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CIA chief says ISIL 'formidable' despite setbacks

ISIL has tens of thousands of fighters and retains ability to conduct attacks around the world, CIA director warns.

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Orlando shooting: US Democrats push for gun control

Senator Chris Murphy says marathon filibuster ended after Republicans agreed on background checks and watch lists vote.

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Body of Lane Graves found after Disney alligator attack

Divers find Lane Graves' drowned body after alligator snatched child in its jaws at popular tourist destination.

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Teenage boy killed in Venezuela food protest

Death is the fourth in recent days as protesters demand an end to chronic food shortages in the country.

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Venezuela in crisis: 400 arrested for looting

Venezuelan military have arrested at least 400 people in the city of Cumana after the latest bout of looting.

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Trump backs blocking gun sales to terror suspects

Donald Trump signalled that he could support banning people on terror watch lists from purchasing guns.

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Obama's meeting with Dalai Lama angers China

US president welcomes spiritual leader for the fourth time, blamed by China for encouraging "separatist forces".

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Alligator drags US child into water near Disney resort

Father enters water and tries in vain to grab two-year-old son who was taken by alligator near Disney resort in Florida.

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Orlando shooting: Omar Mateen's wife could be charged

Noor Salman, Omar Mateen's wife, had "some knowledge" of husband's plan to carry out massacre at gay club, reports say.

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WHO: No proof drinking coffee causes cancer

Your latte or cappuccino will not cause cancer, as long as it is not served too hot, new research says.

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