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What keeps China from stopping Russia's war

The war in Ukraine has prompted renewed appeals for China to get involved in an international crisis, with commentators discussing how the country is well-placed to negotiate an end to the fighting. Politicians have taken up the call too: the Ukrainian foreign minister reportedly asked China to get involved, while on Tuesday European leaders video-called Chinese leader Xi Jinping in an effort to keep them in the loop.

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Watch: Map shows what a potential Russian invasion looks like

CNN's Tom Foreman uses a map to break down some of the potential military strategies Russia may use to invade Ukraine. On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered troops into separatist-held parts of eastern Ukraine in what the Kremlin called a "peacekeeping" mission, just hours after he signed decrees recognizing the independence of the Moscow-backed regions.

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China's reaction: Beijing strikes a different tone

China's envoy to the United Nations on Monday called for "all parties" to exercise restraint and avoid "fueling tensions" in Ukraine, but stopped short of condemning the Kremlin's recognition of independence for two pro-Moscow regions in the east of the country.

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DOJ reveals new Signal messages from Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes

Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes will be held in jail while he awaits trial, a federal judge in Washington, DC, ruled on Friday after prosecutors revealed new Signal app messages where Rhodes allegedly called January 6 "the final nail in the coffin of our republic" and instructed his followers to prepare for violence.

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Trump-backed Arizona candidate called Covid vaccine a 'crime against humanity'

Mark Finchem, the Arizona secretary of state candidate backed by former President Donald Trump, spread dangerous misinformation about the Covid-19 pandemic on social media, calling the vaccine a "crime against humanity," implying it was a "bio-weapon" and sharing an article last August that suggested Covid-19 did not exist in the Canadian province of Alberta.

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McConnell breaks with RNC

Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) rebuked the RNC in a recent press conference where he called the events of January 6th a 'violent insurrection.' CNN's Lauren Fox reports.

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A new version of Omicron has been found in at least 49 countries, including the US. An expert answers questions and offers advice.

A new subvariant of Omicron is spreading rapidly in some parts of the world. This spinoff from the original Omicron variant, called BA.2, has been found in at least 49 countries, including the United States. In some countries, like Denmark, BA.2 has already surpassed the original Omicron (BA.1) as the dominant variant.

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Georgia DA asks for FBI's help as Trump probe continues

The Fulton County, Georgia, district attorney is asking for the FBI's help in providing security for buildings and staff one day after former President Donald Trump called prosecutors investigating him "racists" and said his supporters should hold "the biggest protests we have ever had" in cities like Atlanta if the prosecutors "do anything wrong or illegal."

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Opinion: The real reason some people are so afraid of 'Maus'

I thought it was a comic book. I first saw this book called "Maus" on the shelf in the guest room of our Nashville house. I don't remember why I was looking at the books. Maybe I was just a bored 17-year-old looking for something to do. I just remember being confused, because as far as I knew my parents didn't own any comic books. And why did it have a swastika on the cover? But I picked it up, sat down on the couch and started to read.

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