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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.

Emergency calls reveal horror of Orlando shooting

Emergency calls reveal horror of Orlando shooting

After a gunman opened fire at a gay nightclub in Florida this month, police dispatchers fielded calls from people inside who screamed of being shot, begged for help and spoke in hushed voices of the bloody scene around them.

Mexican police, armed forces use torture - report

Mexican police, armed forces use torture - report

Mexican police and armed forces often use torture and sexual violence against women to obtain confessions during interrogations and arrests, according to a report by Amnesty International.

Corbyn loses no-confidence vote overwhelmingly

Corbyn loses no-confidence vote overwhelmingly

Britain's Brexit political crisis has deepened as lawmakers in the opposition Labour Party passed a motion of no confidence in its leader Jeremy Corbyn by an overwhelming margin, but Corbyn said he would not resign.

Deadly attack at Istanbul airport

Deadly attack at Istanbul airport

Turkish investigators are examining video footage and witness statements after three suspected Islamic State suicide bombers opened fire and blew themselves up in Istanbul's main airport, killing 36 people and wounding almost 150.

Leaders urge Britain to exit quickly, market rout halts

Leaders urge Britain to exit quickly, market rout halts

European leaders have told Britain to act quickly to resolve the political and economic chaos unleashed by its vote to leave the European Union, a move the IMF said could put pressure on global growth.

Brexit: Moves for second referendum

Brexit: Moves for second referendum

Two British lawmakers have begun moves to secure a second referendum on leaving the European Union, saying that voters must be given a chance to approve or reject the country's exit plan before formal negotiations begin.

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