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Couple arrested for 'raping, killing 20 women' in Mexico

The sensational case came to light after the couple was caught carrying human body parts in a baby carriage.

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US officials voice concern over missing Saudi journalist

Chorus of comments by US indicates level of anxiety over Jamal Khashoggi's fate and effect on Saudi American relations.

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Hurricane Michael strengthens to Category 2, heads to Florida

Evacuations under way as 'monstrous' storm expected to make landfall on Wednesday, bringing strong wind and heavy rain.

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Kavanaugh to hear first arguments after bitter confirmation fight

Newly minted Supreme Court justice will take the bench after being narrowly confirmed following sex assault allegations.

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Trump: No plans to fire Rod Rosenstein

After widespread speculation, US president says he has no plans of firing official overseeing Mueller's Russia probe.

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Haiti earthquake: Hospital struggles to cope with patients

Lack of supplies and damage to hospital building, power outage and strong aftershocks in Port-de-Paix after quake.

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Landmark UN climate report warns time quickly running out

Next few years 'probably the most important in our history', scientists warn in hard-hitting new climate study.

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SUV-style stretch limousine crash kills 20 in New York: Officials

Vehicle was carrying a group on their way to a birthday party in Schoharie County near Albany.

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Brett Kavanaugh sworn in as US Supreme Court justice

Kavanuagh takes oath after Senate votes to confirm him following bitter battle between Republicans and Democrats.

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How did US Senators vote on Kavanaugh?

Senate votes 50-48 to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Here's how each Senator voted.

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