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Trump and Clinton set to sweep Northeastern primaries

Democrats are competing for 384 delegates in five states, while Republicans have 172 to win.

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Trudeau condemns killing of Canadian in Philippines

The Abu Sayyaf armed group killed one of four hostages after a ransom deadline expired on Monday.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

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Tamir Rice shooting: Cleveland reaches $6m settlement

US city reaches settlement with family of Tamir Rice, 12-year-old black boy shot by white officer in November 2014.

Rice's shooting triggered large protests

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Cruz and Kasich join forces to combat Donald Trump

Ted Cruz and John Kasich announce they will coordinate state-by-state in bid to slow Trump's advance to nomination.

Ted Cruz and John Kasich

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Death toll in Ecuador earthquake passes 650

Tremors and aftershocks leave about 12,500 injured and another 58 missing while destroying 7,000 buildings.

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Solar Impulse 2 completes Pacific Ocean flight

Solar Impulse 2 lands in San Francisco following a 62-hour, nonstop solo flight without fuel.

Solar Impulse

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US torture lawsuit: CIA contractors head to court

Torture survivors sue psychologists who designed programme described as brutal, physically harmful and not effective.

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Climate change: World leaders sign Paris deal

Gathering of 175 leaders in New York marks first step towards binding countries to pledges they made to cut emissions.

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Study finds US suicide rate highest in 30 years

CDC study shows 13 people out of every 100,000 took their lives in 2014, with "white" suicides showing steepest rise.

US suicide

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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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