Good morning! Here’s what you need to know for Tuesday.
1. Evacuations are underway as the Villarrica volcano in southern Chile erupts.
2. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will addresses US Congress today, seeking to rally opposition over a potential US-Iran nuclear deal.
3. Russia and Ukraine reached an agreement to ensure deliveries of natural gas to Ukraine through March.
4. Former US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton may have broken federal record laws by using a personal email account instead of a government address for work.
5. A funeral for murdered Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, who was gunned down Friday night while walking on a bridge near the Kremlin, will be held today.
6. Spain’s finance minister said Greece is negotiating a third bailout of up to €50 billion ($US56.1 billion).
7. Australia is sending 300 more troops to help train Iraqi forces to fight Islamic State militants.
8. Russians will spend half of their incomes on food this year due to rampant inflation.
9. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Tuesday that he received donations from chemical companies that got government subsidies, but was unaware of the subsidies at the time.
10. Some of the world’s largest airlines will stop accepting bulk shipments of rechargeable batteries after growing evidence of their potential to cause in-flight fires.
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