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Nicaragua unrest: '10-year-old killed' as death toll tops 280

Rights group says young girl was among the 10 killed after pro-government forces launched operation in country's south.

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Trump-Putin summit kicks off in Helsinki

The two leaders begin closed-door talks in a much-anticipated summit held in the Finnish capital Helsinki.

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Students freed after standoff at Nicaragua church leaves two dead

Students walk out of besieged church on Saturday after being trapped inside by gunfire for more than 16 hours.

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Protests erupt in Chicago after man fatally shot by police

Protesters demand answers after violent confrontations between police and demonstrators lead to four arrests.

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Haiti PM Jack Guy Lafontant resigns after days of protests

Embattled prime minister steps down following days of violent protests sparked by a botched bid to raise fuel prices.

Haiti PM Jack Guy Lafontant

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Trump ambassador lobbied UK over jailed Tommy Robinson: report

Robinson is a founder of the far-right English Defense League, which has organised protests against Muslim immigrants.

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Nicaragua unrest: Student protester livestreams attack

At least two dead and several others injured as months of anti-government protests continue in Central American country.

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US indicts 12 Russian spies on 2016 election meddling charges

Charges are part of special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Moscow's alleged interference in US presidential vote.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein

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Nicaragua unrest death toll rises before new protests

The toll from a crackdown on anti-government protests has risen to 264, as activists plan new rallies.

Nicaragua unrest

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Trump pardons ranchers whose case led to 41-day standoff with FBI

Dwight Hammond and his son, Steven, were convicted in 2012 for setting fires that spread to government lands.

Hammond

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