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Speeding tanks, booming howitzers, shaking bones: This is how South Korea sells weapons
With a blinding yellow flash and a concussion that shakes bones, K9 self-propelled howitzers launch artillery shells onto a hill that's just been hit by rockets fired from helicopters. Then K2 tanks roar in, speeding up roads and firing as they go.
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Putin meets with mothers of fallen Russian soldiers
Russian President Vladmir Putin met with the mothers of Russian soldiers, some of whom have died while fighting his war in Ukraine. CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports.
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Apple's iPhone plans just hit a huge China problem
A violent workers' revolt at the world's largest iPhone factory this week in central China is further scrambling Apple's strained supply and highlighting how the country's stringent zero-Covid policy is hurting global technology firms.
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Ukraine's battle to restore power slowed by sub-zero weather conditions
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UN: Millions 'plunged into extreme hardship' by Russian strikes
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At least 3 people killed and 11 others injured in Brazil school shootings
At least three people were killed and 11 others injured Friday after a gunman opened fire at two schools in the Brazilian state of Espirito Santo, according to local authorities.
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England and US battle to a draw in key World Cup match
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They cycled more than 4000 miles by bike to see the World Cup
Gabriel Martin and Mehdi Balamissa, two cyclists from France, undertook the challenge of cycling more than 4000 miles, through 13 countries to get to the World Cup in Qatar.
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China's Urumqi to ease Covid lockdown amid public anger over deadly fire
Chinese authorities said Saturday they would lift a months-long Covid lockdown in the country's far western region of Xinjiang "in stages", following protests over a deadly fire at an apartment building in the regional capital of Urumqi.
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US bans Huawei, ZTE equipment sales amid Chinese spying fears
The Biden administration has banned approvals of new telecommunications equipment from China's Huawei Technologies and ZTE because they pose "an unacceptable risk" to US national security.
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Taiwan votes in local elections billed as message for China and the world
Polls opened in Taiwan on Saturday in local elections that President Tsai Ing-wen has framed as being about sending a message to the world about the island's determination to defend its democracy in the face of China's rising bellicosity.
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Now-censored videos appear to show China's zero-Covid measures delaying response to deadly fire
At least ten people are dead and nine others injured after a fire at a residential building in China's Xinjiang Region, according to the local fire department's statement. The lockdown measures appeared to delay firefighters from getting through to the scene, based on videos circulating on social media reviewed by CNN. CNN's Selina Wang reports.
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As anger rises and tragedies mount, China shows no sign of budging on zero-Covid
Zhou, an auto dealer in northeastern China, last saw his father alive in a video chat on the afternoon of November 1, hours after their home on the far outskirts of Beijing was locked down.
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Trump hosted Holocaust denier at Mar-a-Lago estate during visit with Kanye West, a week after announcing 2024 run
Former President Donald Trump hosted White nationalist and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes and rapper Kanye West at his Mar-a-Lago estate this week, demonstrating his continued willingness to associate with figures who have well-publicized antisemitic views as he embarks on another White House run.
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From prisoner to prime minister: The remarkable rise of Malaysia's Anwar Ibrahim
It's a political journey decades in the making -- the transformation of a young student firebrand into an icon of democracy and eventually the leader of his country, via two stints in jail.
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Authorities disclose note found on Walmart shooter's phone
As authorities investigate this week's mass shooting inside a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, at least two employees remained hospitalized after a manager killed six coworkers before taking his own life.
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Germany and France sign joint declaration on energy solidarity
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Retired general predicts how Russia's war will change in the winter months
Retired Maj. General James "Spider" Marks and former US Ambassador to Ukraine William Taylor join CNN's Alex Marquardt to discuss how Russia's war will change in the winter months, and Vladimir Putin's recent meeting with mothers of soldiers killed in Ukraine.
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Pope Francis was secretly taped during phone call with cardinal, court hears
Pope Francis was secretly taped during a phone call with one of his cardinals, it emerged during an on-going financial trial at the Vatican on Thursday.
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New Italian prime minister pledges to fight 'terrible plague of femicide'
More than 100 women have been murdered in Italy so far this year, with almost half of them killed by their intimate partner or ex-partner, the Italian police said.
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Will Erdogan finally deliver on his vow to invade northern Syria?
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has in the past week launched a series of airstrikes against Kurdish militants in northern Syria, and is warning that a ground operation will soon follow.
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Protesters overturn car amid violent clashes at world's largest iPhone factory
Protesters clashed with police at the Foxconn facility in Zhengzhou over payments for new hires, dirty living conditions and chaotic Covid protocols.
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Pull over. Ford recalls 520,000 Escape and Bronco Sport SUVs due to fire risk, fuel leaks
Ford has announced another SUV recall, this time impacting about 520,000 Ford Escape and Bronco Sport compacts in the United States. Potential cracks in the vehicles' fuel line can cause fires to break out under the hood of some cars, according to Ford and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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Video shows flood sweeping away cars in Saudi Arabia
A heavy rainstorm hit the city of Jeddah causing flooding and at least two deaths, according to the Saudi Civil Defense.
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Chinese-Canadian pop star Kris Wu sentenced to 13 years of prison for rape in China
A Chinese court in Beijing sentenced Chinese-Canadian pop star Kris Wu, also known as Wu Yifan, to 13 years in jail after finding him guilty of sexual offenses, including rape, the court said in a post on its official Weibo account.
