March 22, 2013: Afternoon News In 90
- President Obama continued his Middle East tour Friday, heading to Bethlehem and Jordan.
- A U.S. Marine shot and killed two fellow service members at a base in Quantico, Va., before killing himself.
- Employees of a bank in Cyprus demonstrated outside Parliament Friday while lawmakers discussed the future of the bank, which suffered losses from bad Greek debt.
- The Florida Museum of Natural History unpacked the fossil remains of a nearly 35-foot long crocodile that came from a coal mine in Colombia.
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