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Official confirms that suspects were quizzed at base on Diego Garcia and says British 'must have known' what happened to passengers on rendition flights

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Residents in Seattle will soon be able to buy cannabis from a vending machine

Washington is the second US state to legalise cannabis

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Chris Christie arrives for a visit to Britain on Sunday

Governor of Jersey, whom some have called America’s answer to Boris Johnson, will get his chance to woo Londoners

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Republican Huckabee had called New York women who swear in public ‘trashy’

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2012 Republican candidate says he wants to make way for someone else within the party

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Jeb Bush is tipped to follow his father and brother, run to become US President in the 2016 election

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The owner of the Rottweiler claimed he was 'grieving' over his dead brother's body

Homeless owner Brett Bennett claimed his dog was 'crying for his brother'

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The state representative has instructed Muslim visitors to her office to ‘renounce Islamic terrorist groups’

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Robert Ladd, convicted of murdering a 38-year-old woman in 1996, and Warren Hill, convicted of two murders,

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Isis stands strong as its numerous enemies fail to find a common plan to defeat it

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