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'They were wasted': Resistance fighter vividly details how he killed drunk Russian soldiers
In a CNN exclusive, Sam Kiley speaks to Kherson resistance fighters that helped liberate the Ukrainian city from Russia.
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Epstein accusers sue JP Morgan and Deutsche Bank, claiming banks benefited from sex trafficking operation
Two anonymous women who accuse the late Jeffrey Epstein of sexual abuse have filed separate civil lawsuits against JP Morgan Chase & Co. and Deutsche Bank AG, claiming the big banks enabled and benefitted financially from Epstein's alleged sex trafficking operation.
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Chasten Buttigieg responds to Tucker Carlson for attacking husband Pete
Chasten Buttigieg joins CNN This Morning and responds to Fox News' Tucker Carlson's attack on his husband, transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg.
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Elon Musk announces changes to Twitter's verified badges -- again
Elon Musk is ready to try his troubled new verification system for Twitter once again. This time, in color.
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'It changes nothing.' Nigerians unimpressed with redesigned banknotes
Nigerians have criticized the "redesigning" of the country's local currency proposed by its central bank to rein in counterfeiting and hoarding of large sums outside the banking system.
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Rats blamed for eating 500 kilograms of cannabis stored by Indian police
Rats in northern India have been accused of eating hundreds of kilograms of cannabis seized from drug dealers and stored in police warehouses.
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David Hockney brings a splash of color to luncheon with King Charles III
Celebrated British artist David Hockney is renowned for the bold and expressive use of color in his paintings. So, it was only right that he made a daring sartorial statement when he was invited to the Order of Merit luncheon at Buckingham Palace.
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See which dog won the National Dog Show's Best in Show
Winston beat hundreds of other dogs to take home "Best in Show" at the 2022 National Dog Show, becoming the first French Bulldog to win the event's top prize.
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Her luggage was lost. Then a kind stranger came to her aid
It had been seven days since she landed in New York City, and Hana Sofia Lopes' luggage was still lost.
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Aaron Carter's son turns 1 just weeks after dad's death
Melanie Martin celebrated her son Prince's first birthday, while also honoring her child's late father, singer Aaron Carter.
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World's 'oldest meal' discovered in 550-million-year-old fossil
An international team of scientists say they have new insight into how the very earliest animals survived after traces of what they described as the world's oldest meal were found in a 550 million-year-old fossil.
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Daylight Saving Time sheds light on lack of sleep's disproportionate impact in communities of color
As the United States rolled back the clocks one hour this month to observe the end of Daylight Saving Time, many people got a bit more sleep than usual -- but some not as much as others.
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BTS singer Jin set to begin South Korea military service, source says
K-pop superstar Jin will begin his mandatory military service next month, a source with direct knowledge of the situation confirmed Friday, after the BTS singer appealed to the supergroup's devoted fans to stay away from his South Korean army training center.
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Member of 'Little Rock Nine' reacts to Jerry Jones 1957 resurfaced photo
A resurfaced photograph from 1957 pictures Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones standing with a crowd of White students blocking six Black students from entering North Little Rock High School in Arkansas. CNN spoke with Ernest Green, a member of nine African-American students -- known as 'Little Rock Nine' who integrated Arkansas' Little Rock Central High School.
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Spain's new high-speed trains make it Europe's rail capital
What could be better than one wide-ranging high-speed rail network? Three or four competing ones, which look set to not only improve travelers' options but also (hopefully) drive prices down.
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11 ways to suck less at golf — without changing your golf swing
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Margot Robbie says tequila shots helped her film nude 'Wolf of Wall Street' scenes
According to Margot Robbie, she needed a little bit of liquid courage to film a now-famous scene in "The Wolf of Wall Street."
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Natural vs. artificial: Which Christmas tree option is better for the climate?
It's that time of the year when most Americans finish Thanksgiving leftovers and venture out in search for the best holiday sales. More importantly, they plan their household centerpiece of the season: the Christmas tree.
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Man rescued at sea by US Coast Guard
The US Coast Guard rescued a man after he was reported missing from a cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico. US Coast Guard search and rescue coordinator Lt. Seth Gross joins CNN This Morning to discuss the rescue.
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Net-zero hotels: 6 top stays for travelers who prioritize sustainability
As we wrap up the final months of 2022 and look ahead to a new year, there's a buzz phrase that's gaining steam in the world of sustainable travel: net-zero hotels. In other words, accommodations that are powered entirely by renewable energy sources.
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Look of the Week: Kendall Jenner swaps trousers for tights
Kendall Jenner's latest street style snap is a masterclass in minimalism, with one notable element missing: trousers.
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You cooked for 20 and fed 6 people. What to do with all of those leftovers
After the last plate has been cleared from the table and everyone — except the person stuck washing dishes — has migrated to the couch, it's time to begin the next part of the Thanksgiving tradition.
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In Asia, 'trolls with drones' are a force to be reckoned with
With the sun shining, drinks on the table and music in the air, it looks like the young men in the video, which has gone viral on Chinese social media, have picked a great day for a picnic.
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See how US and South Korea responded to North Korea's missile tests
South Korea and the United States responded to North Korea's launch of eight missiles by firing eight more missiles into waters off the east coast of the Korean peninsula. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
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