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Report: Nemtsov Killing Suspect Blows Himself Up

Posted On March 08, 2015

(Undated) -- There's more intrigue surrounding the shooting death of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov. Russia's Interfax news agency reports a sixth suspect in Nemtsov's killing blew himself up with a hand grenade as authorities closed in on his apartment. This happened Saturday night in Chechnya's capital of Grozny. Two Chechens have already been charged…

Nemtsov Suspect Reportedly Admits Guilt

Posted On March 08, 2015

(Moscow) -- Authorities in Moscow say one of the suspects charged in the murder of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov admits his role in the killing. Prosecutors also confirmed today that one of the two men charged in the case was a police officer in the Russian region of Chechnya. Five people are being questioned in…

Netayahu: Iran Can’t Be Trusted On Nuclear Deal

Posted On March 08, 2015

(Washington, DC) -- The leader of Israel is warning the U.S. not to trust Iran in negotiating a nuclear deal. On CBS's "Face the Nation," Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the plan being worked out would give Iran the ability to develop a nuclear bomb. President Obama has assured critics no deal will happen unless…

Nelson: Wait Until Iran Nuclear Deal Finished Before Criticizing

Posted On March 08, 2015

(Orlando, FL) -- Some Democrats are urging critics of a nuclear deal with Iran to be patient.   On "Fox News Sunday," Florida Democratic Senator Bill Nelson also criticized Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for addressing Congress last week, calling it an attempt to unravel negotiations. Additional audio: Senator Bill Nelson of Florida criticized Israeli…

Al-Abadi: Iraq Must Lead Fight Against ISIS

Posted On March 08, 2015

(Baghdad) -- The leader of Iraq thinks his country should be leading efforts to fight the terrorist group ISIS. {TWalAbadiISIS1_1} Q...is being sacrificed 000:10 On ABC's "This Week," Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said it's important for his country to prove it can defend itself. He said he doesn't expect U.S. troops to join the fight…