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By Emily Flitter BEDFORD, Ind. (Reuters) - Republican front-runner Donald Trump was well ahead in early voting in Indiana on Tuesday in what could herald an important victory that would move him close to being unstoppable in his march to the party's presidential nomination. Democrat Hillary Clinton also took an early lead over Bernie Sanders in the voting shortly after a first wave of polling stations closed at 6 p.m. EDT. With 1 percent of the votes counted, Trump led with 52.6 percent of the tally to 28.7 percent for U.S. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas and 12 percent for Ohio Governor John Kasich.
Traffic stopped for miles as black hearses left a church and snaked past mobile homes, weathered shops and green fields, leading a procession of mourners in more than 150 vehicles. The burials Tuesday ...
By Lisa Barrington and Denis Dyomkin BEIRUT/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Rebel fighters launched an assault in Syria's divided northern city of Aleppo on Tuesday and fired rockets on a hospital in the latest violence to hit civilians as diplomats struggled to restore an unraveling ceasefire and resurrect peace talks. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a British-based group that monitors the conflict, said rebel rockets had killed 19 people in government-held territory, including an unspecified number at the al-Dabit hospital. Rebels had hit a government gun position with a guided missile.