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  • Global National: Dec. 22, 2020 | Calls to tighten borders amid fears of new COVID-19 strain
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  • Slain journalist Khashoggi’s fiancée calls for sanctions against Saudi crown prince
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  • Live: NBC News NOW – January 6
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  • Commander 7th Fleet Receive the Vaccine for COVID-19
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