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Wisconsin starts US presidential election recount

Recount requested by Green Party candidate Stein in state where Trump beat Clinton by less than one percentage point.

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Monkey study raises hope for 'functional' HIV cure

Surprise discovery of drugs for intestinal disorders suppressing HIV virus in monkeys spawns optimism for treatment.

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Letter threatening genocide sent to several US mosques

The FBI is not investigating letters sent to mosques in six more states promising to "cleanse" America of Muslims.

CAIR

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Tornadoes leave five dead in southeastern US

Many more have been injured as storms rip through the southeastern part of the United States.

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Colombia's congress approves revised deal with FARC

FARC accord finally approved after referendum rejection, bringing country one step closer to ending a 50-year-old war.

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Colombia plane ran out of fuel, pilot said before crash

Electrical failure and lack of fuel resulted in plane crash, according to recording of pilot's final communication.

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Hundreds of US veterans to shield Dakota protesters

Protest organisers say group of veterans plan to stand between police and Native Americans against pipeline project.

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Fidel Castro's ashes begin journey across Cuba

Remains of the late Cuban leader will travel more than 800-km, retracing in reverse Castro's revolutionary tour.

The caravan from Havana

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North Dakota to block supplies for pipeline protesters

Rather than implementing a physical road block, officials will fine anyone providing basic supplies to protest camps.

Oceti Sakowin camp

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Romney, potential US secretary of state, praises Trump

Mitt Romney, who once called Trump a "phony", now believes president-elect can lead country to a "better future".

Mitt Romney

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