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High above one of the most hotly contested regions in the world, CNN's Ivan Watson was given a rare look at the Chinese government's rapidly expanding militarization of the South China Sea from a US reconnaissance plane.
Rescuers find the remains of Luca Lombardini, 31, but his fiancée and brother are still missing.
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The first lady's parents became US citizens through a process the president has vowed to end.
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