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Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for March 20, 2015.

Suicide attack in Yemen kills 100-plus

More than 100 people died Friday when suicide bombers attacked two mosques in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa. The Yemeni division of the Islamic State has claimed responsibility.

[Read more from the New York Times]

More snow heading to the East Coast

More of the white stuff is making its way to the East Coast on the first day of spring, giving no respite to millions who have seen record snowfall over the winter.

[Read more from NBC News]

Boehner to travel to Israel, meet Netanyahu

After being invited to give an address to the U.S. Congress in contravention of White House wishes, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will receive a visit from House Speaker John Boehner.

[Read more from the BBC]

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'Extraordinarily bad idea': MN sheriff urges locals against firing 'warning shots'

The sheriff has seen a "handful" of warning shot incidents lately in response to possible prowlers.

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Waukesha parade: Police ID victims, reveal more about suspect

Two injured children remain in critical condition.

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Large police response to incident in Dodge Center

Triton Public Schools have been placed in a soft lockdown as a precaution.

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Gallery: Renovated downtown Rochester home on the market for $2.3M

It's steps from the Mayo Clinic in an historic neighborhood.

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As students protest Rittenhouse verdict, fight in school prompts shelter-in-place

The high school issued a shelter in place as a result of the altercation.

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Man shot in group hunting accident in southern Minnesota

It happened Saturday afternoon in Olmsted County.

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400 MN National Guard members headed to long-term care facilities

The governor also hopes to provide $50 million in federal funding to help facilities hire more workers.

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Smack Shack's 4th Twin Cities location opens in December

It's taking over a former Fuddruckers — meaning lots of seating and a bigger kitchen.

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5 outdoor spots to explore on Black Friday (instead of shopping)

There's something for everyone on this list of Twin Cities destinations.

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Money Gal Coaching: 4 tips to avoid holiday shopping debt

Kelly Blodgett used her passion behind becoming debt free to launch Money Gal Coaching.

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As COVID surges in MN, major cities not considering mask mandates

Cities are observing the situation, but at this point more stringent mitigation efforts are now imminent.

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