World - CBSNews.com 2 April 2018

Kremlin insists billionaire's arrest part of anti-corruption fight

Putin's spokesman says Ziyavudin Magomedov is a "criminal," and dismisses speculation the gov't just wants to steal his business

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Syria's Assad poised for another huge symbolic victory

Biggest rebel group in eastern Ghouta suburbs of Damascus begins surrendering after brutal Russian-backed offensive

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Japan's Shinzo Abe to visit Mar-a-Lago to discuss North Korea with Trump

Abe said he will travel to the U.S. from April 17 to 20 and hold two days of talks with Mr. Trump to discuss North Korea and bilateral issues

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Cops search for baby-snatching monkey in India

Monkeys are a regular menace in eastern India, but officer says "this is the first case in which one has run away with a baby"

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India clamps down on disputed territory after deadly clashes

Armed police and troops in riot gear fan out across Kashmir after 20 people, including civilians, killed in fierce fighting

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China strikes back with $3B tariffs on U.S. products

China imposed significant tariffs overnight on more than 100 imported American goods. The move is in retaliation for the Trump administration's new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. Ben Tracy reports.

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Death toll rises, Israel rejects calls for probe into Gaza violence

Israel says "troops deserve a commendation" after 18 Palestinians killed in border clashes, sparking calls for international investigation

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Image shows space station burning up as it re-enters Earth's atmosphere

China's defunct space station re-entered the Earth's atmosphere after 8 p.m. ET Sunday, mostly burning up over the central South Pacific

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China imposes new tariffs on U.S. imports in retaliation

China will be rolling out new tariffs on U.S. meat, fruit and other products starting Monday

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