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Car Bursts Into Flame, Nearly Feeding Family to Lions

abcnews.go.com — A mother her young children faced an agonizing choice on a recent visit to a safari park in England, when their car burst into flames in the middle of a lion habitat.
RT @ABC: Family forced to decide between staying in their burning vehicle or fleeing into a safari park's lion habitat: http://t.co/2Xv4Oyh…
Family forced to decide between staying in their burning vehicle or fleeing into a safari park's lion habitat: abcn.ws/1eVKNec

A True Love Story and Journey Together Till The End

abcnews.go.com — a free one-on-one review. Finally, a love story. The couple married 07 years. A journey together even in the end. This is the story of Helen and Kenneth of nashport, Ohio. They met as teenagers.... See More
RT @ABCWorldNews: Together 70 years, they died hours apart: "He just didn't want to leave her here by herself" abcn.ws/1tqcWxM http:…
RT @MicahGrimes: Together 70 years, they died hours apart: "He just didn't want to leave her here by herself" abcn.ws/1tqcWxM http:/…
Together 70 years, they died hours apart: "He just didn't want to leave her here by herself" abcn.ws/1tqcWxM pic.twitter.com/m3JFvYSMkm

Car Dashcams Capture Possible Meteorite Above Russia

abcnews.go.com — Whatever it is, it looked quite spectacular. Several car dashcams captured video showing a bright blue and red flashing object streaming through the sky above the city of Murmansk shortly after 2 a.m. Russian time on Saturday. Officials have neither confirmed nor denied the object is a meteorite, according to Russia Today.
RT“@WorldNews: Bright flashing object, likely a meteorite, caught on video Russian sky: abcn.ws/1rb90wU pic.twitter.com/0HwDfcxvDd
RT @WorldNews: Bright flashing object, likely a meteorite, caught on video streaming through Russian sky: abcn.ws/1rb90wU http://t.c…

Kraft Recalls 96,000 Pounds of Oscar Mayer Wieners

abcnews.go.com — Kraft Foods is recalling 96,000 pounds of its Oscar Mayer wieners because they may mistakenly contain cheese. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service said Sunday that Kraft's "Oscar Mayer Classic Wieners" may instead contain the company's "Classic Cheese Dogs."

Anti-Junta Myanmar Journalist Win Tin Dies at 85

abcnews.go.com — Win Tin, a prominent journalist who became Myanmar's longest-serving political prisoner after challenging military rule by co-founding the National League for Democracy, died Monday, He was 85. He had been hospitalized with respiratory problems since March 12 and died at Yangon General Hospital.
Win Tin, a courageous journalist who spent years in jail for standing up to Burma's junta, has died. goo.gl/q4Of0q. #Myanmar
RT @ShibaniMahtani: Sad day for Myanmar. RIP Win Tin — journalist, dissident and one of the country's bravest: abcn.ws/1js6fo4

South Korean Ferry Disaster: The Calls for Help

abcnews.go.com — We begin with the new distress call, the tapes as the ferry was going down. We're hearing them for the first time just as divers are now finally reaching many of the victims trapped inside the ferry.... See More
WATCH: Moments from disaster. @griviera on cries of chaos & confusion from bridge of #koreanferry as began to capsize abcnews.go.com/WNT/video/sout…

FBI: 16-Year-Old Stows Away on California-Hawaii Flight

abcnews.go.com — A 16-year-old boy from California hopped a fence at the San Jose Airport and snuck into the wheel well of a Hawaiian Airlines flight, stowing away for a five-hour flight, FBI spokesman Tom Simon told ABC News. Simon said the boy - who ran away from home - passed out inside the unprotected, unpressurized wheel well once the flight got in the air.
RT @ABC: FBI: 16-year-old stows away on California-Hawaii flight abcn.ws/1ltnyea

Grim Work for Families as More Bodies Discovered

abcnews.go.com — The South Korean ferry that sank was crippled by confusion and indecision well after it began listing, a radio transcript released Sunday showed, suggesting the chaotic situation may have added to a death toll that could eventually exceed 300. About 30 minutes after the Sewol began tilting,...
@ABC: Transcript reveals confusion over South Korea ferry evacuation as official death toll rises: abcn.ws/1joGs04

SARS-Like MERS Virus Spreads Among Health Care Workers

abcnews.go.com — A sudden uptick in the SARS-like corona virus called MERS-CoV for Middle Eastern Respiratory Coronavirus is partially related to health care workers becoming infected with the disease. This month the World Health Organization (WHO) has confirmed 32 cases of the virus so far, including a cluster of 10 health care workers, all of whom worked with an infected patient who died on April 10.
@ABC: SARS-like virus spreads among health care workers: abcn.ws/1qZXkiq

Easter Celebrations

abcnews.go.com — See how the holiday is celebrated throughout the world.

Boston Race Makes Room for Those Affected by Bombs

abcnews.go.com — "I need to run." The messages started arriving just hours after the bombings, pleading for an entry into the 2014 Boston Marathon. For months the calls and emails continued, runners begging for an opportunity to cross the finish line on Boylston Street and convinced it would ease at least...

5 Things You Should Never, Ever Count on While Flying

abcnews.go.com — You know what you can count on when you fly today? Reliable transportation that is usually the quickest way to get from Point A to Point B. That's the good news. There are several things one should not count on. 5 Things You Should Never, Ever Count on While Flying Feel free to tell me what I've missed.

Man Becomes Genius After Head Injury

abcnews.go.com — Jason Padgett saw complex mathematical formulas after being violently mugged.

Loch Ness Monster Reportings on the Rise After Sighting on Apple Maps

abcnews.go.com — Images of what is reportedly the infamous monster of Scotland's Loch Ness has spawned a spate of copycat sightings since the mythical creature was supposedly captured on Apple Maps by amateur Loch Ness Monster spotters last year.