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Rousseff could go before Olympics ends

Rousseff could go before Olympics ends

Brazil's Senate could take its final vote on the impeachment of suspended President Dilma Rousseff the day before the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, a senior lawmaker says.

Mexico leader explains linking Trump with Hitler

Mexico leader explains linking Trump with Hitler

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, who has previously likened US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini, says he only drew the comparison as a reminder of the devastation wreaked in the past.

Black box data points to fire on plane

Black box data points to fire on plane Investigators have downloaded data from one of the black box flight recorders from an EgyptAir plane, bringing them closer discovering what caused the jet to crash.

 

Grayling confident of Britain-EU deal

Grayling confident of Britain-EU deal

Britain will clinch a deal to allow it wide access to EU markets after Brexit because Germany and France don't want to impose limits that could hurt their biggest industries, leading Brexit campaigner Chris Grayling believes.

Istanbul attack 'turning point' in war on terror

Istanbul attack 'turning point' in war on terror

Turkey has pointed the finger at Islamic State for a triple suicide bombing and gun attack that killed 41 people at Istanbul's main airport, and President Tayyip Erdogan called it a turning point in the global fight against terrorism.

Olympics will come and go but Zika here to stay

Olympics will come and go but Zika here to stay

Battered by a presidential impeachment and the worst recession since the Great Depression, Brazil is getting a rare bit of relief as Rio de Janeiro prepares to host the Olympics: declining numbers of Zika infections.

California to vote on legalising marijuana

California to vote on legalising marijuana

Californians are set to decide whether to make recreational marijuana use legal.

Falluja in 'desperate' need of aid - charity

Falluja in 'desperate' need of aid - charity

Civilians who fled a campaign by Iraqi forces to retake the city of Falluja are in 'desperate' need of aid with soaring temperatures, and a lack of clean water and food putting their health at risk, a charity worker in Iraq said.

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