Glenn Ford, a man wrongfully convicted of murder, has been exonerated after 30 years in prison, The Guardian reported.

French surgeons report they have accomplished the first total endoscopic aortic valve replacement, a procedure that is done without opening the patient’s chest, according to Forbes.

The New York Times reports Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has been ousted in the chaos over a tanker, underscoring the “danger of loss of control over Libya’s petroleum.”

Sources in the Malaysian air force say flight MH370 may have never reached Malacca strait, and instead turned around, the Associated Press reported.

Colorado has reportedly pulled in millions of dollars in legal cannabis sales during their first month of regulation, Forbes reported.

The European Union has mandated that Russia begin talks with the Ukraine or face sanctions, according to The Guardian.

Turkish protests broke out after a teenaged boy was struck in the head with a tear gas canister and killed, CNN reported.

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the Web, told The Guardian there needs to be an online “Magna Carta” to protect the independence of the medium.

Michelle Bachelet won the presidency in Chile and promised to fight social inequality in her ceremonial speech, according to Reuters.

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