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Dr. Gupta: Traveling to the Olympics was like traveling to cover a natural disaster

When I first told my medical colleagues that I would be traveling 14 hours to Tokyo, they looked at me with a bit of surprise, then hesitantly told me simply to "be safe." It is the same reaction I have often received when jetting off to cover a natural disaster, like the earthquake in Haiti, or a conflict, like the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. This time, however, the mission was to report on how people from all over the globe would converge for the Olympic games in a city under a state of emergency due to the pandemic.

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Opinion: The US should deal with Assad

The decade-long Syrian civil war has been inestimably difficult for all Syrians. I have had many friends on both sides of the conflict who have died or have been displaced.

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This country is being torn by a civil war that few have heard of

Cameroon is being wracked by a civil war that has displaced hundreds of thousands of people, with separatists in Anglophone regions of the country fighting government forces and government-backed militias for several years. CNN's Zain Asher breaks down the conflict.

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Energy Secretary sells off Proterra stock for $1.6 million

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm recently sold off stock in an electric vehicle company, a department spokesman said, divesting her interest after ethics experts and Republican officials pointed out the conflict-of-interest concerns.

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Analysis: Israel's political stalemate is unmoved by the conflict with Hamas

Hours before the first rockets were fired toward Jerusalem two weeks ago, the bloc of political parties trying to oust long-term Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from power was cautiously optimistic. The group, led by former TV anchor Yair Lapid of the centrist Yesh Atid party, would be able to form a government within a week or two, or so they thought.

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