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UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The crisis in Ukraine is growing worse. The government in Kiev says it'll deploy its forces to quash a pro-Russian insurgency in its eastern region. Tonight, the U.N. Security Council is holding an emergency meeting to discuss the issue at Russia's request. At least one person was killed Sunday in an exchange of gunfire between Ukrainian forces and a pro-Russia militia.

WASHINGTON (AP) - The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations says reports of a poison gas attack in a rural village in Syria are so far "unsubstantiated." Samantha Power tells ABC that the U.S. is trying to establish what happened before it considers a response. Both sides in the civil war are blaming each other for the alleged attack that reportedly injured scores of people on Friday.

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — Authorities in Kansas say a man in his 70s opened fire today outside of a Jewish community center and nearby Jewish retirement community, killing three people. Overland Park Police Chief John Douglass says it's too early in the investigation to determine if the shootings were hate crimes. The Jewish festival of Passover begins Monday.

VALPARAISO, Chile (AP) — Authorities in Chile say at least 11 people are dead and at least 1,000 homes are destroyed in a raging fire that's been leaping from hilltop to hilltop in the colorful port city of Valparaiso since Saturday. More than 10,000 people have been evacuated. Hot dry winds are stoking the embers, and some fires have erupted again and are burning out of control for a second night.

BOSTON (AP) - A month-long coast-to-coast relay to raise money for a charity helping victims of last year's Boston Marathon bombing is over. Runners crossed the finish line tonight in Boston. More than 2,000 runners were in the uninterrupted relay through 14 states. Each ran at least one seven- to 20-mile segment. More than $425,000 was raised for the One Fund. The relay began March 16 in Santa Monica, Calif.

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