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19 Jul/2019

CNN.com - RSS Channel - App International Edition

CNN.com delivers up-to-the-minute news and information on the latest top stories, weather, entertainment, politics and more.
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19 Jul/2019

On the ship that downed a military drone, one small mistake could cause a war with Iran

With short incendiary shrieks Harrier jump jets race across the USS Boxer's deck and are soon gray dots in the sky. Seahawk and Super Stallion helicopters leap and land like gigantic insects, feeding on the mother ship. The tilt-rotor Ospreys, part-plane part-helicopter, come and go while the others in their flock nest, folded in gray ranks, along the...
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19 Jul/2019

Clock's ticking on one of world's most important nuclear treaties. A dangerous arms race may be next

This week, senior American officials traveled to Switzerland to deliver President Donald Trump's "vision for a new direction in nuclear arms control."
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19 Jul/2019

50 years after US moon landing, China is catching up in the space race

Fifty years ago, when the Apollo 11 astronauts became the first human beings to land on the moon, the Chinese space program had yet to launch a single satellite.
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19 Jul/2019

Hackers take over the London Metropolitan Police's Twitter account

Late on Friday night, the Twitter account of London's Metropolitan Police Service began tweeting unusual announcements. "XEON IS THE BEST FIGHTER IN SCOTLAND," it proclaimed, alongside the challenge: "what you gonna do call the police?"
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19 Jul/2019

Trump admin is revising the citizenship test for the first time in 10 years

The Trump administration is making revisions to the naturalization test for the first time in a decade, US Citizenship and Immigration Services announced Friday.
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19 Jul/2019

Merkel stands with 'the Squad' against Trump

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Friday that US President Donald Trump's racist comments about four Democratic Congresswomen "undermine America's strength" and that she stands in "solidarity" with the women.
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19 Jul/2019

Japan arson attack suspect offers clue to motive

Grim details are starting to emerge from Japan's worst mass killing in almost 20 years, as police investigate why a man torched a renowned animation studio in Kyoto, killing 33 people.
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19 Jul/2019

Strong earthquake shakes Athens

A strong earthquake shook the Greek capital Athens on Friday, sending people rushing out of buildings and into the street.
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19 Jul/2019

A man escaped a high-rise on fire by climbing down it in true 'Spider-Man' style

Did Philadelphia's friendly neighborhood "Spider-Man" just escape an apartment fire?
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19 Jul/2019

Convenience store clerk tells customers to 'go back to their country'

A cashier at an Illinois convenience store is out of a job after a video showing him questioning customers' citizenship went viral.
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19 Jul/2019

UK MPs threaten to drag Queen Elizabeth into Brexit chaos

Senior members of the United Kingdom's ruling Conservative party are so concerned about the country leaving the European Union without a deal that they are planning to go over the new Prime Minister's head and appeal directly to the Queen.
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18 Jul/2019

FBI warrants show Trump's close involvement in hush money effort

Federal search warrants released Thursday detail how Donald Trump and his allies scrambled in the final weeks of the 2016 campaign to arrange a hush-money deal to hide his alleged affair and contain the fallout from related stories in the press.
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19 Jul/2019

Cory Booker's college football struggles echo in his presidential campaign

In the winter after the 1986 football season, legendary Notre Dame coach Lou Holtz flew to New Jersey on a private jet to interview a promising recruit from Bergen County: a 6'4", 220-pound star player named Cory Booker.
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19 Jul/2019

Israeli archaeologists find ancient mosque in Negev desert

Archaeologists working in Israel's Negev desert have discovered an ancient rural mosque, thought to be one of the earliest in the world.
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19 Jul/2019

Three men beaten to death on suspicion of cattle theft

Three men were beaten to death in a village in the northern Indian state of Bihar Friday, after locals suspected them of trying to steal cattle.
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19 Jul/2019

Police officer admits using grieving family's cable TV account to buy porn

A police officer has admitted buying pornography at the home of a grieving family following the death of their child as he waited for the undertaker to arrive.
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19 Jul/2019

Mystery surrounds top Tour de France rider's withdrawal during race

Rohan Dennis' unexplained withdrawal from the Tour de France midway through the 12th stage has left the cycling world perplexed, with his team director saying he is "confused and disappointed" by the Australian's decision.
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19 Jul/2019

Tiger breaks into house and sleeps on bed

A family in India found a wild tiger "relaxing on a bed" in their house following a deadly monsoon which flooded parts of South Asia this week, according to Indian conservationists.
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19 Jul/2019

