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Mexican journalist Hector Gonzalez Antonio beaten to death

Body of Hector Gonzalez Antonio dumped in Tamaulipas, taking toll of slain media workers to six this year in Mexico.

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North Korea's Kim Yong Chol in US for meeting with Mike Pompeo

Former spy chief Kim Yong Chol set to meet top US diplomat as Russia's Lavrov heads to North Korea for talks.

Kim Yong Chol

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Starbucks closes thousands of stores for racial bias training

Major coffee chain trains 175,000 employees but critics question whether such an exercise will tackle underlying issues.

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Study: Hurricane Maria killed more than 4,600 in Puerto Rico

A third of the storm-related deaths on the island was caused by issues over access to healthcare, researchers say.

Hurricane Maria

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Canada to buy controversial Trans Mountain pipeline

Environmentalists vow to continue fighting after Trudeau government approves the purchase of the 1,000km project.

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Paraguay's President Horacio Cortes offers resignation

Cartes presents his resignation to Congress so that he can legally take office as a senator on July 1.

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EU prepares to hit Venezuela with new sanctions

Bloc agrees to 'swiftly' adopt new sanctions against Venezuelan officials following vote which 'lacked credibility'.

Nicolas Maduro

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Colombia elections: Ivan Duque and Gustavo Petro go to runoff

Right-winger Ivan Duque and leftist Gustavo Petro to contest second round of voting on June 17.

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Maryland slammed by raging flash floods

Cars swept away in Ellicott City as violent thunderstorms batter the eastern US state.

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#WhereAreTheChildren: Anger grows over US border policy

Trump blames his own policy of separating children at the US-Mexico border on Democrats.

WhereAreTheChildren

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