Originally published on Sun March 3, 2013 3:35 pm
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Originally published on Sun March 3, 2013 2:18 pm
Dozens of people are dead in the Pakistani port city of Karachi following a blast Sunday near a Shiite mosque.
Update at 3:16 p.m. ET Toll Rises
Authorities now say at least 37 people were killed and another 141 wounded in the blast.
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It was not the outcome they had hoped for, but in his first interview since losing the presidential election, Mitt Romney said he and his wife are moving on.
Speaking to host Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday, Romney described last year's presidential race, his second attempt at serving in the White House, as a "great, thrilling experience of a lifetime."
"It didn't end the way we wanted it to, but the experience itself was magnificent," Romney said.
Both he and his wife, Ann, said they did not expect to lose to President Obama last November.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is in hospital where she's being treated for symptoms of gastroenteritis.
NPR's Philip Reeves is reporting on the story for out Newscast unit. Here's what he says:
Originally published on Sun March 3, 2013 10:24 am
In Syria's northern province of Aleppo, the war is far from over. Yet civilians are planning a dramatic gesture: an election for a civilian government.
This weekend, delegates from across the province are taking part in the first free vote outside of the control of President Bashar Assad's regime. Its location: Gaziantep, Turkey.