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No death penalty for #Colorado theatre massacre gunman

Jury fails to agree on capital punishment, meaning James Holmes will serve life in prison without parole for 12 murders.

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US finds 'Soviet Taliban' fighter guilty of terrorism

Irek Hamidullin, an ex-Soviet army officer, found guilty in US court of terrorism charges over attack in Afghanistan.

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Fourth Brazilian journalist killed since start of year

Host Gleydson Carvalho shot and killed by two armed men in his studio at Radio Liberdade in northeastern state of Ceara.

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Ex-Chile spy chief dies while serving 500-year sentence

Manuel Contreras, reviled for his role in kidnapping and killing thousands during General Pinochet's rule, dies aged 86.

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Boos for Trump in first Republican presidential debate

US property mogul says he will not rule out running independently, as conservative contenders line up for first debate.

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Arrest made over Mexican photojournalist's murder

Man detained over murder of Ruben Espinosa and four other people who were tortured and killed in Mexico City last week.

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Obama: Abandoning Iran nuclear deal could mean war

US president defends historic nuclear agreement after Israel attempts to mobilise the US Congress to thwart it.

Barack Obama

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Californian wildfires threaten thousands of homes

Firefighters say fires that forced evacuation of many homes are destroying land at "unprecedented speed".

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US lawsuits filed over handcuffing of disabled children

Officer allegedly used "excessive force" when handcuffing two children for misbehaving in Kentucky school.

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#Peru rescues group seized by Shining Path decades ago

Security forces rescue 54 adults and children, mostly members of the Ashaninka indigenous group, from jungle region.

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