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US judge blocks Trump's military transgender ban

LGBTQ activists welcome decision by a US district court as a victory for transgender rights.

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US says suspect linked to 2012 Benghazi attack captured

Mustafa al-Imam will be brought to the United States to face charges, US President Donald Trump says.

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US treasury secretary praises cooperation with Qatar

Mnuchin's visit, aimed at curbing financing of 'terrorism', comes amid political deadlock in the Gulf region.

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Ex-Trump aides Paul Manafort and Rick Gates charged

Paul Manafort and his former associate, Rick Gates were indicted on 12 counts including money laundering.

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Trump to release nearly all JFK assassination files

US president says public deserves to be "fully informed", but some files are still withheld by government agencies.

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Taiwan leader lands in Hawaii despite Chinese objection

Taiwanese leader Tsai Ing-wen landed in Honolulu en route to the island's diplomatic allies among Pacific nations, despite strong objections to the visit from China.

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Another week in Trump-land

From internal party warfare to the country's opioid crisis, looking back at the US president's week.

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Trump declares opioid crisis a public health emergency

Trump stops short of calling epidemic 'national emergency', which critics argue is 'insufficient' response to crisis.

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JFK: Trump releases 2,800 assassination documents

Hundreds of documents remain secret, however, relating to the 1963 killing of the American President John F Kennedy.

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Brazil's Michel Temer survives corruption charges vote

Opposition lawmakers could not secure enough votes to suspend the president and bring him to trial.

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Online abuse and harassment targeting women has lasting effects on victims, a survey by Amnesty International shows.

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