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Afghanistan, US claim Russia arming Taliban
US and Afghanistan officials claim the Russian government is supplying the Taliban with small arm weapons to fight ISIS in Afghanistan, but Russia denies all allegations. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports

Charlie Gard's parents want to bring him home for his final moments
The parents of the terminally ill British child Charlie Gard were seeking court permission Tuesday to bring their son home from hospital to die

Baby Gard's dad: 'Sorry we couldn't save you'
The parents of the terminally ill British baby Charlie Gard told their son, "sleep tight, our beautiful little boy" after ending their legal fight over treatment for their son in the US

Cardinal facing charges: From humble beginnings to the Vatican
Cardinal George Pell has a long list of achievements in the Catholic Church and in Australian society -- feted by popes, prime ministers and the Queen of England

The teacher protecting marine turtles in the Seychelles
The first time Vanessa Didon saw a turtle, she was blown away

Why Germany has a dirty climate secret
Germany's Angela Merkel is often referred to as the "climate chancellor" because of her impassioned stand on climate protection, which has included the muscular arm-twisting of laggard nations in Europe and beyond -- as she demonstrated at the G20 summit in Hamburg in earlier this month

Can nudity crack Hollywood's double standard?
With nearly all-black, female-led casts, both HBO's "Insecure" and feature film "Girls Trip" are clearly breaking all types of color and gender barriers. But it's what's happening behind the scenes that is changing the game on a more interesting frontier. Female writers like "Insecure's" Issa Rae and Erica Rivinoja and Tracy Oliver of "Girls Trip," are leveling the playing field when it comes to male and female nudity, by putting more naked men on our screens. It's just what Hollywood needs

She's giving free vacations to families facing breast cancer
Jeanine Patten-Coble was blindsided by her breast cancer diagnosis eight years ago

Bringing serenity after crisis
Since 2011, Jeanine Patten-Coble's nonprofit has provided free weeklong, fun-filled vacations to nearly 600 families affected by breast cancer

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