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US: Antibiotic-resistant superbug found for first time

E. coli bacteria strain found in country for the first time as experts warn more cases should be expected in the future.

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Donald Trump's world views make world 'less safe': Poll

Survey in six US-allied countries show 78 percent of all respondents "dislike" or "hate" the Republican candidate.

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Donald Trump 'secures enough delegates' for nomination

The AP news agency's delegate count suggests the Republican presidential hopeful already gained 1,238 votes.

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Tornadoes smash through the US Great Plains

Violent thunderstorms sweep through "Tornado Alley" leaving one person dead and two critically injured.

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Official inquiry faults Clinton for private email use

Audit says Hillary Clinton subjected official information to cyber security risks by ignoring state department policies.

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US: Prosecutors seek death penalty against Dylann Roof

Dylann Roof, accused of killing nine African Americans in Charleston last year, indicted in state and federal courts.

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Brazil minister Romero Juca quits over leaked call

Leaked recordings show planning minister discussing using Dilma Rousseff's impeachment to derail corruption probe.

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US court acquits police officer in Freddie Gray case

Edward Nero cleared for death of Gray, an African American, who sustained fatal injuries while in police custody.

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CIA mocked for 'live tweeting' Bin Laden killing

US spy agency marks fifth anniversary of al-Qaeda chief's assassination by posting timeline of operation on Twitter.

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US Secret Service shoots armed man outside White House

Agent says man approached a White House checkpoint with a firearm and refused to drop it, prompting the shooting.

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