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- Russia 'will fix' Crimea referendum, Tatar leader claims.SIMFEROPOL, Ukraine - The Crimean Tatar leader promoting a boycott of Sunday's referendum on transferring the Ukrainian region to Russian rule is sure the Kremlin will rig the vote and appealed to the outside world to protect his once persecuted community.
- NATO says deploy recon flights over Poland, RomaniaNATO said Monday it will deploy AWACS reconnaissance aircraft to overfly Poland and Romania as part of alliance efforts to monitor the crisis in Ukraine.
- Shots fired in the air during raid at Crimea naval baseSEVASTOPOL, Ukraine - Unidentified armed men fired in the air as they moved into a Ukrainian naval post in Crimea on Monday in the latest confrontation since Russian military groups seized control of the Black Sea peninsula.
- Mexico kills drug kingpin 3 yrs after mistakenly reporting him deadA Mexican drug lord who was falsely reported dead more than three years ago was killed by the armed forces in western Mexico early on Sunday, the government's second major victory in its fight against organized crime in as many weeks.
- Three-tram crash hurts 33 in Rotterdam – Dutch policeAt least 33 commuters were injured Monday in a three-tram pile-up at a busy intersection in the southwestern Dutch port city of Rotterdam, safety and police spokespeople said.
- Gloria Arroyo petitions to spend birthday out of detentionFormer President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo on Monday asked the Sandiganbayan for a furlough so she can spend her birthday in Pampanga, radio zdBB reported.
- Save the Children describes healthcare disaster in SyriaNewborns freezing to death in hospital incubators, doctors cutting off limbs to stop patients from bleeding to death, surging cases of polio: a new report published on Monday paints a dire picture of Syria's collapsing healthcare system.
- Globe Asiatique housing scam victim reveals attempt to have case settledA victim of the alleged Globe Asiatique Realty Holdings Corp. (GARHC) housing scam, who was among those who originally filed a P6.6-billion syndicated estafa case against the company and its president Delfin Lee, said a certain Helen Dizon had been trying to convince the victims to agree to a settlement of P1.2 million per victim.
- Russia 'will fix' Crimea referendum, Tatar leader claims.
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