1. World's Last Male Northern White Rhino: Behind the Photos  |  ( time )
Wildlife rangers mourn the passing of Sudan, the last male Northern White Rhino on the planet.
2. 'We made mistakes' over data scandal  |  ( sky news )
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3. Facebook's Zuckerberg  |  ( bbc )
Facebook's Zuckerberg: "We made mistakes" over Cambridge Analytica situationThis breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly.
5. Trump 'warned' not to congratulate Putin in Russia election  |  ( bbc )
Skip Twitter post by @realDonaldTrump I called President Putin of Russia to congratulate him on his election victory (in past, Obama called him also).
6. Mississippi Gov. Bryant appoints Hyde-Smith to replace Sen. Cochran in Senate  |  ( upi )
Phil Bryant on Wednesday appointed Cindy Hyde-Smith to fill the Senate seat left vacant by Thad Cochran.
7. Kidnapped Dapchi schoolgirls freed in Nigeria  |  ( bbc )
Boko Haram and its various factions suffered no losses on Wednesday and they will remain a scourge in Nigeria.
8. Pedro Pablo Kuczynski: Under fire Peru president 'to resign'  |  ( bbc )
President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski had been facing calls to step down ahead of an impeachment vote on Thursday.
9. Plane taking freed Nigerian schoolgirls to capital Abuja: Reuters witness  |  ( reuters )
MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (Reuters) - A plane carrying scores of Nigerian schoolgirls freed by Islamist Boko Haram militants on Wednesday has taken off from Maiduguri for the capital Abuja, a Reuters witness reported.
10. Pope names administrator to run Brazil diocese after bishop arrest  |  ( reuters )
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis on Wednesday appointed an extraordinary administrator to run a Brazilian diocese two days after its bishop was reported to have been arrested in a graft probe.
11. Austin bomber: Deceased suspect named in Texas blasts  |  ( bbc )
Image copyright CBS Image caption The suspect was pictured dropping off parcel bombs at a FedEx storeWho is the suspect?
12. Tusk lays bare EU split on Russia with Putin 'reappointment' dig  |  ( reuters )
European Council President Donald Tusk reacts during his joint news conference with Finnish Prime Minister (not pictured) in Helsinki, Finland, March 14, 2018.
13. Police raid BMW offices in emissions cheating investigation  |  ( upi )
March 21 (UPI) -- The Munich headquarters of German automaker BMW was raided by authorities in an investigation into a potential diesel emissions cheating scandal.
14. Australia awards Rheinmetall artillery ammunition worth $77.2M  |  ( upi )
March 21 (UPI) -- The Australian government has awarded Rheinmetall of Germany a a contract worth roughly $77 million to supply ammunition, fuses and propelling charges.
15. Britain's Boris Johnson says Russia's World Cup could resemble Hitler's Olympics  |  ( upi )
"I'm afraid that's completely right, completely right," Johnson replied.
16. Federal Reserve raises rates at first meeting under Jerome Powell  |  ( upi )
Higher rates serve savers, as interest rates on deposits would rise, and mean higher rates for borrowers.
17. Man dies after head gets stuck under seat at U.K. movie theater  |  ( cbs news )
Vue International confirmed that a customer was taken to hospital and was "saddened" to learn of his death, BBC News reported.
18. Boris Johnson agrees Vladimir Putin will 'use World Cup like Hitler used 1936 Olympics'  |  ( sky news )
However, Mr Johnson rejected Mr Austin's suggestion England should not be participating in the World Cup.
19. Russia's foreign ministry says UK's Johnson poisoned with hatred  |  ( reuters )
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said on Wednesday British foreign minister Boris Johnson was poisoned by hatred for Russia and that his apparent comparison between Russia and Hitler’s Germany was unacceptable.
20. African countries create largest free trade area since WTO  |  ( upi )
March 21 (UPI) -- The leaders of 44 African countries signed a historic trade agreement Wednesday to create the largest free trade area since the creation of the World Trade Organization in 1995.
21. Sparks fly in Moscow as Russia and Britain trade accusations over spy poisoning  |  ( reuters )
FILE PHOTO - British Ambassador to Russia Laurie Bristow leaves the Russian Foreign Ministry in Moscow, Russia March 17, 2018.
22. Trump keeps up aggressive attacks on Mueller  |  ( cnn )
Washington (CNN) President Donald Trump called out special counsel Robert Mueller in a series of typo-ridden tweets Wednesday morning, continuing his recent aggressive attacks on the Russia probe.
23. Fed hikes rates and raises GDP forecast again  |  ( cnbc )
The funds rate is closely tied to consumer interest rates, which generally rise as soon as the Fed moves.
24. Fox News analyst's blistering critique of the network draws praise from critics and allies  |  ( cnn )
I think that makes his disagreement with Fox far more telling and interesting."
25. Sierra Nevada awarded $20M for aircraft logistics support  |  ( upi )
March 21 (UPI) -- Sierra Nevada Corp. was awarded a $20 million modified contract to provide logistics support for two Air Force aircraft precision strike packages of weapons and sensors.
26. EU reveals a digital tax plan that could penalize Google, Amazon and Facebook  |  ( cnbc )
According to data from the European Commission, digital companies pay on average an effective tax rate of 9.5 percent — compared to 23.2 percent for traditional businesses.
27. Lawmakers: Close to $1.3T spending bill to avoid shutdown  |  ( upi )
March 21 (UPI) -- Lawmakers say they are close to agreement on a $1.3 trillion spending package to fund the government through September and avoid another government shutdown this weekend.
28. German Swimming Instructor Suspected of Abusing 40 Girls  |  ( time )
(BERLIN) — A swimming instructor in southwestern Germany is suspected of sexually abusing 40 young girls, and using an underwater camera to film some of the abuse.
29. TV presenter Ant McPartlin charged with drink-driving  |  ( sky news )
TV presenter Ant McPartlin has been charged with drink-driving after his arrest on Sunday, police have confirmed.
30. Did Gaddafi Bankroll Sarkozy? His Son Hinted at Dirt in 2011  |  ( time )
But seven years ago in an interview with TIME, he had already hinted at the dirt Libyan officials had on the French president.