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• The combined Korean women’s hockey team celebrated scoring against Korea’s colonial ruler, Japan, at the Winter Olympics on Feb. 14. Japan went on to win the matchup 4-1.

• Benjamin Netanyahu remained defiant after police recommended he be charged with bribery and fraud.

The Israeli prime minister denies wrongdoing, and members of his Likud Party called for him to remain in office while the attorney general decides whether to pursue a

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