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Rome metro dig unearths 1,800-year-old ruins

The charred remains of a lavish third-century home are the most recent discovery found during the construction of Rome's new metro line.
Thirty-three feet underground, at the bottom of a concrete-lined pit, archeologist Gilberto Pagani patiently scrapes dirt from a charred beam of wood that has laid undisturbed for around 1800 years.
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Princess Diana's family to rededicate her burial site

The family of Princess Diana is preparing for a new tribute on what would have been her 56th birthday. Her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, have recently spoken publicly about the impact of their loss. On Saturday the family will re-dedicate her burial site, nearly 20 years after her death. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

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How U.S. and S. Korea differ on approaches to N. Korea

President Trump welcomed South Korean President Moon Jae-in to the White House Thursday night. They're meeting to work on a joint policy to deal with the nuclear threat from North Korea. Eurasia Group founder and president Ian Bremmer joins "CBS This Morning" to provide context for the meeting and discuss the leaders' differing approaches. Bremmer also addresses President Trump's upcoming meeting with Russia's President Putin at the G20 summit in Germany.

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