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Arrests follow protest against Philando Castile verdict

At least 18 people arrested in the US city of St Paul following acquittal of officer who shot and killed a black man.

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Police officer acquitted of Philando Castile killing

Jeronimo Yanez also cleared of two lesser charges of endangering Castile's girlfriend and her then 4-year-old daughter.

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Trump unveils new Cuba trade and travel restrictions

US president says he is restoring some of the restrictions lifted after the Obama administration's detente with Cuba.

Donald Trump

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Trump set to change US-Cuba policy

US president says he is restoring some of the restrictions lifted after the Obama administration's detente with Cuba.

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Facebook reveals AI use to tackle 'terrorist content'

US company says technology used to block child pornography pressed into service to address spread of propaganda online.

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Trump: 'I am under investigation' in Comey sacking

US president reportedly under investigation for obstruction of justice in connection with Russia collusion probe.

Donald Trump

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Iraqi detainees launch case to halt deportation from US

More than 100 Iraqi Christians rounded up in the United States over the past week to be sent back amid safety fears.

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Guatemala earthquake leaves five dead

Collapsing buildings and heart attacks kill five as 6.9-magnitude earthquake hits Guatemala and southern Mexico.

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Flint water crisis: Five charged with manslaughter

Michigan Civil Rights Commission has blamed decades of 'systemic racism' for water crisis in the impoverished US city.

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US arrests nearly 200 Iraqis in deportation sweep

Officials say majority of those have 'criminal convictions' but activists argue they risk being killed if deported.

Iraqi immigrants

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