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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton tackle security issues

Republican candidate and his Democratic rival Clinton outline their credentials as commander-in-chief at security forum.

Hillary Clinton

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WHO broadens Zika safe sex guidelines for travellers

Health agency updates guidance on Zika, saying both men and women should now use protection or abstain for six months.

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In Uruguay, Dhiab 'weak' from hunger strike

Abu Wael Dhiab is protesting his lack of freedom of movement having served 13 years in Gitmo without being charged.

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Flooding rains lash Mexico's Pacific coast

Heavy downpours cause floods in southwest Mexico ahead of the arrival of a strengthening tropical storm.

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UN rights chief blasts 'demagogues' Trump and Wilders

Zeid Raad al-Hussein says rhetoric of Trump and Wilders, among others, "can descend rapidly into colossal violence".

Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein

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Hermine reinvigorates to threaten US eastern seaboard

The former hurricane is expected to threaten the coast from the Carolinas to Connecticut in the coming days.

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US election 2016: Trump on charm offensive in Detroit

Republican presidential nominee says he wants to help rebuild Detroit as he pursues black voters ahead of election.

Detroit, Michigan

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US and China ratify Paris climate deal

China and US, together responsible for 40 percent of the world's CO2 emissions, urge other nations to follow suit.

CO2 emissions

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NASA: Jupiter storms like nothing we've seen before

US space agency releases pictures of first flyby of Juno probe, showing storms unlike any other in the solar system.

Jupiter

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Venezuela: Anti-Maduro protesters flood Caracas

Thousands rally at "take over of Caracas" protest to demand recall vote against President Maduro.

Caracas

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