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The Hill 22 Jan 2020

GOP Congressman: Impeachment has sucked all the oxygen out of the room


Congressman Jody Hice shares his thoughts on the impeachment trial so far.

It's been one year since China's Chang'e 4 landed on the far side of the moon, so what has it learned so far?
Last year more than 3,400 civilians were killed in Afghanistan. The Taliban were responsible for almost half of those deaths.
Afghan forces and the US were responsible for 43 percent - with last year seeing a record-high level of civilian casualties from air raids, mostly by international forces.
Fortunately, it has been an unusually quiet week in Kabul, where bombs and bullets have been a mainstay for years, but the deal signed in Doha still has a long way to go before real peace can be achieved.

Al Jazeera's Laura Burdon-Manley takes a look back at the high cost of the war on civilians.
Senator Elizabeth Warren has dropped out of the president race, but says she'll "stay in the fight for the hardworking folks across the country." CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns and McClatchy politics editor Adam Wollner joined CBSN with the latest on the 2020 race. Plus, Sabrina Singh, national spokesperson for Michael Bloomberg, discusses why Bloomberg made the decision to drop out.
On a recent visit to Pakistan, UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, praised the first-ever all female Pakistani peacekeeping team to be deployed to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Female Engagement team are providing vocational training, medical outreach and psychological support to victims of trauma.

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