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News With Ed -- March 14, 2017

'US should investigate reports of indiscriminate drone strike from Mosul' – State Dept.
The number of civilian casualties from airstrikes by the US-led coalition in the Iraqi city of Mosul exceeds the numbers reported by the media during the operation to retake Aleppo by Syrian and Russian forces, the London-based monitoring group Airwars has said. RT's Gayane Chichakyan went to the State Department to ask about the reports of indiscriminate strikes, and has the report.

Great Barrier Reef gets 2nd consecutive bleaching
Scientists are confirming what they feared all along: Australia's Great Barrier Reef is going through a major bleaching for a second year in a row, the first time the reef has suffered two consecutively. Global rising sea temperatures could kill 90 percent of the world's coral reefs by 2050. Conservation biologist Dr. Reese Halter joins 'News With Ed,' saying "the oceans are cooking the coral reefs to death," due to carbon dioxide.