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  • Gunmen Kill Ugandan Prosecutor
    The lead prosecutor in the trial of al Qaeda-affiliated militants charged in a 2010 terror attack was shot and killed by two motorcycle-riding gunmen in Uganda’s capital on Monday, in what police described as a well-planned assassination.

  • U.S.-Israel Split: Could Sanctions Survive Collapse of Iran Talks?
    Capital Journal: As profound as the disagreement is between Israel and the U.S. over the nuclear deal being negotiated with Iran, the two countries also differ over the consequences of failing to complete an agreement, Gerald F. Seib writes.

  • Dutch-Led Probe of MH17 Crash Says Missile Launch is Primary Theory
    The Dutch-led probe into last year’s downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 announced that its primary theory is that a Buk surface-to-air missile launched from rebel-held Ukrainian territory was responsible.

  • Israel's Olmert Guilty of Corruption
    Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was found guilty of unlawfully accepting money from a U.S. supporter in a retrial on corruption charges.

  • Lubitz Was in Treatment for Suicide Risk
    The Germanwings co-pilot who is believed to have crashed an airliner into a French mountainside had undergone therapy over a period of time before obtaining his pilot license.

  • Uncertainty in Congress Hampers Pacific Trade Deal
    Wavering support for trade in Congress has emerged as the biggest obstacle holding up completion of a 12-nation Pacific trade pact under negotiation for nearly a decade.

  • Group: Strikes Hit Yemen Refugee Camp
    A humanitarian organization said a refugee camp in northern Yemen was hit by heavy fire Monday morning, killing at least 29 people and injuring 34, amid a Saudi Arabia-led campaign of airstrikes against Houthi rebels.

  • Photos of the Day: March 30
    In photos selected by Wall Street Journal editors on Monday, Iraqi security forces plant a flag as they surround Tikrit, a bulldozer clears a path to the Germanwings crash site and Afghans trek across rugged terrain into Pakistan.

  • Rock Star Spearheads Investment in Ethiopia
    A number of high-profile investors are following in the footsteps of Bob Geldof, who raised money for Africa through his Live Aid concerts 30 years ago and now chairs a private-equity firm that invests in Ethiopia.

  • Brazil Has No Room for Errors, Finance Minister Says
    Brazil’s government has run out of quick fixes for the country’s economic problems and has no room for mistakes as it tries to get its budget in order and spur growth, Finance Minister Joaquim Levy said.