Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has backtracked on a threat to shut down Facebook and YouTube in Turkey. Erdogan, who is fighting allegations of corruption, said last week that the government was considering steps to prevent secretly wiretapped recordings from being leaked on the Internet, including shutting down Facebook and YouTube. In comments published in pro-government Yeni Safak newspaper Tuesday, Erdogan said the government was determined to fight "fabricated and dubbed" recordings on the Internet but acknowledged that a total shutdown of social media is "out of question".
Malaysia's civil aviation chief says the search operation is pursuing "every angle" in hopes of locating the missing Malaysia Airlines jet, but acknowledged that after two days of searching, no trace of the place has been found. (March 10)
Poole (United Kingdom) (AFP) - A boy of just 12 years old, Sidney Lewis, has just been recognised as the youngest British soldier to sign up to fight in World War I. It was a family secret that remained hidden for almost 100 years. Duration: 02:19
Russia's Foreign Ministry denounced alleged lawlessness by far-right activists in eastern Ukraine, a statement likely to trigger alarms about possible further Russian intervention there. Meanwhile, protests throughout Ukraine continued. (March 10)
Madrid (AFP) - Spanish interior minister Jorge Fernandez Diaz has taken part in an award ceremony for 365 victims of the Madrid train bombings -- on the eve of the 10th anniversary of Spain's worst terrorist attack. Duration: 01:09
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