The 'Cats' trailer is here and it's horrifying the internet

Expect to hear the haunting refrain of "Memory," as performed by Jennifer Hudson, approximately 80 times in the office today: There's a good chance your coworkers are all watching the "Cats" trailer, and there's a very good chance they're all horrified by it.
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19 Jul/2019

A$AP Rocky to remain in prison after Swedish court grants prosecutor's request

American rapper A$AP Rocky will remain in prison for another week to allow prosecutors to finish their investigation into an assault that took place in June, a Swedish court has ruled.
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19 Jul/2019

Man sets himself on fire outside Japanese embassy in Seoul

A 70-year-old man has self-immolated inside his car in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, authorities in the South Korean capital said Friday.
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18 Jul/2019

Is one of the world's most unequal parliaments about to get more women?

One of the world's most unequal parliaments could be about to get a lot more female, or ... maybe not.
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19 Jul/2019

US heat wave begins to reach peak with 185 million people under advisories

Peak temperatures from a potentially deadly heatwave are expected to begin Friday, and major US cities are taking special measures to prepare -- with New York City declaring an emergency.
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19 Jul/2019

Canadian government agrees to $1B settlement for claims of sexual misconduct in Armed Forces

The Canadian government has agreed to pay a nearly $1 billion settlement to members of the Armed Forces and Department of National Defense who allege widespread sexual misconduct.
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19 Jul/2019

Penguins break into New Zealand sushi restaurant

When the police call saying there's been an arrest at your business, it's usually cause for concern.
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19 Jul/2019

World's biggest brewer sells off chunk of its business

The world's biggest brewer is selling its Australian business just days after calling off what would have been the biggest initial public offering of 2019.
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19 Jul/2019

Exercise in space keeps astronauts from fainting when they return to Earth, study says

The lack of gravity astronauts encounter during spaceflight makes returning to the force of Earth's gravity a little disorienting. And when they return to Earth, they faint.
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19 Jul/2019

Floating food: The history of eating in space

Most people's experience with space food is limited to the vacuum packed slabs of freeze-dried Neapolitan ice cream sold in science gift shops.
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19 Jul/2019

Netflix faces a new rival in the UK

UK television network ITV has teamed up with the BBC on a streaming product that gives British audiences a new alternative to Netflix.
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18 Jul/2019

School settles with family of biracial boy dragged by a bus

A school district has paid $62,500 to settle a lawsuit with the family of a biracial student who was dragged by a bus.
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19 Jul/2019

'We did the impossible': What it was like inside Apollo 11's Mission Control

After retiring from NASA in 1994, Gene Kranz remembers taking tours through the historic Mission Operations Control Room at Johnson Space Center in Houston.
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19 Jul/2019

Plane crash-lands in front of beachgoers

A small plane was seen making an emergency landing in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of a beach in Ocean City, Maryland.
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18 Jul/2019

Celebrating 100 years of Hilton, who changed the hotel game

When the founder of your hotel company is a character on "Batman" and "Mad Men," you've officially crossed over from business to brand.
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19 Jul/2019

'Daffodil Hill' closing because of overtourism

McLaughlin's Daffodil Hill, a field of beautiful yellow and white flowers outside of California's state capital of Sacramento, has announced that it will be closing indefinitely due to fallout from its unexpected popularity on social media.
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19 Jul/2019

7 luxurious hotels loved by royalty

From the British Windsors to the Aga Khan to Monaco's House of Grimaldi, privacy and discretion is paramount for royals when traveling. First-class hospitality, personalized service and luxury amenities are also essential, so it takes a truly remarkable hotel to capture their hearts.
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18 Jul/2019

The week in 33 photos

Take a look at 33 photos of the week from July 12 through July 18.
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18 Jul/2019

A $61 billion trade. Record-breaking busts. Rock-bottom prices. Asia's meth crisis is spiraling out of control

Deep in the jungle in Thailand's northern Chiang Mai province, a unit of armed border officers were on duty late last month when they stumbled on a cave stuffed with drugs.
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19 Jul/2019

An American visited her boyfriend in Canada. They were both found dead on a remote highway

A young American woman and her Australian boyfriend had set out to explore British Columbia when they were found dead on a remote Canadian highway.
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19 Jul/2019

This bird was nearly extinct. Now, its population could double thanks to an 'epic' breeding season

The orange-fronted parakeet is one of the rarest birds in New Zealand, but its population may have doubled after an "epic" season of mating.
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