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U.S.-backed forces in Syria squeeze ISIS remnants into a square mile

U.S.-backed forces are closing in on the last sliver of ISIS territory in Syria. ISIS controls only about a square mile in the eastern village of Baghouz. Charlie D'Agata reports from the front lines of the offensive entering its final stages.

Russia detains veteran U.S. investment manager in Moscow

Michael Calvey, founder and senior partner at Baring Vostok equity firm, has worked in Russia since 1994 and now faces fraud charges

Pompeo: Trump administration doing “everything” it can to free Americans in Iran

"We're having conversations with all the people who have the ability to help get them back," Pompeo said

Immigration advocates sue DHS and others over “Remain in Mexico” policy

The initiative is possibly the biggest change to immigration policy implemented by the Trump administration

Duchess shines light on dangers of osteoporosis

Camilla, 71, opened up about her late mother Rosalind, who died of the bone disease in 1994

Omar, Venezuela envoy clash on U.S. meddling in Latin America

Elliott Abrams, the State Department's special representative to Venezuela, was involved in controversial foreign policy decisions during the Cold War

Pompeo: Iran is “weaker” because of U.S. sanctions

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo sat down for an interview with CBS News foreign correspondent Roxana Saberi during an international summit on the Middle East in Warsaw, Poland. Saberi joins CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss the interview.

Former Air Force Intelligence agent accused of spying for Iran

A former U.S. Air Force Intelligence specialist who defected to Iran was indicted Wednesday for giving Iranians information about a top secret U.S. program. She's also accused of revealing the identities of other intelligence officers. David Martin reports.

Venezuelan opposition sets date for showdown with Maduro’s forces

"Allow in the humanitarian aid. That's an order," U.S.-backed Juan Guaidó tells military, announcing date for aid caravans to challenge blocked border

Instagram kills account depicting abuse of gay Muslims in Indonesia

The account was removed for being "pornographic" following widespread "moral" outrage

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CNN habló con mujeres que dicen ser víctimas del devastador abuso sexual, psicológico y espiritual que sufrieron dentro de la comunidad de St. John. Fuente: Cnnenespanol.com

Huawei founder says he would defy Chinese law on intel gathering

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Huawei president says he would defy Chinese law on intelligence gathering

"Chinese company Huawei is the largest seller of telecommunications equipment in the world. Three billion people in 170 countries use Huawei products worldwide, and the company sells more smart phones than Apple. The Trump administration is considering banning all Huawei products from being used in the U.S., calling the company a threat to national security. Bianna Golodryga spoke with Huawei's elusive founder and president, Ren Zhengfei, who denied the allegations. "