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TODAY'S HEADLINES, 3/26/15 *** In breaking news, a French prosecutor says the co-pilot of a Germanwings plane which crashed in the French Alps, killing all 150 people on board, appears to have crashed the plane deliberately. Audio recovered from the plane appears to show co-pilot Andreas Lubitz crashed the aircraft after locking himself inside the cockpit when the captain stepped out. The audio shows the captain banging desperately on the door, trying to get back in *** The Republican-controlled House has voted overwhelmingly to urge President Obama to arm the Ukrainian military. Obama has resisted calls to send military aid to Kiev, saying he doesn't want to provoke further conflict. On Wednesday, Ukraine received a new shipment of armored military vehicles from the United States *** The U.S. Army has apologized to veterans wounded by exposure to chemical weapons in Iraq. A report last year found the Pentagon failed to act on claims by more than 600 U.S. servicemembers who reported being exposed to chemical weapons in Iraq since 2003. A New York Times investigation found the Bush administration concealed the discovery of chemical weapons in Iraq that had been developed with U.S. support in the 1980s — and then denied medical care to the wounded U.S. soldiers involved. U.S. Army Under Secretary Brad Carson has admitted the military failed to follow its own policy for treating wounded soldiers and has pledged more medical screening and support *** More tomorrow

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