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Brazil arrests a fugitive self-proclaimed pastor wanted on charges of sexually assaulting underage girls at a Minnesota religious compound. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Thousands of protesters march in Yemen to denounce Houthi rule, with protests taking place in Sanaa and Ibb province. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Syrian government forces say they have regained control of many villages in the south of country that had been in rebel hands. Mana Rabiee reports.
Israeli PM Netanyahu visits Jerusalem\'s holy Western Wall hours ahead of trip to Washington where he is expected to deliver controversial Congress speech on Iran. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Prince William charms staff and pupils at a play school in Fukushima by juggling balls. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Investigation under way into the murder of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov. And some are blaming President Vladimir Putin\'s administration. Nathan Frandino reports.
Russians living in Moscow react to the news of the shooting and killing of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov. Sophia Soo reports.
Screaming fans welcome Prince William as he visits a book store in Japan after a TV studio tour where he wore a samurai warrior costume. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Bridge collapses due to flooding in Bolivia  (28 February 02:53 pm) 
Heavy rain and flooding sweep through parts of Bolivia causing damage and leaves more than 2,000 people homeless. Sophia Soo reports.
U.S. House of Representatives approves one-week funding extension for the Department of Homeland Security, averting a partial shutdown of the agency. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Pelosi calls for Democrats to support bill  (28 February 09:49 am) 
U.S. House Minority leader calls on House to pass 1-week stopgap security agency funding bill. Rough Cut (No reporter narration).
Russian mourners bring flowers to a bridge near the Kremlin where opposition activist Boris Nemtsov was shot to death. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
(Reuters) - A security breach at car service Uber may have disclosed the names and driver\'s licence numbers of about 50,000 drivers across multiple states, the company said in a statement on Friday.
Bugs creep onto Thai store shelves  (28 February 06:49 am) 
A Thai entrepreneur gives edible bugs more upmarket appeal. Tara Cleary reports.
Low gas prices, yes, spending, no  (28 February 04:49 am) 
Gas prices have fallen considerably in the past 12 months but consumers aren\'t spending that newfound cash. Jeanne Yurman reports.
Baby gorilla melts hearts at Chicago zoo  (28 February 02:45 am) 
A baby gorilla\'s loving gaze melts hearts, as she makes her debut at Chicago\'s Lincoln Park Zoo. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Morale is high amongst Chadian troops fighting Boko Haram in northern Nigeria. Nathan Frandino reports.
UNESCO says IS museum attack "appalling"  (28 February 03:50 am) 
The United Nations body that protects world heritage sites says a recent Islamic State attack on an Iraqi antiquities museum was \"appalling\" and designed to threaten regional stability. Mana Rabiee
Leonard Nimoy, who played Spock, dead at 83  (28 February 02:46 am) 
Leonard Nimoy, the actor famous for playing the logical Mr. Spock on the television show \"Star Trek,\" died on Friday.
(Reuters) - Apple Inc\'s latest product, the Apple Watch, might replace the need for car keys, Chief Executive Tim Cook told the Telegraph in an interview.
Ukrainian troops pull back more weaponry from the country\'s east, hoping for peace and stability, although Kiev says isolated skirmishes are threatening the ceasefire. Nathan Frandino reports.
Japan welcomes British Royalty  (28 February 04:50 am) 
Prince William meets with Japanese celebrities and Emperors during his visit to Japan. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
Breakingviews: Verizon's net no-no  (28 February 12:49 am) 
Breakingviews columnists discuss the telecom giant\'s uppity response to the FCC deciding to regulate the internet as a utility – and why needling one\'s regulator is a bad idea.
Consumers are skeptical about temporary pullback in gas prices. They should buckle up for a possible interest rates hike, which, ultimately, is good for stock market, says Bankrate.com\'s Greg McBride.
Despair in Donetsk over rising prices  (27 February 11:49 pm) 
Food becomes unaffordable for many in rebel-held Donetsk, as the cost of the Ukraine conflict bites into everyday prices. Kirsty Basset reports.