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White House to seek $1.8bn to combat Zika

Funds to go to expanding mosquito-control programmes, speeding up vaccine research and helping affected countries.

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Canada to end ISIL air strikes within weeks

Ottawa to pull jets from Syria and Iraq but instead will triple number of special forces training Iraqi Kurdish forces.

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New Hampshire kicks off first US election primary vote

Kasich and Sanders take lead in small opening primary poll of US presidential race seen as a bellwether.

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Haiti forms interim government as president steps down

Haitian politicians agree to form transitional government to fill power vacuum as President Michel Martelly steps down.

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More than 3,100 pregnant Colombian women have Zika

More than 25,000 people are infected in Colombia, President Santos says, among them 3,177 are pregnant.

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Rubio and Cruz take fire at US Republican debate

Republican rivals question Marco Rubio's readiness to be president in televised debate ahead of New Hampshire primary.

Bush, left, was seen as a political mentor to Rubio

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US military releases small batch of abuse case photos

Pentagon releases 198 images after freedom of information lawsuit filed by American Civil Liberties Union.

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Another blast of winter visits the US Northeast

Heavy snow lives up to its name in New England, bringing down power lines and trees.

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Twitter freezes 125,000 accounts for 'terror content'

Move comes after governments urge social networks to eliminate activity aimed at recruiting and planning violent acts.

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Colombia reports three suspected Zika-linked deaths

Health official says those who died are believed to have developed rare nerve disorder after contracting the virus.

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