Morning roundup

Top Stories: Malaysian Plane Still Missing; Crisis In Crimea Continues

Good morning.

Our early headlines:

Missing Plane's Fate Still A Mystery

Will Blood Be Shed In Crimea Before Diplomacy Can Work?

Book News: Ned O'Gorman, Poet And Founder Of Harlem School, Dies

Other news that's making headlines:

— "The Reckoning: The Father of the Sandy Hook killer searches for answers." (The New Yorker)

— "6.9 Northern California earthquake followed by aftershocks ... no reports of significant damage or injuries." (Los Angeles Times)

— Oscar Pistorius vomits during pathologist's testimony about girlfriend's death. (South Africa's News 24)

— "Kidnapped nuns thank negotiators after being freed in Syria." (The Guardian)

— "Peru agrees to extradite van der Sloot to U.S. ... in 26 years." (CNN)

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