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CBS News 10 Jan 2020

Boy who beat cancer gets surprise greeting from entire school

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When 6-year-old John Oliver finished chemo treatment for leukemia, he returned to school to a standing ovation from his classmates.


A new case of cancer is diagnosed in the EU every 9 seconds, making the disease a personal issue for many Europeans. We met a special choir from Ireland, who have their own way of beating cancer, spreading the message of hope from the top of their lungs.…
After Quaden Bayles, who was born with a form of dwarfism, and his mom shared a video online about his experience with bullying, thousands of people - including celebrities - have offered support and donations.
After more than two years of escalating tarrifs and a seemingly never-ending trade war, the US and China have agreed on a first step towards a truce.
If it holds, it could be a boost for U.S. President Donald Trump in an election year.
But who will benefit the most from this initial phase of a broader trade agreement?
China has promised to open up its markets and buy more US goods.
In exchange, the US will lift some tarrifs. Yet most will stay in place - and that's where the problems start.
So, could this really be the beginning of the end of the trade war between the US and China?
Presenter: Richelle Carey
Guests
Dan Wang, analyst for the Economist Intelligence Unit's Access China Service.
Hosuk Lee-Makiyama, Director of the European Centre for International Political Economy and a former Swedish Representative to the World Trade Organization.
Phil Caruso, Member of the Defense Council at the Truman National Security Project and a former Intelligence officer in the US Air Force.
Little Branson Figueroa and his puppy, Thanos, are best friends and share a unique bond. Last year, Branson had surgery for craniosynostosis. It occurs when a baby's skull closes before the brain is fully formed. Recently, Thanos' veterinarian said the dog might have hydrocephalus, a buildup of fluid that can cause brain damage. Thanos will now have to go through some of the same tests and treatments as his human bestie. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.

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