Hillary Clinton said she’s recovering after her pneumonia diagnosis and Donald Trump said he’d release the results of a physical exam. Three Syrian men were arrested in Germany on suspicion of being sent by ISIS to launch attacks. And Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte’s first appearance on Dancing With the Stars was interrupted by protesters.
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Hillary Clinton tweeted that she’s “feeling fine and getting better” after being diagnosed with pneumonia.
The Democratic US presidential nominee said on CNN she was suffering from heat exhaustion and dehydration during a 9/11 memorial on Sunday, a condition she has experienced twice in the last five years. Asked why she didn’t simply reveal her pneumonia diagnosis to the public, Clinton said, “I just didn’t think it was going to be that big of a deal.”
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The cessation of hostilities in Syria that came into effect on Monday seemed to hold on its first day with no civilian deaths in the first 15 hours, BBC News reports. And three Syrian men have been arrested in Germany on suspicion of being sent by ISIS to carry out attacks.
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Protesters rushed Ryan Lochte during his Dancing With the Stars debut.
Security intervened after protesters burst onto the stage at the end of the Olympic swimmer’s performance. Los Angeles police later arrested two men for unlawfully entering the stage in an attempt to confront Lochte.
“I’m hurt, but you know, I came out here, I wanted to do something completely I’m not comfortable with. And I did,” Lochte said.