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Thousands of Venezuelans pour into Colombia to buy food

Tens of thousands cross into Colombia after border opens briefly for the first time in nearly a year.

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UN top job hopefuls to hold live debate for first time

The first internationally televised live debate between UN secretary general candidates begins July 12 at 18:00 EST.

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'Black Lives Matter': Thousands protest in US cities

Several protesters arrested at rallies for disruption as week US President Obama deemed "very tough" draws to close.

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UAE, Bahrain warn citizens heading to US amid protests

Middle East countries tell citizens to be careful around demonstrations following recent police shootings of black men.

Washington

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Facebook to add end-to-end encryption to Messenger app

Facebook's "Messenger" app will be latest in string of apps provided with encrypted services.

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After Dallas, protests against police violence resume

Following police killings of black men, protests resume after officers at Dallas rally were killed in 'revenge' attack.

Phoenix, Arizona

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US State Department reopens probe into Clinton emails

Department of Justice had decided not to pursue charges of mishandling classified material.

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Dallas attack: US army vet identified as killed suspect

The suspect in an attack that left five officers dead was killed by police with a robot bomb.

Dallas Police

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Dallas killings: Police shot dead by snipers at protest

At least five officers shot dead as protest over police killings of black men drew to close, police say.

Dallas protest

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Second US police shooting in two days sparks outrage

The incident came a day after police shot dead Alton Sterling in Louisiana.

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