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Topic - Liu
A Chinese zoo's cover was blown when a little boy noticed its ferocious "African lion" was barking.
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Senate Republicans on Tuesday filibustered one of President Obama's appellate court nominees, ending a six-year truce and reigniting one of the bitterest recurring battles on Capitol Hill.
A customer surnamed Liu wanted to show her son the different sounds animals made, when he pointed out the lion was barking.
"The zoo is absolutely cheating us," Liu told the paper.