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(11 Jan 2019) Here’s the latest for Friday January 11th: 13-year-old Wisconsin girl, missing 3 months, found alive; White House considers disaster relief funds to build wall; Sec. of State Pompeo in Persian Gulf; China releases panoramic view of moon’s far side.

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US carrier enters Persian Gulf after long absence

(21 Dec 2018) The USS John C. Stennis sailed into the Persian Gulf on Friday, becoming the first since America’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal and breaking the longest carrier absence in the volatile region since at least the September 11 terror attacks. (Dec. 21)

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – December 11, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Death of Palestinian minister escalates tensions in the West Bank, Saudi activists remain in detention for violating female driving ban, oil spill threatens marine sanctuary in Bangladesh, and U.S. Navy ‘flawlessly’ tests laser weapons system in the Persian Gulf.

WEST BANK
Palestinian Minister Dead After Confrontation With Israeli Forces
The UN is calling on the Israeli government to investigate the incident.

SAUDI ARABIA
Female Activists Remain in Detention For Violating Driving Ban
The two women were carrying valid drivers licenses from the United Arab Emirates when they were arrested at a Saudi border crossing on December 1st.

BANGLADESH
Oil Spill Threatens Rare Dolphin Sanctuary
A cargo vessel carrying more than 90,000 gallons of furnace oil sank in the Sundarbans, home to a number of endangered and rare plant and animal species.

WAR GAMES
U.S. Navy Tests Laser Weapons in the Persian Gulf
Naval researchers say the system can cripple or destroy asymmetric targets, and cost far less to operate than traditional kinetic weapons such as missiles.

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