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Starbucks closes thousands of stores for racial bias training

Major coffee chain trains 175,000 employees but critics question whether such an exercise will tackle underlying issues.

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Study: Hurricane Maria killed more than 4,600 in Puerto Rico

A third of the storm-related deaths on the island was caused by issues over access to healthcare, researchers say.

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Canada to buy controversial Trans Mountain pipeline

Environmentalists vow to continue fighting after Trudeau government approves the purchase of the 1,000km project.

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Paraguay's President Horacio Cortes offers resignation

Cartes presents his resignation to Congress so that he can legally take office as a senator on July 1.

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EU prepares to hit Venezuela with new sanctions

Bloc agrees to 'swiftly' adopt new sanctions against Venezuelan officials following vote which 'lacked credibility'.

Nicolas Maduro

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Colombia elections: Ivan Duque and Gustavo Petro go to runoff

Right-winger Ivan Duque and leftist Gustavo Petro to contest second round of voting on June 17.

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Maryland slammed by raging flash floods

Cars swept away in Ellicott City as violent thunderstorms batter the eastern US state.

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#WhereAreTheChildren: Anger grows over US border policy

Trump blames his own policy of separating children at the US-Mexico border on Democrats.

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US Gulf Coast braces for first named storm of the season

Fears of flooding grip area as Subtropical Storm Alberto intensifies and heads north towards mainland.

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Nicaragua protests: Thousands renew calls for Ortega to resign

At least eight killed over last 24 hours, as death toll since protests began last month climbs to 83, activists say.

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