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The USS John S. McCain is seen docked at Changi naval base after its accident Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 in Singapore. The USS John S. McCain was docked at Singapore's naval base with "significant damage" to its hull after an early morning collision with the oil tanker Alnic MC as vessels from several nations searched Monday for missing U.S. sailors. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)
Navy ship in collision named for McCain's dad, grandfatherThe U.S. Navy ship damaged in a collision in the Pacific has a familiar name, but it isn't called the USS John S. McCain for the Arizona senator.
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The USS John S. McCain is seen docked at Changi naval base after its accident Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 in Singapore. The USS John S. McCain was docked at Singapore's naval base with "significant damage" to its hull after an early morning collision with the oil tanker Alnic MC as vessels from several nations searched Monday for missing U.S. sailors. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)
Search underway for missing sailors; Navy chief orders probeSearch underway for missing sailors; U.S. Navy orders broad review of the performance and readiness of the Pacific-based 7th Fleet, after two major ship collisions in past few months
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AP Explains: How ban on dual-citizen lawmakers vexes AussiesA 116-year-old constitutional ban on dual citizens sitting in Parliament is a problem Australia didn't know it had until recently, but now it may struggle to fix it
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An American flag is flown off the stern of The USS John S. McCain docked at Changi naval base after its accident Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 in Singapore. The USS John S. McCain was docked at Singapore's naval base with "significant damage" to its hull (blocked by berth) after an early morning collision with the oil tanker Alnic MC as vessels from several nations searched Monday for missing U.S. sailors. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)
The Latest: Divers assessing damage on USS John S. McCainThe U.S. Navy says divers are assessing the damage to the hull of the USS John S. McCain after a collision ripped a gaping hole in the ship's side near the waterline
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The Latest: Officials focused on safety of missing AfghansA state prison official says three Afghan prison employees who went missing over the weekend from a Colorado training facility weren't believed to pose a threat
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3 Afghan prison workers missing during training in ColoradoA Colorado prison officials says three Afghan prison employees who went missing over the weekend from a Colorado training facility are not believed to pose a threat
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FILE - In this April 26, 2004 file photo, a local fisherman watches a dugong at Yomitanson on the island of Okinawa, Japan. A federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, that seeks to block construction of a U.S. military base in Okinawa, Japan. The suit by the Center for Biological Diversity argues that U.S. officials failed to adequately consider the base's effects on the Okinawa dugong, an endangered marine mammal that resembles a manatee. (Ryukyu Shimpo,Kyodo News via AP, File)
Appeals court revives suit over US military base in JapanA federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit that seeks to block construction of a U.S. military base in Okinawa, Japan
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Guam official says the island is calm despite NKorea threatThe lieutenant governor of Guam has reassured Japanese that the U.S. territory is calm amid the recent tension between the U.S. and North Korea
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Turkmenistan creates its 1st animal shelter ahead of gamesThe Central Asian country of Turkmenistan has moved to officially establish its first animal shelter as it prepares to host a major international athletic competition next month
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Editor says Cambridge University Press to restore articlesThe editor of "The China Quarterly" says Cambridge University Press has agreed to restore more than 300 politically sensitive articles removed from its website in China at the behest of authorities
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Cambodian newspapers faces closure over tax demandOne of Cambodia's two English-language daily newspapers says it will continue to publish in the face of a reported deadline by tax officials to pay more than $6 million in taxes or get shut down
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Hong Kong leader denies interference in court's decisionHong Kong's leader has denied there was any political interference in a court's decision to send three young protest leaders to jail
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Appeal filed for 2 convicted of killing British backpackersTwo migrant workers from Myanmar who were convicted two years ago of murdering two British backpackers on a resort island in Thailand have submitted a final appeal of their death sentences
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Pakistan claims success against militants near Afghan borderPakistan's military has announced success in a month-long operation against militants in a troubled northwestern tribal region bordering Afghanistan
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Abu Sayyaf militants kill 9, wound 16 in Philippine villagePhilippine officials say Abu Sayyaf militant gunmen have killed nine people and wounded 16 others in a dawn attack in a remote village in the country's restive south
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