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    Cameras caught the moment a ceiling collapsed over a crowded escalator in China, injuring at least nine people.
     
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    Watch Meghan Markle's father describe a conversation he says he had with Prince Harry about US President Donald Trump, in an interview with ITV's Good Morning Britain.
     
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    CNN's Dianne Gallagher describes a Texas immigration processing center where families are separated by gender and held in 12-foot chain-link pens.
     
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    CNN's Frederik Pleitgen speaks to fans in Moscow following Mexico's first ever win over Germany during a World Cup match.
     
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    CNN's Ana Cabrera speaks to John Moore, the Getty Images photographer behind the viral photo of a toddler crying as border patrol searches her mother.
     
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    Meral Akşener's nickname is "She Wolf," and she's giving Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan a run for his money in Turkey's upcoming critical presidential elections.
     
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    A migrant rescue ship was left stranded in the Mediterranean after the newly formed Italian government refused to let its more than 600 passengers disembark. It has finally docked in Spain.
     
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    Susan Rice, national security adviser under President Obama, says North Korea's Kim Jong Un won the summit with President Donald Trump because Kim was able gain prestige and got Trump to end "war games" on the Korean peninsula while committing to less than previous North Korean leaders.
     
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    CNN's Ian Lee gets rare and exclusive access inside Islamic Jihad's military tunnels.
     
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    At least 17 people, including eight minors, were killed after a partygoer detonated a tear-gas canister setting off a stampede inside a nightclub in Caracas, Venezuela, authorities said.
     
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    The first of three ships carrying the 629 migrants who were rescued from the Mediterranean one week ago have arrived in the Spanish port of Valencia after Italy and Malta turned them away. CNN's Vera Cataño reports.
     
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    A taxi ran into a crowd of pedestrians Saturday in central Moscow, injuring seven people, according to Russian state news agency TASS.
     
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    A taxi plowed into a crowd of pedestrians in central Moscow, injuring seven people, according to Russian state news agency TASS.
     
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    Actress Angelina Jolie walked around West Mosul to see the devastation, less than one year after the city was liberated from ISIS.
     
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    Video of a bear blowing a vuvuzela while being driven through the streets of Moscow has sparked world outrage, including condemnation from animal rights group PETA.
     
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    North Korean defector Sungju Lee recalls going on a school trip to a public execution when he was 11 years old.
     


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