Trump hits the locker room at Army-Navy game

Trump hits the locker room at Army-Navy game

U.S. President Donald Trump and U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper received a warm welcome from the football players in the Army locker room ahead of the Army-Navy football game in Philadelphia on Saturday. Colette Luke has more.
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Actress Rosie Perez backs up Sciorra account in Weinstein rape trial

Actress Rosie Perez backs up Sciorra account in Weinstein rape trial

Actress Rosie Perez took the stand in the rape trial of Harvey Weinstein on Friday to bolster the account of friend and fellow actress Annabella Sciorra, who said she was raped by the former Hollywood producer in the early 1990s. Lisa Bernhard has mo
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34 troops diagnosed with brain injury after Iran strike

34 troops diagnosed with brain injury after Iran strike

The Pentagon said on Friday that 34 service members had been diagnosed with traumatic brain injury following missile strikes by Iran on a base in Iraq earlier this month, a number higher than the military had previously announced. Gavino Garay has more.
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A "Victorian" life for Harry and Meghan

A "Victorian" life for Harry and Meghan

Prince Harry and wife Meghan have settled, for now, into a seaside home near the most royal of Canadian cities - Victoria, British Columbia, named after the queen who reigned until 1901, during a great expansion of the British Empire. Jillian Kitchen
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Health officials confirm second U.S. case of coronavirus

Health officials confirm second U.S. case of coronavirus

Health officials in Chicago and at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday confirmed the second U.S. case of the new coronavirus from China in a Chicago woman, and said as many as 63 potential cases in the U.S. were being invest
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The Mideast awaits Trump's 'deal of the century'

The Mideast awaits Trump's 'deal of the century'

U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to unveil his long-awaited peace plan for Israelis and Palestinians within days. Trump's history of upending diplomatic norms in the region means that Palestinian leaders are unlikely to support the "deal of the century.
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British EU lawmakers clean up their offices ahead of Brexit

British EU lawmakers clean up their offices ahead of Brexit

With one week to go until Britain leaves the European Union, British members of the European Parliament are packing up their offices, closing a chapter in their career as lawmakers.
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Bushfires add into massive greenhouse gas spike

Bushfires add into massive greenhouse gas spike

Meteorologists for the British government report that the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere - the leading cause of global warming - appears on track for one of the biggest annual increases since recordings began in the 1950s. It's par
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Probe into fatal Australia firefighter plane crash complicated by blaze

Probe into fatal Australia firefighter plane crash complicated by blaze

Australian officials were working on Friday to extricate the bodies of three U.S. firefighters from a plane that crashed in remote bushland, as the area's "active" bushfire status complicated an investigation into the accident.
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China shuts transport, temples as virus toll rises to 25

China shuts transport, temples as virus toll rises to 25

China has stepped up measures to contain a virus that has killed 25 people and infected more than 800, as local media report that some hospitals in Wuhan, where the outbreak began, have supplies for only three to four days and are running low on test
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US denies Britain's extradition request for diplomat's wife

US denies Britain's extradition request for diplomat's wife

The United States has declined Britain's request for the extradition of a U.S. diplomat's wife who was involved in a car crash last year that killed a British teenager, the State Department said on Thursday.
Democrats march forward with Trump's impeachment

Democrats march forward with Trump's impeachment

On Thursday U.S. Democrats focused on the first of the two charges against Trump in his impeachment trial in the Senate: abuse of power. In more than eight hours of argument, Democrats continued their case that Trump abused his office by pressing Ukr
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Indigenous knowledge to prevent Australian fires

Indigenous knowledge to prevent Australian fires

The aboriginal cultural practice of controlled burning to clear out dry bushland has been largely overlooked. But these burning techniques may hold the answer to preventing out of control blazes. Libby Hogan has more.
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Mexican security forces detain 800 migrants

Mexican security forces detain 800 migrants

Mexican authorities on Thursday adopted tougher measures against Central American migrants, detaining 800 of them who had entered Mexico illegally from Guatemala intending to reach the border with the United States.
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Veteran PBS anchor Jim Lehrer dies at 85

Veteran PBS anchor Jim Lehrer dies at 85

The longtime PBS NewsHour anchor and a 12-time moderator for U.S. presidential debates, Jim Lehrer, died Thursday.
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Democrats use words of Trump allies against him in impeachment trial

Democrats use words of Trump allies against him in impeachment trial

Democrats on Thursday pressed their case at U.S. President Donald Trump’s Senate trial for removing him from office by using the words of his own allies against him to make the point that his actions constituted impeachment offenses. Lisa Bernhard has more.
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WHO: Chinese coronavirus 'not yet' a global emergency

WHO: Chinese coronavirus 'not yet' a global emergency

The World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Thursday that the new coronavirus that has emerged in China and spread to several other countries does not yet constitute an international emergency but it was tracking its evolution "every minute".
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"I tried to fight" -Actress Sciorra on Weinstein

"I tried to fight" -Actress Sciorra on Weinstein

Actress Annabella Sciorra testified on Thursday that Harvey Weinstein violently raped her more than 25 years ago in her apartment as prosecutors began making their sexual assault case against the former Hollywood producer. Jillian Kitchener has more.
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Most Americans want witnesses in Trump impeachment trial - poll

Most Americans want witnesses in Trump impeachment trial - poll

A bipartisan majority of Americans want to see new witnesses testify in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling released Wednesday.
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Pence and Netanyahu criticise 'anti-Semitic Iran' at Holocaust memorial event

Pence and Netanyahu criticise 'anti-Semitic Iran' at Holocaust memorial event

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu both accused Iran of being anti-Semitic as world leaders gathered in Jerusalem to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
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The biggest swimming pool in Russia's North Caucasus bans women

The biggest swimming pool in Russia's North Caucasus bans women

The biggest swimming pool in Russia's Muslim-majority North Caucasus region has banned women, prompting anger from rights activists and others who have accused the sports complex of discrimination.
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Court orders Myanmar to protect Rohingya Muslims

Court orders Myanmar to protect Rohingya Muslims

The International Court of Justice has ordered Myanmar to take urgent measures to protect its Muslim Rohingya population from persecution and atrocities - and preserve evidence of alleged crimes against them. Joe Davies reports
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Wuhan goes into lockdown as coronavirus spreads

Wuhan goes into lockdown as coronavirus spreads

China locks down the central city to try to contain the virus which has killed at least 17 and infected more than 600 people.
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Canadian air tanker crashes while fighting Australia bushfires, three dead

Canadian air tanker crashes while fighting Australia bushfires, three dead

A Canadian-owned C-130 Hercules air tanker crashed while fighting bushfires in Australia's alpine region on Thursday, killing all three of its crew, authorities said.
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Japan faces decision over Fukushima contamination

Japan faces decision over Fukushima contamination

Nearly a decade after the Fukushima disaster, the Japanese government must decide what to do with the buildup of both treated and contaminated water held in tanks at the site. By 2022, TEPCO say they will run out of space of hold the water.
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