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Kim Jong Un leaves on train for Vietnam summitTV footage and photos distributed by the North's state-run news agency showed Kim inspecting a guard of honor at the Pyongyang station before waving from the train
Puerto Rico governor: Venezuela threatened U.S.-financed shipThe ship carrying humanitarian aid for Venezuela was dispatched and financed by Puerto Rico's government
Survivors demand accountability at Vatican sexual abuse summitThe landmark Vatican summit on sexual abuse has concluded it's third day. Survivors are demanding accountability for religious officials who turned a blind eye on abuse. Seth Doane reports.
At least 2 people killed in standoff with Venezuelan militaryAt least two people were killed and 17 injured during a standoff with the Venezuelan military. President Nicolas Maduro closed the border with Brazil and has partially closed the border with Colombia in an effort to stop humanitarian aid from entering the country. Foreign Affairs columnist Markos Kounalakis joined CBSN to discuss.
Venezuelan soldiers unleash tear gas as tensions rise over blocked aidOpposition leader Juan Guaido has vowed to bring aid into the country over objections from President Nicolas Maduro
Vatican sex abuse summit emphasizes importance of accurately reporting abuseThe landmark four-day sex abuse summit at the Vatican is now in its third day. The hierarchy of the Catholic Church has been criticized by abuse victims and their advocates for failing to punish those who turned a blind eye to abuse within the church. But this extraordinary meeting could be a major turning point for victims and the church. Seth Doane reports.