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CNN’s Boris Sanchez speaks with Lewis MacDonald, a Florida boat captain whose boat somehow wasn’t badly damaged during Hurricane Ian.
A suicide bomb attack on an education center in Kabul has killed dozens of people, most of whom are believed to be young women, in the latest sign of the deteriorating security situation in the Afghan capital. CNN’s Salma Abdelaziz has more.
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The New South Wales Jewish Board of Deputies has called on Football Australia to issue lifetime bans to fans found to have displayed Nazi symbols and salutes during Saturday night's Australia Cup final.
King Charles III will miss the upcoming COP27 climate change summit in Egypt, CNN understands, after British media reported that Prime Minister Liz Truss advised him to drop his plans to attend.
Paramount Pictures promoted their new horror film “Smile” by sending actors from the film to sporting events.