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Latest update : 2013-12-12

USA: investigation continues into deadly New York train derailment

Excess speed appears the likely cause of a train crash in New York that killed 4 people, amid reports indicating the driver may have lost concentration before the accident. Next, Hollywood and fans pay tribute after film star Paul Walker is killed in a car crash aged 40. Finally, French expertise is in demand in Brazil. Ahead of next year's World Cup, France's riot police offer some advice.

By Stéphanie CHEVAL , Laura BURKE , Kalvin NG , Joanna COCKERELL

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2017-05-24 Venezuela

Is Venezuela on the verge of anarchy?

In Venezuela, anti-government protests continue, with opponents of Socialist President Nicolas Maduro saying they have no intention of backing down. Amid violent demonstrations,...

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2017-05-16 Russia

United States: Donald Trump and the Russian connection

US President Donald Trump says he was within his rights to disclose information to Moscow, this amid a row over him sharing classified intelligence with Russian officials. It...

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2017-05-11 Brazil

Zika: Brazilian families still discovering extent of disease

Eighteen months ago, Brazil was first hit by the Zika virus. Now, thousands of mothers are caring for babies with severe deformities. The Zika outbreak was linked to an alarming...

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2017-05-03 Canada

Fort McMurray: Scars remain, one year after devastating wildfire

In May 2016, a wildfire devastated the western Canadian city of Fort McMurray, destroying 600,000 hectares of forest and forcing around 88,000 residents to evacuate their homes....

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2017-04-26 Colombia

Colombia: FARC disarmament leads to baby boom

In Colombia, the current disarmament of some 7,000 FARC rebels has led to one particularly interesting result: a baby boom! Almost half of the fighters were women and were...

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