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UK cabinet meets after parliament takes control of Brexit for a day

British lawmakers arrived at Number 10 Downing Street on Tuesday, the day after a parliamentary vote to take over control of Brexit for a day in a highly unusual bid to find a way through the Brexit impasse. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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British lawmakers arrived at Number 10 Downing Street on Tuesday, the day after a parliamentary vote to take over control of Brexit for a day in a highly unusual bid to find a way through the Brexit impasse. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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Israel ramps up border security amid Gaza clashes

Israel has deployed tanks and extra troops along its border with Gaza after a day and night of intense fighting, triggered by a rocket strike north of Tel Aviv on Monday morning. Gracie Jerome reports

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Israel has deployed tanks and extra troops along its border with Gaza after a day and night of intense fighting, triggered by a rocket strike north of Tel Aviv on Monday morning. Gracie Jerome reports

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Mozambicans wait for aid, 10 days after cyclone

Villages in central Mozambique are still waiting to receive aid, ten days after Cyclone Idai hit. 128,000 people are now living in makeshift camps, and health officials say the spread of diseases like cholera are inevitable. Gracie Jerome reports

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Villages in central Mozambique are still waiting to receive aid, ten days after Cyclone Idai hit. 128,000 people are now living in makeshift camps, and health officials say the spread of diseases like cholera are inevitable. Gracie Jerome reports

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