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#Guyana president suspends national assembly

President Donald Ramotar suspended the National Assembly using an unusual constitutional procedure to avert a no-confidence vote that the opposition in the South American country likened to a coup.

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Obama backs net neutrality plan

US President Barack Obama voiced support for a new regulatory system for Internet providers aimed at avoiding a two-speed system leaving some services in an online "slow lane."

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Clashes at protest over #Mexico student deaths

Angry protesters rallying against the alleged killing of 43 Mexican students have clashed with riot police in Acapulco as authorities downplayed chances of ever identifying their remains.

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Obama signals new phase in fight against #ISIL

US President Barack Obama has said sending more US troops to Iraq signals a "new phase" in the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group. 

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Bahamas church leader 'killed' in plane crash

A prominent Bahamian Christian leader and several other members of his entourage were among nine people who have died after a small plane crashed while attempting to land in an island in the Bahamas, local media reported.

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Americans freed by North Korea arrive home

The last two Americans serving lengthy prison sentences in North Korea have arrived in the US after the Asia pacific nation freed them following a secret mission by the US intelligence chief James Clapper.

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Violent protests over #Mexico student massacre

Violent protests

Furious protesters tried to break into Mexico City's National Palace during nationwide demonstrations over the apparent massacre of 43 students that has angered the nation.

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#Mexico shocked by students' massacre

Furious protesters burned several vehicles and threw firebombs at a southern Mexican state's headquarters on Saturday after authorities indicated that gang hitmen slaughtered 43 missing students.

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US activist faces jail for feeding homeless

A 90-year-old activist in the US state of Florida faces jail term of up to 60 days for violating a new law that bans serving meals to the homeless in public places.

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Obama hosts Congress leaders after elections

Obama and Republicans

Three days after his party's stinging midterm election defeat, President Barack Obama hosted congressional leaders at
the White House, vowing to embrace policies untainted by partisanship.

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