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Elizabeth Palmer is a Canadian television journalist who reports for the United States-based CBS Evening News channel.

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Boris Johnson clashes with Parliament over Brexit

The debate over Brexit continues to heat up. Boris Johnson has vowed to take Britain out of the European Union, with or without a trade agreement. Elizabeth Palmer has the latest.
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UK lawmakers vote to seize control of the Brexit agenda

CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer joined "Red and Blue" to break down the latest no the Brexit debate, including why Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he'll call for a new general..
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The Queen's Guards try not to faint as temperatures soar

All soldiers are prone to fainting in the heat, even the U.S. Marines. It's such a problem, the British Army is funding research on how to prevent it. Elizabeth Palmer explains.
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Diplomatic outrage over Amazon rainforest fires

Wildfires raging in the Amazon rainforest have set off a diplomatic firestorm ahead of the G-7 Summit in France this weekend. The rainforest has been burning at a rate of three football fields per..
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Inside Boris Johnson's rise to becoming the next British prime minister

The next British prime minister will be Boris Johnson, who will be tasked with finding a solution to Brexit. But many people already love him or loathe him. Elizabeth Palmer explains.
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What to know about Britain's next prime minister, Boris Johnson

The former journalist turned politician is known for an off-beat brand of charisma, political opportunism, and promoting a hard Brexit. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer joins CBSN..
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Chinese workers are starting to rebel against "9-9-6" culture

Many Americans are enjoying a long holiday weekend and taking a break from their typical eight-hour work days. In China, the government officially caps workers days at eight hours a day but a so-called..
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Tiananmen Square protesters recount massacre 30 years later

The world is marking 30 years since the Tiananmen Square massacre in Beijing, when Chinese troops opened fire on pro-democracy demonstrations in 1989. Now, China has censored all mention of the..
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Visiting Tiananmen Square 30 years later

June 4 marks the 30th anniversary of the brutal crackdown on a Democratic movement in China. Hundreds, maybe thousands were killed. But, China is more interested in wiping it from history. Elizabeth..
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"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 6/2

This week's "Sunday Morning" hosted by Jane Pauley features Richard Schlesinger's cover story about the restoration of a World War II C-47 transport, to be flown as part of the 75th anniversary..
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North Korea says Kim Jong Un is keeping his military at "full combat posture"

The U.S. says the North Korea military fired thee missiles on Thursday, the second missile launch in a week. North Korea says the test was part of its regular military training. South Korea claims they..
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China vows to retaliate against tariff hike with sanctions on U.S. goods

After the Trump administration raised the tariffs on $200 billion worth of goods, China says it is prepared to take countermeasures against U.S. exports. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
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North Korea fires two suspected short-range missiles overnight

North Korea fired projectiles overnight, according to the South Korean military. The launch came just five days after the country fired several short-range projectiles that landed in the sea. South..
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North Korea fires short-range projectiles into sea, South Korea says

North Korea fired several unidentified short-range projectiles from its eastern coast, the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff said. The initial U.S. assessment is that the projectiles were short-range..
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North Korea sends a message with launch of short-range projectiles

The U.S. and South Korea are analyzing North Korea's launch of several projectiles overnight. The South Korean military says they were launched from North Korea's east coast and flew several miles..
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Japan enters a new era under Emperor Naruhito

CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from Tokyo as a new emperor takes the reins after the first imperial abdication in the country in 200 years.
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New emperor, new era in Japan as Naruhito takes the throne

CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from Tokyo as a new emperor takes the reins after the first imperial abdication in the country in 200 years.
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Japan Emperor Akihito first to step down in more than 200 years

Tuesday marks the end of one royal era in Japan and the beginning of another. Eighty-five-year-old Emperor Akihito is abdicating the throne to make way for his oldest son. It's the first time in more..
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15 killed in Sri Lanka police raid of suspected suicide bombers

New violence in Sri Lanka less than a week after suicide bombers killed more than 250 people. A series of explosions followed by a shootout between Sri Lanka's military and suspected Islamist militants..
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Surveillance footage shows attackers before deadly Sri Lanka bombing

New surveillance footage shows two of the bombers who killed hundreds in Sri Lanka. Video shows the moments before the deadly attack on Easter Sunday. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
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Immediately before Sri Lanka bombings, there were warnings

The confirmed death toll from the Sri Lanka terror attacks has now reached 359. Security camera video shows two of the suspected attackers inside a luxury hotel just before it was bombed on Easter..
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National day of mourning in Sri Lanka

The death toll in the Sri Lanka attacks on Easter Sunday has climbed to at least 321. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from Negombo with new details.
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ISIS claims responsibility for deadly Sri Lanka bombings

ISIS claimed responsibility for the deadly terror attacks in Sri Lanka that killed more than 300 people on Easter Sunday. A man with a backpack was caught on surveillance video entering a church just..
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Sri Lankan officials warned weeks ago about possible attack

Another explosion went off Monday in Sri Lanka, as police diffused a bomb that didn't go off in the Easter Sunday suicide attacks. Several other bombs went off as planned the day before, leaving at..
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New explosion in Sri Lanka's capital

Another explosion happened in Colombo, Sri Lanka, just one day after a series of bombings killed at least 290 people. The latest explosion reportedly happened in a van near a church as officials were..
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Deadly bombings hit Sri Lanka on Easter

