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Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Jeanine Herbst.

Ukraine's president says Iran's president has promised to hold accountable on Iranian official's responsible for shooting down a Ukrainian passenger plane on Wednesday. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.

The aircraft was shot down early Wednesday when according to the military statement, it was mistaken for a hostile target approaching a sensitive military area. Iran's president Hassan Rouhani said quote, the Islamic Republic deeply regrets this disaster as a mistake. While foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif posted on tweet that it was humanelier at the time of crisis caused by US adventurism. Tensions between Washington and Tehera sped following a US air strike that killed Iran's top general Qassim Soleimani. Peter Kenyon, NPR News, Istanbul.

Both Ukraine and Canada whose citizens were on board that plane are demanding a thorough investigation.

Severe storms are moving across the southern and middle western US. At least nine deaths are blamed on the storm system, in Alabama, Texas and Louisiana. Travis Lux of member station WWNO in Orleans has more.

Authorities are still surveying the storm's aftermath. Strong winds and several tornados have been responsible for much of the damage so far. Officials say highways across the south have been close due to a flooding and debris on the roads, leading to major backups. The so-called scroll line of storms extends from the gulf coast, all to wave into Canada. Forti Ziglerx is a forecaster with the national weather services in Landau, Louisiana. He says 40 to 50 mile per hour wind gusts have been reported across the country.

...and maybe a little bit weaker then move towards the east coast going into tomorrow, but and by now, it's still very tough system.

For NPR News, I'm Travis Lux in New Orleans.

Meanwhile winter storm warnings are up from northern Missouri to Michigan. In Chicago more than 1,000 flights have been cancelled at both airports because of heavy rains and sleet icy snow.

UN security council has approved a resolution that reduces the number of border crossings for humantarian aid to get into Syria. The resolution was a compromise aimed at getting around Russia's threat to veto aid deliveries to Syrians all together. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports the US abstained.

Diplomats were facing a Friday deadline for hammering not to deal before cross border humantarian access what have expired. They agree to cut the number of crossing points from four to two. The agreement will last just six months rather than a year. US embassador Kelly Craft calls it profoundly disappointing blasting Russia for playing politics with humantarian aid and putting more than a million Syrian at risk. Russia's embassador argued that the situation on the ground has changed. He says the border crossings from Jordan and Iraq were barely used. The new resolution allows for aid to come across two points from Turkey. Michele Kelemen NPR News, Washington.

And you are listening to NPR News.

Texas's governor Greg Abbott says refugees can no longer resettle in his state. Texas is the first state to evoke president Trump's order requiring written consent from state and local jurisdictions for refugees to be resettled.

A dozen cases of Ebola have been confirmed this year in Democatic Republic of Congo. NPR's Pin Juanx has more.

In the first ten days of the new year, 12 people have caught Ebola in the ongoing outbreak in northeast Congo. Infection rates spread last spring at nearly 130 a week, and have generally declined to a small but steady trickle since the fall. Ebola is a deadly virus that spread through contact with blood or body fluids. People who get Ebola can develop internal bleeding and organ failure. Since the outbreak started a year and a half ago, around 3400 people have been infected and more than 2200 have died. Attacks on healthcare workers and other regional conflict have hampered efforts to vaccinate against Ebola and to treat patients. Pin Juanx NPR News.

A judge in California says a group of homeless women occupying a house in Oplend they don't own have five days to leave. But the women say they won't go and they have nowhere to go anyways. The women moved into the long vacant house in Oplend in November, partly to protest developers snapping a bay area real estate and then letting them set empty, and partly because they needed a home. But real estate investment company recently bought the house at auction and wants the women out.

I'm Jeanine Herbst and you are listening to NPR News from Washington.
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