaeda raid Washington
8. 04-28 Baltimore police enforce curfew Baltimore

Summary.     Click for More > US admits two hostages killed in al-Qaeda raid Curfew in Baltimore as Freddie Gray protests spread State Dept. IDs 2 Americans killed in Nepal quake Baltimore police enforce curfew  Police are trying to enforce a curfew, a night after violence rocked the city. 2,000 National Guard troops and 1,000 police are on the city ... Freddie Gray: New lead over police van journey Messenger's Mercury trip ends with a bang Airbus to sue in US, German spying row Austria rejects US bid to extradite Dmytro Firtash
Duke claims fifth NCAA men's basketball crown White officer charged over unarmed black man's death   A police officer Michael Slager has been charged with murder after a black man who appeared to be fleeing from him was shot dead Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: Marathon bomber found guilty   The man accused of bombing the Boston Marathon has been found guilty of all 30 charges that he faced, many of which carry the death penalty US warns Iran over 'support' for Yemen Houthi rebels South Carolina police release dash cam video US and Cuba hold highest-level meeting in 50 years Hillary Clinton 'to announce 2016 campaign' Obama: ‘days of meddling’ in Latin America are past   Hillary Clinton declares 2016 Democratic presidential bid Map of White House USA  Former US Secretary of State has formally entered the 2016 race for the White House in a bid to become the first woman US president Spieth wins Masters, ties record Hillary Clinton sets off for tour of key states US concern as Russia lifts ban on Iran arms delivery Cuba praises 'fair' US pledge on terrorism list Poland fury at Holocaust comment by FBI's James Comey Department of Justice probe into police custody death
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  DOJ has opened an investigation into the death of Freddie Gray, a black man, who died from spinal injuries suffered while in police custody.    Gray, 25, died in hospital on Sunday, a week after being arrested in Baltimore. ...
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Duke claims fifth NCAA men's basketball crown Map of Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis Indiana  The Blue Devils won the NCAA men's basketball championship in a thrilling title contest, defeating a tough Wisconsin team 68-63 White officer charged over unarmed black man's death Map of North Charleston South Carolina


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Apr.1  New Jersey  US Senator Bob Menendez charged with corruption
 California  California governor order first ever water restrictions
Apr.2  North Carolina  US sailor rescued after 66 days lost at sea
Apr.3  Alabama  Alabama death row inmate freed after 30 years
 Washington  Obama seeks to persuade Congress on Iran deal
Apr.4  Indiana  Duke headed for championship game
 Indiana  Kentucky's movie-script season cut short at 38-1
Apr.6  Boston  Tsarnaev 'wanted to punish America'
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Apr.7   South Carolina  
  A police officer Michael Slager has been charged with murder after a black man who appeared to be fleeing from him was shot dead
 Kentucky  Rand Paul announces 2016 White House bid  Washington  US boosts arms supplies for Saudi-led coalition  Mid-Atlantic states  Father and seven children found dead at home Apr.8   Boston   Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: Marathon bomber found guilty
  The man accused of bombing the Boston Marathon has been found guilty of all 30 charges that he faced, many of which carry the death penalty
 Washington  Obama calls for end to 'gay conversion therapies'   Washington     US warns Iran over 'support' for Yemen Houthi rebels  US Secretary of State John Kerry has warned Iran over its alleged support for Shia Houthi rebels in Yemen  Afghanistan  American soldier killed in insider attack in Afghanistan Apr.9   South Carolina   South Carolina police release dash cam video   South Carolina officials have released a new video showing the moments before a police officer shot dead an unarmed black man in the back   Panama     US and Cuba hold highest-level meeting in 50 years  Secretary of State John Kerry and Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez have held talks after arriving in Panama for a summit Apr.10   USA     Hillary Clinton 'to announce 2016 campaign'  Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is to announce she is running for president on Sunday, various US media report  Kansas  Man held over 'US army base plot'   Panama   Obama: ‘days of meddling’ in Latin America are past   US President Barack Obama has told Latin American leaders that the days when his country could freely interfere in regional affairs are past  US Georgia  Spieth Takes Control at Masters Apr.11   U.S. Congress Capitol Hill locked down as gunman shoots himself
