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James Bond actor Roger Moore dead at 89

Roger Moore dies at 89James Bond actor Roger Moore died Tuesday at age 89.

The British star, who played 007 in seven films, died in Switzerland after a short battle with cancer, Moore's children said on his social media accounts.

"It is with a heavy heart that we must announce our loving father, Sir Roger Moore, has passed away today in Switzerland after a short but brave battle with cancer," Deborah, Geoffrey and Christian Moore wrote.

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Whining Trump claims ‘no politician in history’ has been ‘treated worse or more unfairly’

Trump whines at Coast Guard Academy graduationPresident Trump offered a robust defense of his presidency Wednesday, arguing that he has been treated unfairly by the Washington media amid a series of deepening scandals that have engulfed his administration.

In a commencement ceremony at the Coast Guard Academy, Trump said “no politician in history . . . has been treated worse or more unfairly. You can’t let them get you down, can’t let the critics and the naysayers get in the way of your dreams.”

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Veterans And Anti-War Activists Make Peace With Vietnam — And Each Other

Vets and Activists make Peace in VietnamThe street that leads to David Clark’s home is marked with a sign that says “Ushi’s house.” That’s the name of his wife, born in the year of the buffalo under the Vietnamese zodiac. Clark is also a buffalo ― that’s what makes them a good match, he says.

In other ways, they’re a surprising pair: Clark first came to Da Nang in 1968 as a 19-year-old Marine fighting in the Vietnam War. He returned to the country four decades later to see what had become of it. He met Ushi, who is Vietnamese, a few years later at a restaurant she owns in the town of Hue.

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Football’s toll: At least seven members of 1972 Dolphins affected by cognitive impairment

Nick Buonicont and others affected by footballThey called him Captain Crunch, and the name was fitting. Mike Kolen packed a punch.

Now, 45 years after the Dolphins' No-Name Defense ran through the 1972 season undefeated, Kolen and his perfect teammates are tied together again. But instead of celebration, there’s heartache.

South Florida’s most legendary team has become a cautionary tale, a poignant symbol of the concussion saga that threatens the future of America’s favorite sport.

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Subpoenas issued to Flynn associates in FBI's Russia probe

Flynn associates get subpoenasFederal prosecutors issued subpoenas to associates of Michael Flynn as part of the FBI's investigation into Russia's alleged meddling in the U.S. election, sources familiar with the case said.

Federal prosecutors were seeking business records from associates who worked with Flynn on contracts after his dismissal as director of the Defense Intelligence Agency in 2014, the sources told CNN. The New York Times confirmed the details.

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Thousands expected to hit the streets for May Day protests

Thousands expected to hit the streets for May Day protestsHundreds of thousands of demonstrators are expected to take to the streets Monday in massive May Day events across the USA mostly protesting the policies of President Trump.

May Day — also known as International Worker’s Day — has spawned protests around the globe in past years highlighting workers’ rights. But on Monday, the impetus for the U.S. marches span from immigrants' rights to LGBT awareness to police misconduct.

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'Israeli strikes' hit arms depot in Damascus

Israel strikes Damascus weapns depotIsraeli strikes have hit an arms depot operated by the Lebanese Hezbollah group near Damascus airport, Syrian opposition sources told Al Jazeera.

Witnesses said a total of five strikes occurred near the Damascus airport road, about 25km from the capital, early on Thursday.

Syrian state TV quoted a military source saying rockets fired from Israeli territory targeted a military area in the southwestern part of the airport which caused explosions.

Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra, reporting from the Turkish city of Gaziantep near Syria's border, said opposition activists posted pictures online showing a huge fire near the area.

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