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World leaders react to Kim-Trump summit

Russia says it is ready to help implement a deal but Iran warns Pyongyang that the US will renege on deal.

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'Two men, two leaders, one destiny': When Trump made Kim a video

During meeting with N Korean leader, US president rolls out short film starring the two leaders in a cautionary tale.

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US to stop granting asylum to most domestic violence survivors

Groups slam Jeff Sessions who ruled survivors of domestic abuse and gang violence will generally not qualify for asylum.

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Snow falls in Santiago

A rare coating of wintry weather delights Chileans.

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Pope Francis accepts resignation of three Chilean bishops

Vatican official calls move first step towards re-ordering battered Roman Catholic Church after sex abuse scandals.

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Dennis Rodman: I got call saying Trump was proud of me

Reflecting on criticism to his past visits to North Korea, Rodman says he received death threats over meeting with Kim.

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US extradites Panama ex-president Ricardo Martinelli

Former President Martinelli faces charges of spying on journalists and political opponents in his homeland.

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Trump pulls out of joint G7 statement, calls Trudeau 'weak'

G7 summit ends in escalation of a row over trade as Trump attacks his Canadian counterpart on Twitter.

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Two more killed in Nicaragua as anti-Ortega protests continue

Nicaraguan Center for Human Rights says one person killed in northern city of Jinotega and another in capital Managua.

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Guatemala: Fuego eruption 'cooked people trapped in their homes'

Residents give accounts of moments after a devastating volcanic eruption that killed at least 109 people and left 197 missing.

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