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Nicolas Maduro launches constitution overhaul

President presents plans for a new popular assembly, a move decried by the opposition as a tactic to cling onto power.

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US army 'lost track of $1bn worth of arms'

Amnesty International urges the US and other countries to stop arms transfers that could fuel atrocities.

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North Korea on 'inevitable' path to nuclear ICBM: US

DIA chief says if left unchecked, it's only a matter of time before Pyongyang can strike the US with a nuclear missile.

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John Brennan: Russia interfered in US election process

Former CIA chief John Brennan says he warned Russia's FSB security chief of tainted relationship if it interfered.

John Brennan

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New Venezuela clashes after man set ablaze

Health professionals hit the streets to denounce Maduro government as protesters torch Hugo Chavez' childhood home.

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Richard Oakes: an activist for Native American rights

Oakes would have turned 75 on May 22, and a Google Doodle has been created in his honour.

Richard Oakes

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Flynn to invoke Fifth Amendment in Russia probe

Trump's former National Security Adviser will reportedly decline subpoena from the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Michael Flynn

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Notre Dame students walk out of Mike Pence speech

Students dressed in caps and gowns protest White House policies as vice president delivered commencement speech.

Notre Dame students

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Brazilian protesters call for President Temer to resign

Brazilians stage protests around the country to call for president to step down or be impeached after graft charges.

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Brazil's Temer demands suspension of corruption probe

Brazil's president responds to allegations of obstruction of justice, claiming evidence against him was 'doctored'.

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