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Held hostage for nearly two years, Theo Padnos blames himself for his ordeal (R)
Detained Americans, fears of a nuclear threat and Trump's call for economic sanctions. (R)
US President Donald Trump has described North Korean leader as a "pretty smart cookie"
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President Trump has described North Korean leader Kim Jong-un as a "pretty smart cookie".
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Two women who look after penguins and primates share their stories. (R)
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In an interview, Boris Johnson mentioned a few statistics that turned out to be untrue. (R)
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Shujaa Graham fell in love with his nurse, Phyllis, when he was on death row. (R)
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Professor Monica Grady searches for signs of life on Mars (R)