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Report: 2015 was deadliest for environmental activism

At least 185 activists killed worldwide, making it the highest recorded death toll, UK watchdog says in its report.

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Record-breaking heat scorches the US Southwest

Wildfires rage as temperatures soar in the desert states.

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Orlando shooting: US Senate rejects tighter gun control

Senate rejects measures by Republicans and Democrats to stem gun violence after worst shooting in modern US history.

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Maduro referendum: Venezuelans line up to back recall

Amid mounting crisis, process begins of validating signatures of those backing petition for referendum to remove Maduro.

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Orlando shooting: Omar Mateen call transcripts released

FBI says no proof Omar Mateen was directed by foreign armed group as it releases suspect's first conversation with 911.

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Mexico: Six killed in clashes during teachers' protest

Police and protesters clash as teachers rally against education reform and colleagues' arrests.

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Orlando shooting: Obama decries easy access to guns

US president's appeal comes less than a week after mass shooting in Orlando gay nightclub that left 49 people dead.

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Obama hosts Saudi Prince Salman at White House

White House hosts Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in talks focusing on conflicts in Syria, Yemen and Iraq.

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Prosecutor says Hugo Chavez may have funded Peru leader

An unverified letter alleged Chavez and Brazilian construction companies funded Ollanta Hulama's campaign in 2006.

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Wildfires force mass evacuations across western US

Temperatures approach record June highs around the Four Corner States, with at least 400 homes and businesses evacuated.

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