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Chileans evacuated after volcanic mudflows

Thousands urged to move after mudflows of volcanic debris detected in river close to Calbuco which erupted on Wednesday.

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Statue of Liberty evacuated after bomb threat

Hundreds of tourists forced to leave New York island after anonymous caller threatened to blow up colossal monument.

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Mexican girl forcibly sent to US returns home

Ordeal ends for Alondra Luna Nunez, who had been forcibly sent to live with a Texas woman who claimed to be her mother.

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#Chile braces for potential third volcano eruption

Authorities say danger level remains high a day after Calbuco erupted twice within hours, forcing thousands to evacuate.

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Loretta Lynch confirmed as US attorney general

Senate confirms 55-year-old in 56-43 vote, making her the first black woman to hold country's top law enforcement post.

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Obama regrets deaths of two hostages in US drone strike

American and Italian hostages accidentally killed in January strike targeting al-Qaeda base on Afghan-Pakistan border.

Obama

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Petraeus in US court for sentencing over leaked secrets

Former CIA director and retired general appears in North Carolina court for leaking military documents to mistress.

David Petraeus

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Thousands evacuated as #Chile volcano erupts

State of emergency declared in southern region after Calbuco volcano, dormant for decades, spews ash and smoke.

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Drowning in a cacophony of content as #YouTube turns 10

Revolutionary video-sharing site marks a decade of life, but some question whether it has bettered humanity.

Benny Fine

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US judge allows 'Muslims killing Jews' ads on buses

New York judge says ads are protected speech and similar campaigns have run in other cities without inciting violence.

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