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Zika virus: Florida cases 'highly likely' to be first US-based infections
Four people suffering from the Zika virus in Florida are probably the first cases contracted within the US, state health officials say.
France church attack: Manuel Valls highlights 'justice failure'
Prime Minister Manuel Valls highlights a "failure" of French justice over the church killing of a priest by two home-grown jihadists.
Syria conflict: Deadly strike on Save the Children maternity hospital
An air strike hits a maternity hospital supported by Save the Children in north-western Syria, killing two people and wounding three others.
Turkey coup bid: Erdogan says US general 'taking side of plotters'
Turkey's president blasts remarks by top US general Joseph Votel in the wake of the failed coup, accusing him of being "on the side of the plotters".
US election: US faces 'moment of reckoning' says Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton tells voters the presidential election is a "moment of reckoning", as she makes history by accepting the Democratic nomination.
San Diego policeman shot dead
A police officer dies and another remains in hospital after both were shot in the US city of San Diego.
India Dalit couple hacked to death over 22 cents debt
A couple from India's Dalit community are hacked to death after a row over a 15 rupees (22 cents; 17 pence) debt in Uttar Pradesh state.
Sweden to investigate sex lives
Sweden is launching a three-year official study of its citizens' sex lives - the first for 20 years.
Pope Francis prays in silence at former Auschwitz-Birkenau camp
Pope Francis offers a private prayer at the Nazi-era death camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland.
Hissene Habre: Chad's ex-ruler ordered to pay compensation to victims
Chad's ex-ruler Hissene Habre is ordered to pay millions of dollars in compensation to victims of his crimes against humanity.
Petition demands apology for Chinese lesbian couple denied diploma
An international petition urges a Chinese university to apologise to two lesbian students denied diplomas after getting engaged at their graduation.
Australia drops legal action against abused boys
The government of Australia's Northern Territory has dropped legal action against two boys who were subdued with tear gas at a detention centre.



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