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WHO: 90 percent of world's population breathe dirty air

UN body's new report blames air pollution for global "health emergency" killing millions per year.

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Colombia and FARC sign historic pact ending 52-year war

Accord brings an end to Latin America's longest-running conflict, which has killed hundreds of thousands of people.

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US election 2016: Clinton, Trump clash in first debate

US presidential candidates face-off over race, economy and foreign policy in first TV showdown ahead of November's vote.

Clinton, Trump

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Memorial confronts US South's history of lynching

As controversy over black American killings intensifies, group to revisit racism's roots through "terror lynching".

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Clinton and Trump face off in first presidential debate

Clinton says Trump has "long history of engaging in racist behaviour" as candidates clash over America's racial divide.

Clinton and Trump

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Missing Mexico students: Case unresolved two years on

Thousands gather in Mexico City to mark two years since 43 students disappeared on their way to a protest in Iguala.

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Trump pledges to recognise Jerusalem as Israeli capital

Republican candidate acknowledges he will accept the divided city as Israel's capital if elected president.

Donald Trump

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Colombia and FARC prepare to sign historic pact

Ceremony in Cartagena aimed at ending five decades of war that has left 220,000 dead and eight million displaced.

Cartagena

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Charlotte police release video of Keith Scott shooting

Bodycam and dashboard footage does not show whether black man killed by US police was holding a gun.

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US: First African American museum opens its doors

President Barack Obama officially opens first museum dedicated exclusively to African American history and culture.

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