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US soldier who killed Iraqi man free to go home

Marine Corps officer sentenced to seven years already served after being found guilty in retrial of 2006 killing.

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#Charleston church shooting suspect charged

Dylann Roof ordered to remain in custody on nine murder charges while families of victims say they have forgiven him.

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More global temperature records tumble

Year 2015 is on course to be the warmest since records began 135 years ago.

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South Carolina 'hate crime' shooting suspect in custody

Police say a white gunman killed at least nine people at historic African-American church in city of Charleston.

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Bill brings torrential rain to southern US

A tropical storm has made landfall in Texas, and threatens a swathe of the South with severe flooding.

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US civil rights activist quits after race dispute

Resignation of US rights advocate Rachel Dolezal comes week after parents said she is a white woman posing as black.

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Jeb Bush launches 2016 US presidential campaign

The son and brother of two former presidents launches campaign highlighting his own successes.

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UN releases report on sex abuse by peacekeepers

Study found that troops commonly paid for sex with cash, dresses, jewellery, perfume, and mobile phones.

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Catholic officials quit amid US paedophilia scandal

Prosecutors have charged the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis with ignoring reports of abuse.

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Colombian army 'kills' Marxist rebel commander

Jose Amin Hernandez from country's second-largest guerrilla group, ELN, killed in province of Antioquia, army says.

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