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Venezuela: 17 killed in Caracas club stampede

Tear gas device detonated as middle school graduation party descends into a brawl and sets off a stampede.

Los Cotorros club

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Nicaragua's Ortega and civic groups agree to halt deadly violence

Talks to end weeks of violence set to continue on Saturday after nearly two months of protests have left 170 dead.

Nicaragua

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US separates 2,000 children from families at Mexico border

US officials say 1,995 minors separated from parents or legal guardians over six weeks under sharply criticised policy.

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US judge revokes bail for ex-Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort

A federal judge sends Paul Manafort to jail pending trial after he was accused of attempting to tamper with witnesses.

Paul Manafort

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Comey 'insubordinate,' not biased in Clinton probe: watchdog

Comey criticised for violating policies during Clinton email probe, but report finds he wasn't politically motivated.

Former FBI director James Comey

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White House cites Bible to defend child separation border policy

Sarah Sanders slammed for saying US-Mexico border policy was justified because it's 'biblical to enforce the law'.

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New York sues Trump for 'illegal conduct' at family charity

Lawsuit alleges charity money was used by Trump to further his 2016 election campaign and settle lawsuits.

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Nicaraguans go on strike to protest Ortega's grip on power

The streets of Managua are deserted as residents observe a national strike called by opponents of the government.

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Argentina congress approves abortion bill

After an all-night debate,129 members of the chamber of deputies voted in favour and 125 against.

Pro-choice demonstrators

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UK charity Oxfam permanently banned from Haiti

The NGO is declared persona non grata for "violating Haitian legislation and breaching the principle of human dignity."

UK charity Oxfam

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