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The event in New Hampshire marks the start of a week of political drama 

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In May 2015, the city of Charlotte agreed to pay the young man’s family a $2.25 million settlement over a civil lawsuit in the shooting

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The circus tent collapsed during a storm in New Hampshire

The tent collapsed during a storm of 60mph winds

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A software engineer from San Francisco was accused of 'not looking like a real female engineer'

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The decisions means jurors will now move into the third and final sentencing phase of the trial

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Burial of only daughter of Houston and Bobbi Brown follows memorial that where family feud erupted

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'When the world faces its toughest challenges, America leads the way forward. That's what this plan is all about'

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The project in the neighbourhood of Las Palmitas  in the city of Pachuca was designed to bring its working class residents together and changes its 'gritty' image

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Government wants to create 'land bank' using farmland that is not in use and land bought using funds from the drugs trade

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'Right now, all law enforcement has an image problem'

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Documents have emerged that reveal dozens of people were being watched

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The businesswoman has helped almost 7,000 underprivileged people find work with companies like Google and LinkedIn

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Severe winds, storms and reports of tornadoes left damage in several cities over the weekend

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A fund-raising campaign has been launched to help meet the cost of treatment

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'I believe we should decriminalise all drugs'

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Group insists that it has not acted illegally

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'We thought the idea of sending balloons to heaven sounded good'

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Sabrina Corgatelli poses with the body of the giraffe she killed on safari in South Africa

Following public outcry after Zimbabwe's Cecil the lion was killed, trophy hunters posting pictures online have received increased criticism

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Kaiser Carlile died after being struck with a baseball bat

Kaiser Carlile was a bat boy for the Kansas team

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Kenzo Roberts was arrested in a car reported stolen; footage shows him desperately chewing his fingertips after being arrested and placed in the back of a Florida police car
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Dogs were judged based on skill, duration of ride and confidence on a surf board

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Barack Obama is preparing to take on the coal industry

The Obama administration is toughening rules that force states to cut pollution from coal-burning power plants

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Six gang members have escaped from jail

Gang violence is rife in the country

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