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Court Rules Border Searches Of Electronics Violated Constitution

A federal court found U.S. border officials had searched electronic devices without reasonable suspicion of a crime, violating the Constitution.

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State Department Tells U.S. Citizens Not To Travel To Bolivia

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1:04Former Bolivia President, Evo Morales
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1:13Doctor administers ebola vaccine
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First Ebola Vaccine Granted Conditional Approval

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Australia In State Of Emergency Over 'Catastrophic' Fire Conditions

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Chilean Government To Write New Constitution After Weeks Of Protests

1:06The entrance to the community of LeBaron November 8, 2019 in Le Barón, Cihuahua, Mexico.
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LeBaron Family Members Flee Mexico After Cartel Massacre

2:27Deputy Assistant Secretary in the European and Eurasian Bureau at the State Department, George Kent
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State Department's George Kent To Testify Wednesday

1:21A Boeing 737 MAX 7 lifts off
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Boeing Says The 737 Max Could Be Flying Again In January

1:00Turkish flag
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Turkey Starts Repatriating Captured ISIS Fighters

1:13A U.S. soldier in Syria
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More Than 500 U.S. Troops To Remain In Syria

1:22Bolivian President Evo Morales Ayma speaks at a press conference following an OAS report on Bolivia's election
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Bolivian President Evo Morales Resigns Over Calls Of Election Fraud

1:55Hong Kong police
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Hong Kong Protest Descends Into Chaos As Man Is Lit On Fire

0:51Iranian President Hassan Rouhani
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Iran Has Discovered An Oil Field Containing Over 50 Billion Barrels

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Iran Says It's Now Enriching Uranium To 5%, Has Capacity Of 60%

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Iran Says There's A Missing Persons Case Into Former FBI Agent

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Brush Fires Rage Across New South Wales In Australia

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Lufthansa Flight Cancellations Grow On 2nd Day Of Strike

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Turkey Likely To Start Repatriating ISIS Militants On Monday

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Essex Police: All 39 People Found Dead In Truck Have Been Identified

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International Criminal Court Gives Historic Sentence For War Crimes

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0:57Hong Kong university students at their graduation ceremony
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Hong Kong Students Defy Ban, Wear Masks To Graduation

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U.S. Calls On World To Address Iran Nuclear Escalation