The Presidential Daily Brief


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    Tornadoes killed two people as they moved across Texas Saturday with a storm system that now threatens much of the U.S. East Coast. Protest leaders in Sudan have met with the country’s new military regime and are demanding a civilian government in the wake of longtime President Omar al-Bashir’s ouster. And the world’s largest airplane, designed to cheaply loft satellites into orbit, has made its first test flight over California’s Mojave Desert.

    In the week ahead: Global warming appears to be the defining issue of today’s Finnish parliamentary elections. A rainy Boston Marathon is set for Monday. And this week is Holy Week, starting with Palm Sunday and culminating in Easter seven days later.

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