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Benghazi hearing: Hillary Clinton shows yoga poise through 11-hour stretch

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It was supposed to be the pivotal moment of the presidential campaign, with Hillary Clinton finally facing the music after her controversial tenure at the State Department. But after a ...

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Sweden school attack: police treat killing of pupil and teacher as racist hate crime

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The suspect in the double murder in a school in Sweden on Thursday picked out his victims by their skin colour, according to video evidence seen by police. “He chose ...

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1 killed 2 injured on Tennessee State University campus

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One person has been killed and two others wounded by gunfire on the campus of Tennessee State University in Nashville, police have said. The shootings, which occurred just before 11 ...

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Former health secretary: NHS and social care must share a budget

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Health and social care should become one joined-up system with a single budget, former health secretary Stephen Dorrell has said. Dorrell, who was named this month as chair of the ...

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Confidential files on El Salvador human rights stolen after legal action against CIA

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Confidential files containing evidence of violations committed during El Salvador’s civil war have been stolen from a Washington-based human rights group just days after it launched legal proceedings against the ...

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Sturgeon vows to support steel manufacturing in Scotland

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Nicola Sturgeon has restated her commitment to ensure there is a future for steel manufacturing in Scotland after visiting the two Tata steel plants earmarked for closure, with the loss ...

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Australian prime minister: Putin may live to regret intervention in Syria

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Malcolm Turnbull says the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, may live to regret his intervention in the Syrian conflict. On Friday, the Australian prime minister said Russia had intervened in recent ...

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