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This is classic investigative reporting. And it's hard, painstaking work.

Here's my conversation with WSJ's Bradley Hope on how he and his team uncovered the #1MDB scandal.


Kristie Lu Stout speaks to the Wall Street Journal's Bradley Hope, one of the reporters who covered what's being called "Malaysia's Watergate"
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Over Pokémon Go? Check into the sci-fi world of Ingress, another GPS game by Niantic set in the real world.

(Produced by Esther Pang and Ravi Hiranand)
CNN's Kristie Lu Stout takes us to one Hong Kong fountain that's turned into a virtual battleground in the game "Ingress."
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#INGRESS."BERY INTERESTING GRASSHOPPER".
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Saddened to learn of the death of brilliant journalist -- and vibrant interview guest at CNN Hong Kong -- Michael Elliott.

#RIP
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SADDENED!
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"That's it, we now have to go."

Here's a still of CNN Turk's live broadcast showing an empty studio after alleged coup soldiers stormed the building, shutting the TV network down.

(From Ivan Watson/@IvanCNN)

(Updates: http://edition.cnn.com/2016/07/15/world/live-blog-turkey/index.html)

#Turkey
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I hope that your colleagues stay safe, but also that the coup works out and Erdogan, this plague of his country and all of Europe, is removed once and for all.
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China hacked into the FDIC for three years and U.S. officials tried to cover it up -- that's according to a new congressional report.

(The FDIC's chairman is being hauled before a congressional committee today to explain.)
The FDIC got hacked by Chinese spies, then US officials tried to cover it up. That's according to a Congressional report that was released this week.
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And China's information controls will only tighten under its new Internet czar Xu Lin: CPJ
When the new director of the Cyberspace Administration of China, Xu Lin, issued on July 3 a warning that websites not report unverified content drawn from social media without facing possible punishment, it was clear that Beijing would move quickly beyond the Lu Wei era of information control. The...
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From today's China Daily:

Red = countries that support China
Blue = support Philippines
Grey = neutral

#SouthChinaSea
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The Philippines are not even in blue and strangely thinner. It seems also that south Sudan is now part of the Red Sea. Same goes for part of the Balkans.

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Three leaders of Hong Kong's 2014 pro-democracy Occupy protests have been convicted...

And they could face jail time.
Three organizers of Hong Kong's 2014 mass protests for democracy could face time in jail after they were found guilty of taking part in an unlawful assembly on Thursday.
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"The Malaysian people never saw a penny of profit of that film." - U.S. Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell

In a massive lawsuit that reads like an international thriller, the U.S. government claims that well-connected fraudsters stole $3.5 billion from Malaysia and used it to buy New York condos, hotels, yachts and a jet. Some of that money was used to produce the Hollywood film "The Wolf of Wall Street."
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This is what Beijing, China's landlocked capital, looks like today.
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OMG ... when it rains -- it pours; obviously :-)
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Maddening. Another senseless act of all-out violence. #FranceAttack 💔

http://edition.cnn.com/2016/07/14/europe/nice-truck-attack-live-blog/index.html
A truck drove into a crowd at Bastille Day ceremonies late Thursday in Nice, France, killing a least 77 people, Regional President Christian Estrosi tweeted.
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You´re right - senseless ! / images like on a battlefield - a new form of killing - a truck as a weapon - really scary & disturbing...
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Could the #SouthChinaSea ruling actually lead to a diplomatic solution?

Citing previous legal cases, Professor Teresa Cheng of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre tells me... yes.
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