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February 27, 2017
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VX and Kim Jong-nam, ditching the ICC, theater before Shakespeare The chemical weapon VX and its use in the killing of the North Korean leader's half brother. Plus, why several African countries want to ditch the International Criminal Court. And, how the theater scene developed in London ? before Shakespeare's time.
Mexico scorns Trump's proposal, Poland's debate over history, confusing the Texas and Chilean flags Mexicans are reacting to President Donald Trump's moves on border security, deportations and trade. Also, Poland's version of the battle over alternative facts. Plus, why people are using the Chilean flag emoji when they're texting about Texas.
Deportation details, sheriff cheers Trump, Bye-bye Bao Bao We dive deep into the new guidance for immigration enforcement just unveiled by the Trump administration. Also, how President Trump's rhetoric on trade and China could have a big impact on US colleges and universities. Plus, the US says goodbye to Bao Bao the panda.
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Oscars mistake: Moonlight wins best picture after announcement mix-up Moonlight wins best picture at the Oscars - after Faye Dunaway initially says La La Land won.
How wrong winner was announced The moment when La La Land producer realised Moonlight had won the Oscar for best picture
Father of US commando killed in Yemen refused to meet Trump The US must investigate the "stupid mission" in Yemen that saw his son killed, Bill Owens says.
Weekly Wrap: What's the plan?
Wrapping up the week in business news with Nela Richardson of Redfin and Catherine Rampell of the Washington Post.
Should you be worried about a data bug named Cloudbleed?
A glitch in code resulted in data leaking from 150 websites.
Yayoi Kusama exhibit is an economic puzzle for museum
The lines are long but entry is free. So how can the Smithsonian's Hirshhorn capitalize on its 'blockbuster'?
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