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Christian college to fire professor over Muslim actions

Academic in hot water for wearing a hijab to class to support Muslims and highlighting Islam-Christianity similarities.

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US transfers two Guantanamo detainees to Ghana

Two detainees of Yemeni origin to be resettled in the west African nation after spending years in the notorious prison.

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Storms trigger flooding in drought-hit California

El Nino enhances winter rains to bring much-needed downpours to the US state.

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Emotional Obama unveils plan to cut gun violence

With tears in his eyes, US president vows the powerful gun lobby will not 'hold America hostage'.

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Obama thrusts gun control debate into forefront of 2016

As deadly gun violence continues, US president's use of executive powers for greater control takes the political stage.

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Obama takes executive action to tighten US gun control

The US president is to issue set of executive orders in a bid to reduce gun-related deaths in the country.

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'Militia' continues siege of Oregon government building

Critics accuse US authorities of double standards as police adopt wait-and-see approach to armed men in building.

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Mexico mayor killed less than a day after taking office

Gunmen open fire on leftist Gisela Mota of the Democratic Revolution Party at her house in Temixco.

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The mighty Mississippi overflows

State of emergency declared as record-breaking floods keep rising over parts of the United States heartland.

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Haiti poll date set after being delayed on fraud charge

President Michel Martelly says the election will take place on January 17 after allegations of fraud in the last round.

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