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Breaking Internetional News: 2017-07-28 03:57:48
- Russia sanctions headed to Trump's desk
- Scaramucci: Priebus a 'paranoid schizophrenic'
- Venezuela bans protests ahead of vote
- Village elders order rape of 17-year-old girl
- Jeff Bezos the world's richest person -- briefly
- One of history's most important inventions?
- France to set up refugee 'hot spots' in Libya
- A rescue that came too late
- If Trump offers you a job, don't take it
- US aid cuts 'death sentence' for women
- Jerusalem's Muslims to return to pray at Al-Aqsa
- 'Don't fight Assad,' US tells Syrian allies
- UK: Free movement will end with Brexit
- Swedish ministers quit amid IT scandal
- Apple discontinues iPod nano and shuffle
- Should you really finish your antibiotics?
- Turns out we may all be made of stardust
- Why N. Korea still hates the US
- How Kenyans are stopping election fraud
- Satellite photos reveal Chinese base in Africa
- Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday that he "very much regrets" the worsening of relations between Russia and the United States.
- CNN's Ryan Lizza received a phone call from White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci asking him to name one of his sources. During the call, Scaramucci called President Trump's chief of staff Reince Priebus a "paranoid schizophrenic."
- [Breaking news update, published at 2:21 p.m. ET
- Village elders in Pakistan ordered the rape of a 17-year-old girl after her brother was accused of raping another girl.
- Charlie Gard, the terminally ill baby at the center of a bitter legal battle that has garnered global attention, is to have his life support treatment withdrawn.
- There are few more important inventions in the history of the world than the radio.
- France has announced its intention to set up "hot spots" in Libya to process refugee claims and help deter people from attempting the treacherous journey across the Mediterranean.
- Sen. Susan Collins and Sen. Jack Reed were recorded discussing President Donald Trump's lack of familiarity with the details of governing. The conversation was picked up by a hot mic.
- General Michael Flynn bought in during what you could call the pre-opening sales period, when an eager purchaser could get the best deal.
- In September, eight months into her tenure as first lady of the United States, first lady Melania Trump will make her first official solo trip to a foreign country.
- Jerusalem's Muslim community has been told it can return to praying inside the Al-Aqsa compound after Israel removed the latest security measures from the entrance to the holy site.
- The US-led coalition fighting ISIS has told its local Syrian allies that they must be exclusively focused on fighting ISIS and not fight the Syrian regime, a directive that prompted one rebel group to depart a joint coalition base in Southern Syria, several coalition and US defense officials told CNN.
- British Immigration Minister Brandon Lewis insists freedom of movement between the UK and Europe will end when the country leaves the European Union in March 2019.
- An IT scandal forced Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lovfen to reshuffle his government on Thursday as two top ministers resigned, CNN affiliate Expressen reported.
- The United States is warning travelers to Mexico about tainted or counterfeit alcohol following the death of a Wisconsin woman.
- The standing argument that failing to complete a course of antibiotics could fuel the rise of antibiotic resistance has little evidence, a group of United Kingdom researchers argue in a new paper. In an analysis published in the medical journal the BMJ on Thursday, they say that completing a course of antibiotics may instead increase the risk of resistance.
- If you were looking to space for extra-terrestrial life, maybe it's time to look in the mirror. A new study claims we might all be part-alien.
- Singer Justin Bieber struck a paparazzo with his truck while trying to drive away from an event in Beverly Hills Wednesday night, according to the Beverly Hills Police Department.
- Kenya's last two general elections have been tarnished by allegations of fraud and outbreaks of violence, which have divided the nation since.
- New satellite imagery of China's first overseas military base reveal it to be bigger and more secure than previously thought.