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Oklahoma puts executions on hold after botched attempts

After years of controversy over lethal injection failures, US state now plans to execute inmates with nitrogen gas.

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US and Israel to sign record military aid deal

The US will reportedly provide Israel's military with $38bn, in a 10-year deal that also involves concessions by Israel.

Netanyahu and Obama

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Brazil Congress expels ex-speaker Eduardo Cunha

Eduardo Cunha faces possible arrest after losing his congressional immunity for lying about secret Swiss bank accounts.

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Grand jury to hear evidence in Laquan McDonald shooting

Jury to probe possible cover-up in the death of the Chicago teenager, who died in 2014 after police shot him 16 times.

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Seattle struggles to deal with high homeless rate

The death of a 19-year-old man along the highway highlights the plight of the rising number of homeless in the area.

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US: Florida mosque set on fire during Eid al-Adha

US authorities urged to investigate attack on Islamic Centre of Fort Pierce during Muslim holiday as a hate crime.

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Colombia's FARC apologizes for past kidnappings

Armed group acknowledges "great pain" caused by abductions as it prepares to sign deal to end half century of conflict.

Colombia's Marxist FARC

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Few US states protecting juvenile inmates from rape

Four years after "anti-rape rule" was to take effect, it is proving difficult to adopt in crowded US jails and prisons.

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Hillary Clinton diagnosed with pneumonia

Doctor's announcement comes as presidential candidate's departure from 9/11 memorial raises questions about her health.

Hillary Clinton

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Would-be Reagan assassin John Hinckley released

Man who tried to kill US president in 1981 released from psychiatric hospital in Washington following court order.

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