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A woman stumbles down a Beirut street crying and terrified, telling passers-by she has just been raped. It's part of a new campaign called "Shame on who?" which tries to raise awareness to shift the blame and shame from the victims of sexual violence to the perpetrators. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports.

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Former CIA Director Leon Panetta discusses with CNN's Wolf Blitzer claims that Rudy Giuliani has walked back regarding whether discussions about a proposed Trump Tower Moscow project went through the 2016 election.

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When asked about President Donald Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani's shifting statements about the proposed Trump Tower Moscow project, Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA) told CNN's Wolf Blitzer that Giuliani sounded like a "crazy, old uncle in contradicting himself."

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Brett McGurk, the former US special envoy for the global coalition to counter ISIS, tells CNN's Christiane Amanpour that President Trump's choice to withdraw troops from Syria while still trying to achieve goals in the region is "mission impossible."

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President Donald Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani said that the president had no recollection of whether discussions about a proposed Trump Tower Moscow project went through the 2016 election, distancing himself from a claim he made previously. CNN's Sara Murray reports.

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CNN's Abby Phillip reports on the plan, designed to pressure Democrats, that President Trump put forward to end this record-long government shutdown. The plan offers temporary protections for some young immigrants in exchange for $5.7 billion for his wall along the US-Mexico border.

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As CNN previously reported, TSA screeners have called out from work through the shutdown, and the problem has taken on heightened attention as the shutdown has worn on and unscheduled absences have ticked up significantly relative to last year.

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Experts fear that measles, declared eliminated from the US in 2000, is here to stay and getting worse, and they point a finger at parents who do not vaccinate their children. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports.