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Another week in Trump-land

From internal party warfare to the country's opioid crisis, looking back at the US president's week.

Donald Trump

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Trump declares opioid crisis a public health emergency

Trump stops short of calling epidemic 'national emergency', which critics argue is 'insufficient' response to crisis.

drugs

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JFK: Trump releases 2,800 assassination documents

Hundreds of documents remain secret, however, relating to the 1963 killing of the American President John F Kennedy.

Kennedy's assassination

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Brazil's Michel Temer survives corruption charges vote

Opposition lawmakers could not secure enough votes to suspend the president and bring him to trial.

Michel Temer

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NAACP warns black passengers who fly American Airlines

Rights group issues travel advisory over 'troublesome conduct' by airline staff directed at African Americans.

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Rights groups decry Trump's tougher vetting of refugees

Stricter screening of refugees from 11 unnamed countries could see delays and vulnerable people face blanket suspicion.

refugees

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US refugee ban ends, but 'enhanced vetting' implemented

Trump instructs agencies to resume refugee programme, but delays processing for refugees from 11 'high-risk' countries.

US refugee ban

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Jimmy Carter says I would go to North Korea: NYT

Carter worries that if Kim thinks Trump will act against him, he could do something pre-emptive, the Times reported.

Bikini Atoll

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Poet Pablo Neruda pens a verse from the grave

Forensics experts conclude the Nobel laureate did not die from cancer, casting suspicion on the Pinochet regime.

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US city links hurricane relief to support for Israel

In Dickinson, Texas, residents must sign a pledge not to boycott Israel in order to obtain hurricane relief funds.

Dickinson

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Officials say one man is in custody and three people suffered minor injuries after an explosion in central Manhattan.

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