Good Morning, it’s Tuesday, 20 June 2017 and this is the Morning Edition of The Nightshift, the world’s overnight news feed.
The American student who was imprisoned in North Korea while on an educational trip, Otto Warmbier, has died without remaining consciousness after being returned to the United States. He was in a coma when he left North Korea.
Russian has warned the U.S. about possible targeting of American warplanes after the U.S. shot down a Syrian plane in an encounter last week. The Russians also suspended the “hotline” designed to prevent confrontations between the two world superpowers in the war zone.
All eyes in America are on the Georgia representative’s race that pits a newcomer, Democrat Jon Ossof against Republican Karen Handel, a longtime professional political operative.
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