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Breaking Internetional News: 2017-08-23 19:38:14
- Trump's 57 most outrageous quotes from Arizona speech
- Hillary Clinton memoir: My 'skin crawled' when Trump stood behind me
- Ex-intelligence chief questions Trump's fitness for office
- Cops throw gas canisters ... protesters throw them back
- Former Russian ambassador to US downplays Trump relationship
- UN warns US over racist rhetoric
- 3 dead as typhoon lashes Macau and Hong Kong
- DNA from headless torso matches missing journalist
- KKK leader calls reporter the N-word during interview
- Saudi police question boy for dancing to Macarena in the street
- Jared Kushner won't find his job in Israel easy
- Controversial rhino horn auction underway
- New North Korea photos reveal hidden details of missile program
- Barcelona suspects 'planned bigger attacks'
- Prince Harry: They took photos as Diana was dying
- Wayne Rooney retires from international football
- Prankster gets Breitbart editors to agree to do Bannon's 'dirty work'
- Hundreds dead, more than 24M affected by floods
- Beijing's 'lawfare' against dissent in Hong Kong unites opposition
- Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $417M in talcum powder case
- Donald Trump has shown he is capable of temporary moments of sanity.
- In her upcoming memoir, Hillary Clinton expresses regret and explains what she wishes she could go back and do differently during her failed 2016 campaign, according to excerpts released Wednesday morning.
- James Clapper, former director of National Intelligence, said Wednesday morning he questioned President Donald Trump's fitness for office.
- Thousands from across Arizona flocked to Phoenix to protest President Donald Trump's rally, carrying protest essentials -- signs, megaphones and water bottles to stay hydrated in the 107-degree weather.
- Former Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak speaks to CNN's Matthew Chance about the Trump-Russia scandal.
- United Nations human rights experts have called upon the US government and political leaders to "unequivocally and unconditionally" reject and condemn racist hate speech and crimes.
- A strong typhoon struck the coast of China on Wednesday, bringing massive winds and flooding to the cities of Macau and Hong Kong.
- Danish police say DNA from a headless torso matches that of missing journalist Kim Wall, according to Swedish newspaper and CNN affiliate Expressen TV.
- In an interview, Ku Klux Klan leader Chris Barker threatens Univision reporter Ilia Calderón.
- In Saudi Arabia, dancing to the Macarena in a crosswalk can apparently land you in police custody.
- Hours before Marcellus Williams was set to die Tuesday night, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens issued a stay of execution and said he would appoint a board to review the evidence in the 1998 stabbing death of former reporter Felicia Gayle.
- South Africa's first online auction of rhinoceros horn is underway, with more than 500 kilograms up for bid from Wednesday through Friday.
- Newly released photos appear to reveal unexpected advances in North Korea's missile program, experts say, including a previously unseen type of projectile.
- Four men arrested in connection with last week's terror attacks in Spain appeared in court Tuesday as it emerged that the vehicle used in one of the assaults was earlier seen in France.
- The US Navy intends to remove Vice Adm. Joseph Aucoin as the commander of the US 7th Fleet, based in Yokosuka, Japan, according to a US official. This follows an incident Monday in which the USS John S. McCain collided with a merchant vessel.
- Rejuvenated after his return to Everton, Wayne Rooney has called time on his international career with England.
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- More than 700 people are believed to have been killed in massive floods and landslides that have rocked Bangladesh, India and Nepal this month, aid workers say.
- In one of the largest protests since 2014's pro-democracy Umbrella Movement, 22,000 protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday.
- On Monday, a jury awarded a California woman $417 million because she developed ovarian cancer and had used Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder for decades. The award includes $70 million in compensatory damages and $347 million in punitive damages.