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'Enormous Array of Facts' That Russia Supported Rebels Accused of Shooting Down

State Department photo/ Public Domain(KIEV, Ukraine) -- Evidence indicates Russia was involved with the separatists accused of shooting down Malaysia Airlines flight MH 17 over Eastern Ukraine, said Secretary of State John Kerry, who urged Russian president Vladimir Putin to do more to avoid future tragedies like Thursday's crash."There are an enormous array of facts that point at Russia's support for and involvement in this effort," Kerry told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos, noting that many of the separatists in the region are actually Russian,

Malaysia Airlines to Offer Refunds, Fee Waivers

First Female Referee Assigned to Big 12 Football

Photo by Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images(NEW YORK) --  Supermodel Elle Macpherson has graced the cover of countless magazines, including a record five times on Sports Illustrated.Now 50, the model who became known as "the body" is showing that she's still got it: On Tuesday, Macpherson tweeted a photo of herself looking lean and toned in a bikini.ABC News' Sara Haines asked Macpherson about her beauty tips and tricks."You know, when you laugh it changes everything -- it changes your spirit and the way people receive you," Macpherson said.She added th
iStock Editorial/Thinkstock(KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia) -- Malaysia Airlines says it will offer refunds and waive change fees for any passengers who wish to cancel or postpone their travel plans in the wake of MH17 being shot down over Ukraine on Thursday.In a statement on their website, Malaysia Airlines says that passengers -- even those with non-refundable tickets -- can receive a refund should they opt to cancel or postpone their trip. Enrich passengers will also receive fee waivers for any travel changes and refunded miles if they cancel a trip using r
iStockPhoto/Thinkstock(DALLAS) -- Big 12 Football will make another bit of history when the college football season kicks off this fall. Commissioner Bob Bowlsby announced on Monday that the first female referee in league history has been assigned to work one of its games.Bowlsby said Catherine "Cat" Conti will be on the field during Kansas' home opener on Sept. 6 against Southeast Missouri State. Conti had previously worked as an official with the Southland Conference.The league commissioner noted that Conti has paid her dues and earned a chance to be
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