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Climate change: World leaders to ratify Paris deal

Gathering in New York marks first step towards binding countries to pledges they made to cut greenhouse-gas emissions.

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Hacker Hamza Bendelladj sentenced to 15 years

Hamza Bendelladj and Russian co-defendant sentenced for using computer virus to steal millions of dollars.

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New York suit launched after 125,000 denied vote right

US advocacy group sues state's board of elections over systematic electoral irregularities in Democratic primary.

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Venezuela to begin electricity rationing

Supply to be turned off for four hours a day for 40 days in 10 states in latest move to alleviate severe power shortage.

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Pop icon Prince dies aged 57

Fans mourn one of the most influential but elusive figures in music, found dead at his Minnesota home.

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600 Africans stranded after traveling to Costa Rica

Government warns of a possible looming crisis as it blocks hundreds of people from moving forward en route to US.

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Deadly explosion hits Mexico oil plant

At least three killed and over 100 others injured in blast at state-run petrochemical plant in southern Veracruz state.

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US Supreme Court: Iran funds for Beirut blast victims

Almost $2bn in frozen Iranian assets to be given to families of victims of 1983 Beirut bombing, Supreme Court rules.

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A frail Fidel Castro bids farewell in 'last speech'

Ex-Cuban leader speaks of death in farewell speech to Communist Party congress and calls for preserving party ideals.

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March becomes warmest month ever recorded

US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says temperature in the month was 1.22C above 20th century average.

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