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NASA satellite launched to monitor global warming

US and French scientists launch Jason-3 satellite, capable of tracking currents and sea levels in unprecedented detail.

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Federal emergency declared in Flint over toxic water

Government agency authorised to provide aid to Michigan city facing lead-poisoned water disaster over almost two years.

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Zika virus cases spread in Latin America, Caribbean

Ecuador and Haiti report new cases of the mosquito-borne virus as Brazil directs funds for vaccine development.

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Venezuela government declares 'economic emergency'

Move gives government 60 days of wider powers to intervene in economy as inflation reaches mammoth 141.5 percent.

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Michigan state sued over Flint's toxic water disaster

Governor among those facing class-action lawsuit for alleged negligence in lead poisonings that affected nearly 100,000.

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'White and Western' Wikipedia marks 15th birthday

It has 38 million articles in 289 languages but critics say Wikipedia needs to do more to encourage diversity.

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Republican frontrunners clash in tense US debate

Trump and Cruz go at each other over conservative values and eligibility to be elected in key debate before Iowa ballot.

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US not ready to end Iran sanctions over nuclear deal

Washington says it is waiting for the International Atomic Agency to verify Tehran is complying with nuclear deal.

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Former comedian Morales sworn in as Guatemala president

Jimmy Morales takes reins of power riding on the back of public anger at rampant corruption among political elite.

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Jordanian film nominated for an Oscar

If Theeb wins an Academy Award for the best foreign film, it will become the first Arab picture to be awarded an Oscar.

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