Apr.12   USA     Hillary Clinton declares 2016 Democratic presidential bid Map of White House USA
  Former US Secretary of State has formally entered the 2016 race for the White House in a bid to become the first woman US president
  US Georgia   Spieth wins Masters, ties record   He remained firmly in control throughout to win the 79th edition of the season's first major championship and matched Woods with an 18-under...   Iowa     Hillary Clinton sets off for tour of key states   Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has set out for a tour of key states, at the start of her campaign to become the first woman US... Apr.13   Washington     US concern as Russia lifts ban on Iran arms delivery   The US has expressed concern after Russia lifted a ban on supplying Iran with the sophisticated S-300 air defence missile system   Miami Marco Rubio launches 2016 White House run   Seattle Alaska Airlines plane 'flew with worker trapped' Apr.14   Cuba   Cuba praises 'fair' US pledge on terrorism list  Cuba has welcomed as 'fair' a US decision to remove it from a list of state sponsors of terrorism   USA Coloured Pluto comes into view   USA SpaceX fails in third try to retrieve rocket after launch   Hawaii US to exhume remains of Pearl Harbor dead for identification Apr.15   Houston First quintuplet sisters born in US   U.S. Congress Small aircraft lands on US Capitol lawn  Massachusetts  Jury finds Aaron Hernandez guilty of first-degree murder Apr.16   Ohio Man returned from Syria 'planned to kill US soldiers' Apr.19   Northern Iraq ISIS claims blast near U.S. Consulate in Irbil   Poland     Poland fury at Holocaust comment by FBI's James Comey  Poland has summoned the US ambassador and demanded an apology over comments on the Holocaust by FBI director James Comey Apr.20  Boston  Ethiopian wins Boston Marathon   Tehran Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian 'faces Iran spy trial' Apr.21   Baltimore   Department of Justice probe into police custody death
  DOJ has opened an investigation into the death of Freddie Gray, a black man, who died from spinal injuries suffered while in police custody
 Gray, 25, died in hospital on Sunday, a week after being arrested in Baltimore. Hundreds of protesters gathered in the city to express their anger over the tragedy
  Washington US drug agency chief Leonhart to step down
Apr.22   Baltimore Baltimore police custody death protests grow   FBI FBI warns on airline hacking threat following tweet   Washington Ukraine truce: US accuses Russia of violating deal   Texas Ebola drug cures infected monkeys Apr.23   Washington     US admits two hostages killed in al-Qaeda raid   A US counterterrorism operation in January accidentally killed Warren Weinstein, an American, and Giovanni Lo Porto, an Italian   USA Nasdaq bests record high set in 2000   Southern Iran Fleet of Iranian ships heading to Yemen turns around Apr.25   Baltimore Baltimore protest after death in custody turns violent   Washington Russian hackers 'accessed Obama's unclassified emails'  Manhattan  Wladimir Klitschko defeats Bryant Jennings via unanimous decision Apr.27   Baltimore   Curfew in Baltimore as Freddie Gray protests spread Map of central Baltimore USA  A curfew has been declared in the US city of Baltimore amid violent protests over the death of a black man fatally injured in police custody   Washington     State Dept. IDs 2 Americans killed in Nepal quake  The State Department identified two Americans who died in Nepal’s devastating earthquake, and reported two more dead Monday   Baltimore Baltimore declares emergency as Freddie Gray riots erupt Apr.28   Southern Iran US military 'monitoring' Iran ship seizure   Baltimore   Baltimore police enforce curfew
  Police are trying to enforce a curfew, a night after violence rocked the city. 2,000 National Guard troops and 1,000 police are on the city streets
  U.S. Supreme Court Supreme Court hears same-sex marriage arguments
  Oregon Louie Louie singer Jack Ely dies aged 71   China Walmart to open 115 stores in China Apr.29   Manhattan Freddie Gray protests in several US cities   U.S. Congress PM Abe offers 'deep repentance' over war with US Apr.30   Baltimore   Freddie Gray: New lead over police van journey   Police in Baltimore say that officers transporting Freddie Gray in a van made a previously undisclosed stop while en route to the police station   USA   Messenger's Mercury trip ends with a bang  Nasa's Messenger mission to Mercury has reached its explosive conclusion, after 10 years in space and four in orbit   Germany   Airbus to sue in US, German spying row  Aviation giant says it will file a criminal complaint over allegations that German intelligence helped the US carry out industrial espionage   Austria     Austria rejects US bid to extradite Dmytro Firtash  A court in Austria has turned down a US request for the extradition of the Ukrainian oligarch Dmytro Firtash