Tied to Trump’s trial, Democrat candidates unable to campaign

As the timing of Donald Trump's impeachment trial clashes with the Democratic nomination race, some presidential candidates pinned to Washington are deploying relatives, high-flying supporters -- even a dog -- as surrogates for critical 11th-hour campaigning in early-voting states.

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Putin and Imran Khan: Speaking with one voice on Afghanistan?

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Pakistan's PM Imran Khan spoke with one voice on Afghanistan during the 20th SCO summit in Dushanbe, Tajikistan demanding International community to engage with Taliban.