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Anthony Sawina convicted of shooting Somali-Americans

Anthony Sawina targeted group in Minnesota as they headed to prayers, wounding two, after threatening to 'kill all'.

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Miriam Rodriguez who probed daughter's death is killed

Officials say Miriam Rodriguez was shot dead by gunman after dedicating life to finding those who have gone missing.

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Brazil ends state of emergency over Zika virus

The move follows a dramatic fall in number of victims, 18 months after a surge in cases caused a public health scare.

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US security chiefs target Russian antivirus company

Six intelligence officials express 'concern' over Moscow-based internet security firm Kaspersky Labs.

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Donald Trump and James Comey: A timeline

It's been a roller-coaster relationship that ended in the FBI chief's firing - but what exactly happened along the way?

Donald Trump and James Comey

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McCabe: Russia probe continues despite Comey's sacking

Acting FBI director tells senators inquiry will go on, says Comey was held in the highest regard at the bureau.

Andrew McCabe

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Trump contradicts earlier claims on Comey sacking

President says he planned to fire FBI boss regardless of recommendations, in contrast to previous White House accounts.

Donald Trump

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Bahamas elects Hubert Minnis as new prime minister

The opposition Free National Movement led by Hubert Minnis emerges victorious in the Bahamas general elections.

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Colombia law gives former FARC rebels role in politics

New law guarantees former guerrillas a minimum of fives seats in the senate and five in the lower house.

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Betsy DeVos booed at Bethune-Cookman University

Students turn their backs in protest as Betsy DeVos delivers commencement address at historically black university.

Betsy DeVos

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