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Alicia Diaz Gonzalez: Fifth Mexican journalist killed in 2018

Alicia Diaz Gonzalez was found dead at her home in Monterrey, having apparently been severely beaten.

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Harvey Weinstein charged with rape, sex abuse and other crimes

New York police say charges relate to allegations made by two women in a sex abuse probe involving the movie producer.

Harvey Weinstein

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US President Donald Trump's letter to North Korea's Kim Jong-un

Full text of Trump's letter cancelling a planned summit for June 12 in Singapore.

Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un

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Judge: US withheld evidence that may have cleared J20 defendants

A judge said that the US government hid potentially 'exculpatory' evidence in trial stemming from anti-Trump protest.

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US court bars Donald Trump from blocking users on Twitter

President Trump cannot block users from viewing his profile on Twitter as it violates free speech rights, says court.

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American in China injured in 'sonic attack' similar to Cuba

US says embassy worker's brain injury in China appears similar to those sustained by diplomats in Cuba 'sonic attacks'.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

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Pompeo: 'Bad deal' with North Korea 'not an option' for US

Secretary of state says US has no intention of making concessions to North Korea amid reports of differences.

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Central Americans are fleeing violence in higher numbers: UNHCR

UN agency expresses concern over the increase in number of people fleeing violence and persecution in Central America.

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US lawyer Aaron Schlossberg apologises for viral racist rant

Schlossberg was filmed chastising Spanish-speaking restaurant workers and accusing them of 'living off welfare'.

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Nicholas Maduro expels US envoy amid new sanctions

Nicholas Maduro expels top US diplomat after Washington imposes new sanctions over disputed presidential election.

Nicholas Maduro

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UN body says imprisoned former president cannot be disqualified from poll because his legal appeals are still ongoing.

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