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After ISIS, 'Mosul can never be the same'
A few days ago, Mahmoud Saeed boarded a plane for a trip that is sure to be filled with trepidation

Duterte declares liberation of Marawi from ISIS-affiliated militants
The Philippines city of Marawi has been liberated from ISIS-affiliated militants following a five-month standoff, President Rodrigo Duterte announced Tuesday

Autism research in danger after Hurricane Maria
CNN's Lynda Kinkade reports on Hurricane Maria's effect on autism research

Trump's foreign policy is neither strategic nor competent
Speaking to Fox News on Sunday, H.R. McMaster -- President Donald Trump's national security adviser, and a thinking warrior with a firm grasp of history and reality -- made a stunning claim: Trump has "helped us restore our strategic competence.

Singer Selena Quintanilla honored with Google Doodle

Amazon Studios head Roy Price resigns amid harassment allegations, company says

Magical sports moments for sick kids
Blake Rockwell grew up playing sports with other children in his neighborhood. But a congenital heart defect had prevented one of his older brothers, Chuckie, from doing the same

He rolls out the red carpet for ill sports fans
Blake Rockwell's nonprofit has given thousands of seriously ill children all-access, V.I.P. experiences at college sporting events around the country

Childhood leukemia doesn't always mean isolation
With the help of a robot from CNN Hero Leslie Morissette's nonprofit, one fourth grader stays connected to his school and friends while battling leukemia

"I will make sure that justice is done" after the death of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat tells Amanpour

China's President Xi Jinping laid out a sweeping vision for the country as he kicked off a pivotal meeting of the ruling elite that's expected to shore up his grip on power. CNN's Matt Rivers has more

US-backed forces say ISIS has lost control of Raqqa, Syria, the group's self-declared capital. CNN National Security Analyst Michael Weiss discusses the significance of this development

CNN's Nick Patton Walsh looks back at the rise and fall of ISIS in Raqqa, Syria

US investigators believe Yevgeny Prigozhin, a Russian oligarch dubbed "chef" to President Vladimir Putin by the Russian press, financed a Russian "troll factory" that used social media to spread fake news during the 2016 US presidential campaign, according to multiple officials briefed on the investigation

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