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Saudis 'to admit journalist died' as family calls for inquiry
Saudi Arabia is preparing to acknowledge that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed during an interrogation that went wrong, sources have told CNN, as his family calls for an international inquiry into his disappearance



UK's May has less than two days to save Brexit plan
British Prime Minister Theresa May will face EU leaders Wednesday in a make-or-break summit, as European Council President Donald Tusk warned the UK is barreling towards a disastrous no-deal Brexit



Meghan and Harry kick off Australia tour with baby gifts and koalas
It's been less than 24-hours since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced that they were expecting their first child, but the royal couple are already being showered in baby gifts



JPMorgan and Ford bosses pull out of Saudi Arabia's 'Davos in the desert'
JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon will not attend the Future Investment Initiative conference in the wake journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance



Saudi Arabia's stock market plunges on fear of sanctions over Khashoggi
Shares in Saudi Arabia plunged as the fallout over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi got worse over the weekend



Melinda Gates: We can use tech to help lift people out of poverty



This Renault concept car is a lounge on wheels
See the Renault EZ-Ultimo, an autonomous concept car designed to shuttle occupants around in luxury



China's robot-built future
Amid population growth and unprecedented urbanization, China's rise has been enabled by its ability to build quickly and cheaply. But meeting the country's construction demands has come at the expense of architectural identity, according to Philip Yuan, founder of the firm Archi-Union Architects



This painting is poised to smash auction records
A well-known painting by British artist David Hockney is poised to smash the record for a work by a living artist sold at auction



Revisiting the luxury and glamour of Concorde
In March 1969, just months before Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, Concorde made its maiden flight. The supersonic plane embodied a vision of the future as daring as that of Apollo 11 -- but far better looking



The world's most delicious foods
"There is no love sincerer than the love of food," George Bernard Shaw said. Judging by the number of amazing dishes out there, he was right



Japan's eerie abandoned theme park
While exploring Japan in 2016, Parisian photographer Romain Veillon discovered the eerily deserted "Western Village" amusement park, themed around 1800s America



These war heroes face another kind of danger
In 2008, Matt Zeller was serving in Afghanistan as a captain in the US Army. One day while out on a routine mission, he and his squad were attacked by Taliban insurgents



Why military interpreters fear for their lives
Janis Shinwari fought alongside CNN Hero Matt Zeller as a translator in Afghanistan. Here, he recounts the danger they survived and how they're paying it forward



At 87, her mission to help immigrants hasn't slowed down
Florence Phillips was born in New York to Jewish parents who fled Europe before the Holocaust



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