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Orlando shooting: Omar Mateen's wife could be charged

Noor Salman, Omar Mateen's wife, had "some knowledge" of husband's plan to carry out massacre at gay club, reports say.

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WHO: No proof drinking coffee causes cancer

Your latte or cappuccino will not cause cancer, as long as it is not served too hot, new research says.

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Obama slams Trump's anti-Muslim rhetoric

US president responds to criticism of his administration for not using phrase 'radical Islam' as political taking point.

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Orlando attacker Omar Mateen 'frequented gay nightclub'

Multiple reports in US media say Mateen regularly visited the gay venue before Sunday's killing of 49 people.

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Trump renews call for Muslim ban after Orlando shooting

White House hopeful says he will "suspend immigration" from countries with a "proven history of terrorism".

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Orlando: Omar Mateen 'pledged loyalty to ISIL, others'

Omar Mateen, the suspect behind worst mass shooting in US history, pledged loyalty to several rival groups, says FBI.

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Mitt Romney links Donald Trump to 'trickle-down racism'

Republicans' presumptive nominee hits back at Mitt Romney who has accused him of promoting racism, bigotry and misogyny.

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Paraguay shivers in the coldest night of the year

Low temperatures maintain a relentless grip on Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and southern Brazil.

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Nicolas Maduro: 'No referendum until next year'

President says his opponents will have to wait until next year to call a referendum to oust him.

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Orlando: Vigils held after US' deadliest shooting

Forty-eight of the 49 victims identified as vigils are held across the US after shooting at gay nightclub in Orlando.

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