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Almost two dozen people have died after tornadoes ripped through the central US - we'll bring you today's forecast. Gaza officials say the Israeli military has struck an area that was meant to be a safe zone for displaced civilians, killing 45 people. We'll tell you what's expected in court this week as former President Donald Trump's hush money trial wraps up. The number of people thought to be buried under the rubble of a landslide in Papua New Guinea has now risen to up to 2,000. Plus, a soap opera actor has been shot and killed in LA. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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