(Reuters) - A woman whose nine family members were among the 17 people killed when a tourist duck boat capsized in a storm on a Missouri lake said on Saturday she is not sure if there is any way to recover from such a loss.
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- Judge praises U.S. efforts in reuniting migrant families
- At Texas border, joy and chaos as U.S. reunites migrant families
- Trump wants suspensions for NFL players who kneel during anthem
- Gunman in fatal Florida shooting avoids charge due to state law
- Ohio governor commutes death sentence after ex-juror sought reprieve
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration has launched an offensive of speeches and online communications meant to foment unrest and help pressure Iran to end its nuclear program and its support of militant groups, U.S. officials familiar with the matter said.
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- Israel-Hamas Gaza truce largely holds after flare-up
- Syrian army pushes into Quneitra province: state tv, rebels
- Cuba aims to build socialism, not communism, in draft constitution
- In Senegal, China's President Xi pledges stronger Africa ties
- France's Le Maire says no U.S. trade talks with metals tariffs in place
- Mexico's outgoing and incoming ministers meet ahead of key trade talks
- Spain's conservatives swing to the right with new leader
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - The United States sought to woo Europe and Japan with free trade deals on Saturday to gain leverage in an escalating tariff war with China but its overtures faced stiff resistance from France at a G20 finance ministers meeting dominated by trade tensions.
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- German industry groups warn U.S. on tariffs ahead of EU-U.S. meeting
- Wall Street braces for tariff fallout as S&P 500 companies report
- Amazon, Toyota, Alcoa and others working to counter Trump's tariff plans
- Trump threatens tariffs on all $500 billion of Chinese imports
- Airbus CEO says eyes merger of its, BAE's jet fighter units: Sunday Times
- GE beats on EPS but trims cash flow target; shares fall
- U.S. lawmakers cut anti-ZTE measure from defense bill
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SAN DIEGO (Reuters) - Actor Johnny Depp gave Harry Potter fans a look at his coming portrayal of the pale and disheveled villain Grindelwald, delivering a monologue in character to a cheering audience at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday.
- Mystery surrounds Chris Pine return to 'Wonder Woman' film series
- Britain's Prince George celebrates his fifth birthday
- Bodysuits, boots and masks galore as Comic-Con opens in San Diego
- Chic guitarist Rodgers gets back to his busking roots
- Taylor Swift cast in movie version of 'Cats': Hollywood reports
- CBS announces four-part series of short 'Star Trek' episodes
- 'Breaking Bad' creator teases crossover with 'Better Call Saul'
- Extradite accused killer of Chilean singer Victor Jara, daughter pleads
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CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (Reuters) - Jordan Spieth has a chance to keep pace with Tiger Woods' major championship tally after vaulting into a share of the third-round lead at the British Open on Saturday.
- NASCAR notebook: Kurt Busch expects pickup in season's second half
- Brewers' Braun returns from disabled list
- Baez leads Cubs to win over Cardinals in first game of DH
- NBA transactions: Clippers re-sign Montrezl Harrell to two-year, $12 million contract
- Martinez notches record sixth hat track as Atlanta dispatches D.C. United
- Lodeiro scores twice as Sounders blank Whitecaps
- Athletics acquire RHP Familia from Mets
- Delle Donne pours in 30 as Mystics topple Liberty
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