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Man who shared New Zealand shooting video sentenced to 21 months
Philip Arps had earlier pleaded guilty to two counts of distributing the video of the massacre at a mosque in Christchurch
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Hong Kong residents protest increasing Chinese control
Millions of protestors took to the streets of Hong Kong over fears of increasing chinese control, despite the suspension of an extradition bill. CBS News correspondent Ramy Inocencio reports.
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10th suspect in David Ortiz shooting to spend 1 year in prison
Gabriel Alexánder Pérez Vizcaíno is accused of being the liaison between the alleged hit men and the person who paid them
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U.S. cuts millions in aid to Central America, fulfilling Trump's vow
Aid workers in the region believe the move will only exacerbate the widespread poverty in the region — and fuel more migration
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U.S. sending 1,000 more troops to Middle East amid Iran tensions
The move comes just days after the attacks on two oil tankers in one of the world's most important shipping routes
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Iran increasing production of uranium
Amid escalating tensions with Iran after attacks on two oil tankers, Iran announced it's increasing production of uranium. By next week, the country will be over the limit it's allowed to stockpile under an agreement signed by the Obama administration. David Martin reports.
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Syrian civilians seek refuge from bombings inside Idlib
Syrian regime forces have started a new bombing campaign. In Idlib, there is no defense, just a warning for civilians to take cover. Holly Williams was there.
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At least 2 people shot near Toronto Raptors rally, police say
Two people have been detained in connection with the shooting and two firearms have been recovered
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Pakistan claims women trafficked into prostitution in China
Evidence is growing that hundreds of women and girls are sold into prostitution in China
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Mohammed Morsi, ousted Egyptian president, has died
The former president had been imprisoned since a military coup in 2013
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Powerful earthquake hits China; USGS warns casualties possible
The U.S. Geological Survey says a strong earthquake has hit Sichuan province in southwestern China
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France allegedly downplayed World Cup security: "It's just the women"
Some U.S. organizers told CBS News that French authorities allegedly made comments like, "It's not the real World Cup … it's just the women"
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NYT: Cyber warfare between U.S. and Russia escalates as Washington targets power grids
A report in The New York Times says the U.S. is escalating its cyber responses to Russia by targeting its power grid. The report highlights how the U.S. military may be acting to counter Moscow's aggression in cyberspace. CBS News intelligence and national security reporter Olivia Gazis joins CBSN to discuss the report.
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Watch: Toronto Raptors parade live stream
The Toronto Raptors are celebrating their 2019 NBA championship
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Rare glimpse inside war-torn Syria: "The kids are all dead"
Syrian regime forces have begun a new bombing campaign, and there are fears that a full-scale offensive could be next
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French authorities were allegedly dismissive of World Cup security concerns
Team USA will go to the next round of the Women’s World Cup after Sunday's three to nothing win over Chile. Team captain Carli Lloyd scored two goals, including a spectacular strike. The team is playing in front of big crowds in the stands and State Department agents are looking for threats behind the scenes. Roxana Saberi reports.
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Life inside Idlib – Syria's last rebel stronghold
CBS News has gained rare access inside Syria, which is now in its eighth year of civil war. Syrian forces have begun a new bombing campaign, and there are fears that a full-scale offensive could be next. The province of Idlib, home to three million people, is one of the last remaining areas in western Syria that the government does not control. Hol
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Magician feared dead as Houdini-inspired stunt goes wrong
"I asked him why he risked his life for magic," local photographer says. "He smiled and said, 'If I do it right, it's magic. If I make a mistake, it becomes tragic.'"
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U.S. will release photos to persuade skeptical allies Iran is behind oil tanker attack
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says possible military options are on the table to counter reported aggression from Iran. The Pentagon plans to release photos it says support its case that Iran was behind last week's attack on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. David Martin reports.
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Iran says it will break key nuclear deal uranium limit in 10 days
But Tehran also says European nations can still save the accord
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Freed Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong rekindles demonstrations
Wong served a brief sentence for his role in 2014 Umbrella Movement protests and, soon after his release, encouraged demonstrators taking part in latest round of protests
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Report urges travelers to get MMR vaccine due to European outbreak
According to data from the World Health Organization, 41,000 measles cases were reported from January to June 2018 across 53 European countries
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Leading Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong released from prison
Wong served a two-month sentence for contempt related to his involvement in the 2014 Umbrella Movement protests
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Prince Harry celebrates Father's Day with picture of Archie
"Happy Father's Day!" reads the caption on Instagram. "And wishing a very special first Father's Day to The Duke of Sussex"
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Israel renames Golan Heights town in honor of Trump
Israel is hoping the rebranded "Ramat Trump" — Hebrew for "Trump Heights" — will encourage a wave of residents to vastly expand it
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Trump administration plans on building global consensus after oil tank attack
The Trump administration says the world must unite as it works to build a global consensus that Iran was behind Thursday's attacks on two oil tankers. So far, only Britain and Saudi Arabia are backing the case. Errol Barnett reports.
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Hong Kong makes history as protesters denounce own government
Demonstrators called for the revocation of controversial extradition proposals​, the release of student demonstrators and the resignation of Chief Executive Carrie Lam
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Protesters outside South Florida detention center for kids want it closed
Protesters held signs that read "Homes Instead!" and "Stop Separating Families" as they beat drums and sang civil rights-era protest songs
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Crippling blackout leaves 44 million without power in South America
The failure of the two countries' interconnected power grid is still unexplained
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