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Hill puts the nail in the Democrats' case
Holmes overheard Sondland call Trump. This is what was said

David Holmes, the counselor for political affairs at the US Embassy in Ukraine, describes the conversation he overheard between President Trump and Ambassador Gordon Sondland the day after Trump spoke with the Ukrainian president by phone in July 2019.

Former FBI lawyer under investigation after allegedly altering document in 2016 Russia probe
Tesla unveils new 'Cybertruck,' but breaks its unbreakable windows during unveiling
Why Britain's Queen Elizabeth had to let Prince Andrew go

It should have been a day of joy for Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, who were marking their 72nd wedding anniversary. Instead, Wednesday culminated in the 93-year-old monarch sanctioning her second son's retreat from royal duties, after a disastrous interview about his friendship with disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein engulfed the family in an unprecedented crisis.

Violence strikes Hong Kong election campaigners

Several high-profile campaigners in Hong Kong's District Council elections have been brutally attacked casting a pall over the process. CNN's Will Ripley reports.

Their relationship began with poetry. 15 years later, she ended up murdered
Netanyahu will be indicted on bribery, fraud and breach of trust charges

Israel's attorney general unveiled charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in three separate corruption investigations Thursday, marking the first time in the country's history that a sitting prime minister faces indictment in criminal investigations.

China releases 'confession' tape of British consular worker who claimed torture

Authorities in China have released what they say is a confession by detained former British consular employee Simon Cheng, who earlier this week claimed he was tortured by police in August.

Colombia protests prompt border closures

Colombia closed its borders ahead of a national strike supported by a broad coalition of social movements on Thursday, which saw teargas deployed in the capital Bogota and a curfew ordered in the western city of Cali.

Plane engine spits flames after takeoff

A Philippine Airlines flight headed for Manila from Los Angeles International Airport reported a possible engine failure shortly after takeoff.

Student accused of telling her boyfriend to kill himself releases their last text messages

A former Boston College student accused of encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself appears to have pleaded with him to "stop," according to text messages released by a public relations firm representing her.

Chef sues Michelin Guide for including his restaurant

Some chefs dream their whole lives of winning a Michelin star. But not Eo Yun-gwon.

Obama to worried Democrats: 'Chill out about the candidates'

Former President Barack Obama bluntly urged Democrats nervous about the state of the party's primary field to "chill out" on Thursday, stressing that while there are differences between the numerous Democrats running for president, those differences are "relatively minor" compared to what the Trump administration is doing.

In separate cases, two boys in India fell into big pots of hot stew. Both died of burns

A three-year-old boy has become the second child to die of burn injuries in southern India this month after both fell into large cooking pots of hot stew in separate, unrelated incidents.