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From Washington, this is VOA News.

Chinese families of missing Malaysia airline passengers protests. President Obama warns Russia against for the moves into Ukraine. I’m Ray Kouguell, reporting from Washington.

Angry relatives of the passengers onboard the missing Malaysia jetliner protested in front of the Malaysian embassy in Beijing Tuesday as the search for the plane was suspended due to bad weather. Around 100 Chinese family members held signs and demanded to know the truth about the plane, which Malaysian authorities have now concluded "crashed into a remote area in southern Indian ocean". Two thrids of the 239 people onboard the plane were from China, and many of their family members say they will not believe the Malaysian government's conclusions until officials provide proof.

Australian Defense Minister David Johnston says the search area is in extremely challenging environment. “Remember, this part of the world, this Southern Ocean, has shipwrecked many many sailors in our history in Western Austrailian. It is rough, sea state 7, you know, there are 20, 30 meter waves, it is very very dangerous, even for big Panamax-class ships.”  Satellites and planes have spotted a possible debris from the aircraft but so far there has been no confirmed discovery of any pieces.

President Obama says he is concerned Russia may be poised to encroach further into Ukraine. White House correspondent Luis Ramrez is traveling with the president and has this report from the Hague. President Obama's warning came at the end of a nuclear summit where the Ukrainian crisis overshadowed discussions about preventing nuclear terrorism. At the press conference after the summit, Mr.Obama told reporters he is concerned about reports that Russia is massing troops along the Ukrainian border. He said those troops have a right to be on their own soil but warned they should go no further. “Obviously, the facts on the ground are the Russian military controls Crimea. There are a number of individuals inside of Crimea that have supported that process. There is no expectation that they would be discharged by force.” Using military force to remove Russia is not an option that Mr. Obama, and US partners have discussed yet. Luis Ramirez, VOA News, the Hague.  Mr. Obama says US and European allies have plans for further sanctions on Russia if necessary.

The first president of Ukraine Leonid Kravchuk warns that if Russia invades the mainland of his country,  there could be catastrophic consequences. VOA’s Steve Herman has details. The man who served as independent Ukraine's first leader is warning that war will spread far beyond his country if Russian troops move across the border. Leonid Kravchuk speaking with VOA news in Ukrainian capital says he still hopes international pressure can prevent further aggression after Russia took control of Ukraine's Crimean peninsula. Kracvhuk says Russia president Putin will not be satisfied only with Ukraine. That would be not be the stopping point and this can be the beginning of the third world war. Kravchuk president from 1991 to 1994 is calling for the western to impose tougher sanctions because of Russia’s actions and military threat imposes. Steve herman, VOA News, Kiev.

President Obama is calling for an end to the national security agency's massive collection in a storage of data about American's phone calls. The plan unveiled Tuesday the government will have to obtain permission from the

foreign Intelligence surveillance court to obtain data from phone companies on calls connected to suspected terrorists. 

35 countries are pledging to turn international nuclear security guard lines into national laws signing on for the initiatives at an nuclear summit in the Hague. Initiative published around the push by Netherlands, the United States and South Korea also requires participating nations to open their security procedures to independent review. 

The leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood of more than 700 members of a group went on trial Tuesday, the charges including murder and inciting violence. Just a few hours after it began, the trial of Mohammed Badie and the others was adjourned until April 28th when judge within sentencing is inspected. Defense lawyers boycotted Tuesday's session of the trial to protest the verdict on Monday by the same court in the city of Minya.

Syria's opposition is urging international community to provide heavy weapons to rebels fighting to oust Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.  Syrian opposition national correlation chief Ahmad Jarba issued the appeal in Kuwait city at the annual summit of the 22-member Arab league. Saudi Crown Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz are supporters of Syrian opposition fighters to provide more weapons to aid in the rebel effort. 

I’m Ray Kouguell, VOA News. More at voanews.com.




总统奥巴马表示,他担心俄罗斯已准备就绪随时可能进攻乌克兰。白宫随行记者路易斯•拉米雷斯从海牙发回报道。总统奥巴马是在核峰会结束时发出这番警告的。事实上,乌克兰危机使得峰会原定议题——防止核恐怖主义退居次席。在峰会后的新闻发布会上,总统奥巴马告诉记者,他对有关俄罗斯正在乌克兰边界大规模集结军队的报道深感忧心。他表示,俄罗斯军队有权驻扎在本国领土,但警告俄不得越过边境。“ 显然,既成事实是俄罗斯军队控制了克里米亚,而克里米亚内部有很多人对此表示支持,所以不要指望他们会屈于武力。”奥巴马及其同盟还未讨论使用武力消除俄罗斯的威胁。路易斯•拉米雷斯,VOA新闻,海牙报道。总统奥巴马表示,如有必要,美国及其欧洲盟国计划进一步制裁俄罗斯。






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