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Zika virus vaccine 'could take three to five years'

Researchers call for new incentives for drug companies after outbreak of mosquito-borne virus spreads to 21 countries.

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British explorer dies attempting solo Antarctic trek

Henry Worsley collapsed from exhaustion only 48km from achieving his goal after an almost 1,600km journey.

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UN mission to monitor Colombia peace deal with FARC

Security Council unanimously approves unarmed mission to observe bilateral ceasefire and cessation of hostilities.

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WHO: Zika virus to spread to much of Americas

World Health Organization foresees outbreak of mosquito-borne virus throughout the Americas, prompting travel warnings.

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Haiti's anti-government protests continue for fifth day

Thousands march in Port-au-Prince after the country's presidential runoff election was put on hold indefinitely.

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No relief as massive blizzard paralyses US East Coast

Several cities, including New York and Washington DC, at a standstill as storm Jonas brings mammoth snowfall.

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Massive blizzard grinds eastern US to standstill

At least 10 people killed as storm whips up record-setting tides, causing floods and dumping large amounts of snow.

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Canada school shooting: Four people confirmed dead

Suspect in custody after opening fire at school and second location in aboriginal community of La Loche, Saskatchewan.

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US visa waiver changes decried as discrimination

Critics of new visa waiver regulations says US unfairly punishing dual nationals of Iraq, Iran, Sudan and Syria.

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Millions of Americans brace for blizzard

A rare snowstorm is expected to shut down much of northeastern US and disrupt the lives of 60m Americans.

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