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Quadriplegic woman experiments with stem cell treatment

Quadriplegic woman experiments with stem cell treatment

Some believe stem cell therapy is a promising tool to treat and potentially cure a number of health conditions. But government agencies and the World Health Organization have issued warnings about the controversial treatment. Even so, some patients are willing to take the risk.

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U.S. President Donald Trump confirmed in a national address on Sunday morning that Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed during a raid in northern Syria.

Trump: ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead

U.S. President Donald Trump confirmed in a national address on Sunday morning that Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed during a raid in northern Syria. CGTN’s Toby Muse has more. Trump said that al-Baghdadi’s death was a lesson to terrorists across the planet. […]

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California wildfires burn out of control

California wildfires burn out of control

California has been battling two major wildfires at opposite ends of the state. The larger Kincade fire in the northern Sonoma County has already burnt over 10 thousand hectares, while the smaller Tick fire in the south has been threatening residential areas outside of Los Angeles county.

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Trump Impeachment Inquiry continues to bring in testimonies

Trump Impeachment Inquiry continues to bring in testimonies

The impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump rolls on Saturday with testimony from Phil Reeker, acting Assistant Secretary of State for Europe. Phil Reeker will testify as to whether he saw evidence of a quid pro quo, whether President Donald Trump demanded Ukraine investigate his […]

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Convicts use hip-hop for hope

A musical group in Venezuela is using the language of hip-hop to bring about social change. Its members met in prison and now they’re singing about the value of freedom and a second chance.

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Tornado rips through Dallas area and part of Arkansas

Tornado rips through Dallas area and part of Arkansas

Crews searched Monday through the rubble of homes and businesses torn apart by a tornado that ripped through the Dallas area the night before, and one person was killed by a falling tree in Arkansas as the storms moved to the northeast. Around 65,000 people in Dallas have been affected by electric problems, and shelter is expecting to be opened soon.

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