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Malcolm X: From Nation of Islam to Black Power Movement

Civil rights leader Malcolm X was assassinated in New York on February 21, 1965. This is his story.

Malcolm X

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Canada's PM Trudeau denies support for Sikh separatists

In a meeting with an outspoken minister for Punjab state, Justin Trudeau says Canada supports 'a united India'.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

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Trump orders ban on gun 'bump stock' devices

The modification allows semi-automatic weapons to fire like automatic weapons and was used by a gunman who killed 58 Las Vegas concert-goers last year.

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Oxfam: 26 new sexual misconduct claims in last 11 days

British charity has received more than two dozen new sexual misconduct allegations since the Haiti scandal broke out.

Mark Goldring

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Oxfam apologises to Haiti over sex abuse allegations

Oxfam issues its first direct apology to Haiti over prostitution scandal that has shaken the charity.

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US protesters rally outside White House for gun control

Rally outside the White House comes amid a growing protest movement calling for stricter gun control laws in the US.

White House on Monday

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Donald Trump criticises FBI over Florida shooting

FBI spending too much time on Russia investigation instead of preventing Florida school shooting, US president says.

Florida shooting

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US: School shooting survivors demand stricter gun laws

Hundreds of people rally in Florida for stricter gun control laws in the aftermath of a deadly school shooting.

Fort Lauderdale rally

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Mexico: Minister helicopter's crash kills 13 on ground

At least 13 people die, including three children, when a minister's helicopter crash-landed on way to quake epicentre.

helicopter's crash

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US charges 13 Russians, 3 firms with election meddling

Thirteen Russians charged with 'conspiracy to defraud the United States', Special Counsel Robert Mueller says.

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