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China accuses Taiwan of manipulating students with sex to become spies
Tuesday, September 18
China has accused Taiwan's intelligence agencies of using honey traps to recruit university exchange students as spies, in an effort to "infiltrate" and "sabotage" activities on the mainland.
Golf champion murdered on US course
Tuesday, September 18
Iowa State University has paid tribute to student and European champion golfer Celia Barquín Arozamena, who was found dead on a golf course Monday.
Day of reckoning looms for Kavanaugh and his accuser
Tuesday, September 18
Anderson Cooper shuts down Trump Jr.'s lie
Tuesday, September 18
Anderson Cooper debunks Donald Trump Jr.'s false tweet about the CNN anchor, which was an attempt to slam CNN's coverage of Hurricane Florence by posting a photo from 2008.
Maduro slammed for dining on pricey 'Salt Bae' steaks as Venezuelans starve
Tuesday, September 18
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro feasted on pricey steaks and smoked cigars at a "Salt Bae" restaurant in Istanbul on Monday, drawing ire and condemnation back home, where an economy spiraling toward collapse has triggered a food crisis.
Syria accidentally shot down a Russian military plane
Tuesday, September 18
Made in America: Shrapnel in Yemen ties US bombs to civilian deaths
Pussy Riot member was probably poisoned, German medics say
Tuesday, September 18
German doctors say there is a "high plausibility" that a member of the Russian protest group Pussy Riot, who was taken ill in Russia last week, was poisoned.
Trade war escalates as US imposes biggest-ever tariffs on China
Tuesday, September 18
President Donald Trump is sharply escalating the American trade war with China.
Statue for man who saved thousands of Jews
Tuesday, September 18
A former British spy who saved thousands of Jews from death in Nazi Germany will be honored with a statue in his memory on Tuesday.
China accuses Taiwan of manipulating students with sex to become spies
Tuesday, September 18
China has accused Taiwan's intelligence agencies of using honey traps to recruit university exchange students as spies, in an effort to "infiltrate" and "sabotage" activities on the mainland.
Golf champion murdered on US course
Tuesday, September 18
Iowa State University has paid tribute to student and European champion golfer Celia Barquín Arozamena, who was found dead on a golf course Monday.
Day of reckoning looms for Kavanaugh and his accuser
Tuesday, September 18
Anderson Cooper shuts down Trump Jr.'s lie
Tuesday, September 18
Anderson Cooper debunks Donald Trump Jr.'s false tweet about the CNN anchor, which was an attempt to slam CNN's coverage of Hurricane Florence by posting a photo from 2008.
Maduro slammed for dining on pricey 'Salt Bae' steaks as Venezuelans starve
Tuesday, September 18
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro feasted on pricey steaks and smoked cigars at a "Salt Bae" restaurant in Istanbul on Monday, drawing ire and condemnation back home, where an economy spiraling toward collapse has triggered a food crisis.
Syria accidentally shot down a Russian military plane
Tuesday, September 18
Made in America: Shrapnel in Yemen ties US bombs to civilian deaths
Pussy Riot member was probably poisoned, German medics say
Tuesday, September 18
German doctors say there is a "high plausibility" that a member of the Russian protest group Pussy Riot, who was taken ill in Russia last week, was poisoned.
Trade war escalates as US imposes biggest-ever tariffs on China
Tuesday, September 18
President Donald Trump is sharply escalating the American trade war with China.
Statue for man who saved thousands of Jews
Tuesday, September 18
A former British spy who saved thousands of Jews from death in Nazi Germany will be honored with a statue in his memory on Tuesday.