Morning News Brief: Senate Republicans Release Health Care Bill, China Vs. Golf

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Funeral Held For Former North Korean Prisoner Otto Warmbier

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Dead Canary Islands date palms, killed by red palm weevils, line a road in La Mersa, Tunis, Tunisia. Courtesy of Mark Hoddle/Department of Entomology, University of California Riverside hide caption

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An undated aerial photo of the Olympic venues in PyeongChang, South Korea. Courtesy of PyeongChang Organizing Committee hide caption

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Rural South Korean County Prepares For Role As 2018 Winter Olympics Host

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Duterte Political Opponent Jailed In Philippines

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Cows graze near Murwillumbah, New South Wales, Australia. China has replaced the United States as the second-largest foreign owner of agricultural land in Australia. (The UK is No. 1.) Auscape/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Is China Snatching Up Australian Farmland?

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Former New Mexico Governor Discusses His Role In Otto Warmbier Negotiations

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A China-based tour company says it will no longer take U.S. citizens to North Korea. Here, Chinese vendors sell flags of North Korea and China along the Yalu River in Dandong, northern China, along the border with North Korea. Kevin Frayer/Getty Images hide caption

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Otto Warmbier, American Recently Released By North Korea, Dies At 22

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News Brief: Warmbier Dies; Russia To Target U.S. Jets Over Syria

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Otto Warmbier Dies Days After Release From North Korea

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How To Deal With North Korea? Some Options Are Worse Than Others

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Pakistan Triumphs Over India To Win The Champions Trophy

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Donkeys with "kill tags," wait in export pens in Eagle Pass, Texas, destined for slaughterhouses in Mexico. Chinese are buying up donkey skins around the world to use in making traditional medicine. Julie Caramonte/Equine Welfare Alliance and Wild Horse Freedom Foundation hide caption

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Amid Growing Threats, Donkey Rescuers Protect The Misunderstood Beasts Of Burden

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