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US Dreamers 'see more opportunity' in return to Mexico

Mexico is preparing to welcome back the Dreamers, thousands of young people who were brought to the United States as children and are undocumented.

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Donald Trump threatens cutting off aid to Palestinians

Trump, whose move to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital prompted global condemnation, suggests cutting aid to PA.

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Peru: Dozens die as bus plunges 100 metres off cliff

At least 48 people die in Peru when their bus tumbles down a cliff after being struck by a truck.

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Petrobras to pay nearly $3bn to settle US lawsuit

Brazilian oil company agrees to settle US lawsuits over ongoing corruption scandal.

Petrobras

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US will do 'anything we can' to limit civilian deaths

US vows to work with Saudi-led coalition to limit civilian casualties, after more than 100 deaths in the last 10 days.

Defence Secretary James Mattis

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Guatemala says Jerusalem embassy move is final

Controversial decision to relocate the country's embassy in Israel to Jerusalem follows in US footsteps.

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US civil rights activist Erica Garner dies at 27

Activist and writer Erica Garner, the daughter of a New York man who died at the hands of police, died on Saturday.

Erica Garner

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Support grows for brain-damaged activist Erica Garner

Artists, politicians and groups send messages of hope to anti-police brutality campaigner and daughter of Eric Garner.

Erica Garner

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Apple apologises over slowed iPhones

US technology company apologises over its handling of the battery issue and says it will make a number of changes.

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Donald Trump rejects accusations of Russia collusion

US president says there were no ties between his campaign and Moscow, despite charges against several of his aides.

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On the anniversary of Donald Trump's inauguration, organisers hope to encourage women to get more involved in politics.

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