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Freed US soldier Bergdahl arrives in US

Bergdahl arrived in San Antonio on Friday and has made his way to the Brooke Army Medical Centre after spending two weeks recovering in Langstuhl, Germany.

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US indicts Romanian hacker 'Guccifer'

A Romanian hacker has been indicted in Virginia on charges that he posted data stolen from email and social media accounts of US celebrities and politicians.

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Obama: #Iraq has to solve its own problems

ObamaPresident Barack Obama has said that the United States will not be sending its troops back to Iraq, but is reviewing other options to assist the Iraqi government threatened by an advancing armed group.

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Rio airport workers strike ahead of World Cup

Ground staff at Rio de Janeiro's airports plan to stage a 24-hour partial strike on Thursday, the day Brazil hosts the opening match of the football World Cup.

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Cantor defeated in Republican primary upset

Eric Cantor, the majority leader in the US House of Representatives, has lost his Virginia seat to a Tea Party challenger in a Republican primary upset.

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Tear gas, water cannon fired in #Chile protest

Violence has broken out in the streets of Santiago, with riot police clashing with tens of thousands of student protesters seeking to put pressure on President Michelle Bachelet to reform Chile's education system.

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Student and gunman dead in US school shooting

A gunman has fatally shot a student at a high school near the US city of Portland, Oregon police say.

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Argentina's vice president denies wrongdoing

Argentina's vice president has clarified every point of a criminal corruption investigation, denying any wrongdoing and claiming he was a victim of a negative media campaign.

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Subway strikers clash with Sao Paulo police

A Brazilian court has ordered the worker's union to pay a hefty fine for each day of the strike [AFP]Brazil's police have clashed in Sao Paulo with striking subway workers who are continuing to stay away from work despite a court declaring their strike to be illegal.

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Court rules Sao Paulo subway strike 'illegal'

A Brazilian court has ruled that a subway strike that has caused traffic mayhem in Sao Paulo, raising fears of transport chaos at this week's World Cup kick-off, is illegal.

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