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US police probe gang-rape streamed on Facebook

Teenage victim may have known her attackers, who are believed to be all minors who 'terrorised' her neighbourhood.

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Twitter: Over half a million blocked for 'terror' ties

Transparency report also says number of user-data requests by governments rose 7 percent from prior six-month period.

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Chicago sexual assault streamed live on Facebook

Forty people watch live feed showing sexual assault of 15-year-old girl in US without alerting police.

Superintendent Eddie Johnson

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Neil Gorsuch says he is no 'rubber stamp'

Neil Gorsuch responds to Democratic senators questioning whether he would be willing to hold the president accountable.

Neil Gorsuch

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Trump warns Republican lawmakers over healthcare bill

US president says lawmakers could face 'political problems' if they fail to pass bill repealing Obamacare.

Donald Trump

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FBI head James Comey confirms Russia election probe

FBI director says bureau is investigating possible ties between Donald Trump's presidential campaign and Russia.

James Comey (L) and ike Roger

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Darren Rainey's death in prison shower 'accidental'

Activists decry Florida state attorney ruling that 2012 death of schizophrenic inmate in scalding shower was accidental.

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Donald Trump meets Haider al-Abadi at White House

US president hosts the Iraqi prime minister at the White House, pledging support for Baghdad in battle against ISIL.

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Neil Gorsuch's confirmation hearing begins in Senate

Conservative judge faces days of questioning over abortion rights, judicial independence and support for corporations.

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Laptops, tablets to be banned on Middle East-US flights

Devices larger than mobile phones to be banned from carry-on luggage on flights from eight Muslim-majority countries.

airlines

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