Worshippers were in church for Easter Sunday when a series of bombs went off in Sri Lanka in a coordinated attack, according to authorities. Most of the attacks were in the capitol of Colombo and more..
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Full episode: April 21, 2019

Rep. Elijah Cummings, Sen. Mike Lee, Sen. Cory Booker, Robert Caro, Lynne Olsen, Susan Page, Evan Thomas and CBS News Senior Foreign Correspondent Elizabeth Palmer appeared on this broadcast of "Face..
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Bombings kill hundreds in Sri Lanka's capital on Easter Sunday

More than 200 people were killed in a series of coordinated bombings at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka's capital of Colombo on Easter Sunday. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer..
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Arrests following blasts in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka's defense minister said seven suspects are in custody after a series of explosions that targets churches and hotels in the capital city Colombo and elsewhere. More than 200 people have been..
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CBS News' correspondents awarded Free Expression Awards

Elizabeth Palmer, Debora Patta and Holly Williams were recipients of the fourth annual Free Expression Awards
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"A Gentleman in Moscow" and its storied Moscow hotel

The art nouveau Metropol Hotel in Moscow, which just celebrated its 110th anniversary, has welcomed countless famed guests in its day, but one of its most famous is fictional. Amor Towles' novel "A..
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Woman feels no pain due to rare gene mutation, researchers say

New research is shedding light on the genetic reasons why a woman in Scotland feels virtually no pain. Jo Cameron, 71, also experiences very little anxiety or fear, and her body appears to heal..
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CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer on lessons learned as a woman at war

Senior foreign correspondent "Liz" Palmer talks to colleague Roxana Saberi about the perils, and the perks, of covering conflicts around the world as a woman journalist
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Women of the News: Elizabeth Palmer reflects on covering war zones

As Women's History Month draws to a close, we at CBSN are speaking to some of our most experienced female reporters about their experiences. In this installment of Women of the News, senior foreign..
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Russia's campaign to spread disinformation

When Russia targeted the 2016 election, hacking emails was just one aspect. It was later revealed that thousands of fake social media posts were aimed at American voters. Elizabeth Palmer and Paula..
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How Russia is responding to the Mueller report

Multiple U.S. investigations have determined that Russia attempted to interfere with the 2016 presidential election, but Russia continues to deny it. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth..
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CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reflects on reporting on the Syrian civil war

CBS News foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer has covered the Syrian civil war from its start. In her reporter's notebook, she reflects on the cities she's traveled to and the people she spoke with.
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Bending trees into chairs

English furniture maker Gavin Munro gently and lovingly coaxes Mother Nature into shape – growing, grafting and pruning trees into chairs and other decorative pieces. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
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Iranians feel the impact of U.S. sanctions on anniversary of Islamic Revolution

Iran marked the 40th anniversary of its Islamic Revolution on Monday. The U.S. was on people's minds as Iranians feel the economic impact of U.S. sanctions. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Tehran.
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Iran marks 40 years since Islamic Revolution

Hundreds of thousands of people in Iran filled the streets Monday to mark the 40th anniversary of the country's Islamic Revolution. President Hassan Rouhani told a huge crowd in Tehran that Iran did..
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Hunger pushing members of Venezuela's military to tipping point

Venezuela's military used trucks to block humanitarian aid from entering the country, on orders from President Nicolas Maduro. Military leaders support him but one junior officer said the troops are..
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Humanitarian aid struggles to reach Venezuela as political crisis escalates

Venzuela is facing a dire humanitarian crisis as President Nicolas Maduro and U.S.-backed opposition leader Juan Guaidó vie for power. The United Nations believes more than 3 milliion refugees have..
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Misery and hardship for Venezuela citizens amid political turmoil

Venezuela's embattled president is under new pressure after more of America's European allies call for Nicolás Maduro to be replaced. At least 38 countries now support opposition leader Juan Guaidó...
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Opposition leader Juan Guaido urges supporters to continue protesting

Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaido is urging demonstrators to stay in the streets. The self-proclaimed interim president spoke to tens of thousands of supporters who are demanding Nicolas Maduro..
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Millions plan to hit the streets in Venezuela's capital

Millions of demonstrators are expected to flood the streets of Venezuela's capital Saturday. Some back President Nicolas Maduro, while others are against him. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Caracas.
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Venezuelans plan for mother of all anti-Maduro marches Saturday

The Venezuelan government claims it thwarted a plot to assassinate sitting President Nicolás Maduro, as the country's political crisis escalates. Vice President Mike Pence heads to Miami Friday where..
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Battle for power in Venezuela hinges on Maduro's military

Political pressure is growing in Venezuela where two men claim to be the country's rightful leader. The elected president, Nicolás Maduro, is trying to hold onto power. Meanwhile, President Trump is..
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Nicolas Maduro responds to protests with military show of force

Protesters in Venezuela once again demanded President Nicolas Maduro step down. But he insted had a warning for the U.S. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Caracas.
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Judge denies bail for American accused of espionage in Russia

A judge in Russia Tuesday denied bail for Paul Whelan, the American accused of espionage. In court, he was watched by a masked guard and could only speak to his lawyer through a small slot in a..
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Russia denies purported American spy Paul Whelan's bail request

A Russian judge denied bail for Paul Whelan, an American being held on spying charges. The court session was Whelan's first public appearance since he was arrested more than three weeks ago. Elizabeth..
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