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Record floods hit US state of Texas again

Flash flood warnings are issued as rain hits I-30 in West Fort Worth, Texas.

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US issues travel warning over Europe summer attacks

The State Department says targets could include tourist sites, restaurants, commercial centres and transportation.

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Brazil's Fabiano Silveira quits over corruption probe

Transparency chief Fabiano Silveira resigns over leaked recording related to corruption probe at state oil company.

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Gorilla killing in US zoo to save boy sparks outrage

Cincinnati Zoo defends decision to shoot dead gorilla to protect toddler who had fallen into its enclosure.

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Mexico footballer Alan Pulido rescued after kidnapping

Pulido, a striker for Olympiakos in Greece, was kidnapped on Sunday from his home town in Tamaulipas, Mexico.

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US election: Libertarians choose candidate Gary Johnson

Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson hopes unfavourability of Clinton and Trump will boost his third party bid.

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Venezuelan government 'holds talks' with opposition

Ex-world leaders hold secret talks with opposition leaders and government officials to defuse the political standoff.

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Operation Condor: Reynaldo Bignone found guilty

Former general and 14 others jailed for their role in Operation Condor, a unit set up to kill South American dissidents.

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Zika virus: WHO rejects call to move Rio Olympics

Public health agency says cancelling or moving the Olympic Games will "not significantly alter the spread of the virus".

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Dr Heimlich does the Heimlich after hamburger choking

96-year-old doctor says he has demonstrated the technique many times, but had never before used it on a choking person.

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