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(Reuters) - Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party's presidential nominee, on Monday said that she was not distracted by rumors of ill health and that attacks on the Clinton Foundation were not rooted in fact.
Clinton, speaking on her campaign plane, also said she continued to support a "no-fly zone" over Syria.
(Reporting by Jeff Mason, editing by G Crosse)
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