World - CBSNews.com 4 April 2018

U.K. says Russian demand for role in ex-spy attack probe "perverse"

Global chemical weapons watchdog meets to discuss nerve agent attack after Russia suggests UK could have done it themselves

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"Grotesque" selfies banned from Cannes festival red carpet

A top festival official stated that by banning the photographs, they "want to restore a bit of decency" to the event

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DNI Dan Coats says decision on U.S. troop withdrawal from Syria has been made

He told reporters a statement would be coming shortly. Trump told reporters Tuesday that he expected to make the decision "very quickly"

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Scientists at odds over Kenya's massive crack

A massive crack that's up to 50 feet deep suddenly opened up in the ground in Kenya's Great Rift Valley. It is already 65 feet wide in some places and growing. Debora Patta reports.

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How North Korea is trying to find a sustainable path with U.S.

Representatives from North and South Korea plan to meet Thursday to discuss their historic and upcoming summit. The White House is also moving forward with plans for President Trump to meet Kim Jong Un, but a time and place have not been announced. The New Yorker's Evan Osnos joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the upcoming summit as well as China's role in the geopolitics of the region.

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China announces tariff hike on $50B of U.S. goods

Move is direct retaliation for proposed U.S. tariff hike on Chinese goods and will fuel fears of trade dispute jeopardizing global economic recovery

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Fears over toxic waste buried in yards like "hidden treasure"

After decades of neglect, corruption and economic decay, fears that Serbia is sitting on a toxic waste time bomb

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Special counsel reportedly doesn't consider Trump a criminal target

Special counsel Robert Mueller has reportedly told President Trump's lawyers that he is not a criminal target in the Russia probe right now. But Mueller is still investigating Trump for potential obstruction of justice. Paula Reid reports.

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China threatens another $50B tariffs on U.S. goods

China announced it's ready to tax another $50 billion worth of U.S. goods in retaliation for similar tariffs on Chinese goods that the White House revealed on Tuesday. Ben Tracy reports from Beijing, where the odds of a trade war just went up dramatically.

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Trump tweets spark fear in caravan of migrants

Confused coordinators of event even told group of mostly women and children they were under threat of nuclear attack

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