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#Nicaragua breaks ground on canal project

Chinese-backed $50bn project aims to rival Panama's waterway and revitalise second-poorest economy in the Americas.

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#Argentina court grants orangutan basic rights

Ape's lawyer says ruling that animal entitled to some rights enjoyed by humans could pave the way for greater freedom.

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#Sony to release N Korea film on Christmas

Studio clears way for at least 300 independent theatres to screen 'The Interview', despite cyber attack threats.

The Interview

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N Korea boycotts UN meeting on its 'abuses'

Ongoing discussion at UN Security Council on human rights situation may set in motion action against leader Kim Jong-un.

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Obama condemns murder of New York police

US president says there is "no justification" for killing officers amid tension over rising police brutality.

New York police

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#Haiti names health minister as interim PM

Florence Duperval Guillaume's temporary appointment comes after weeks of violent protests against delayed elections.

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Castro says US must respect communist system

Cuban leader says his country will not give up its socialist principles as Havana works to restore ties with US.

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US mulls putting N Korea back on terror list

President Obama says Washington will look at what has been done by Pyongyang and make "determinations in future".

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New York police officers killed in Brooklyn

Suspected shooter reportedly kills himself after shooting two US police officers inside their patrol car.

New York police

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US releases four Afghans from #Guantanamo

Defence Department says release of detainees, arrested between 2002 and 2003, followed thorough review of their case.

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