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Venezuelans defy police in fresh protests
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LIVE: French 2017 presidential elections: voting in Paris
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The Gambia seeks to rejoin Commonwealth
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Trump courts showdown over border wall
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Theresa May hits 50% support in polls as opponents vow ‘to stand up against her government’
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North Korea Detains Another US Citizen, Says It Will Sink US Aircraft Carrier
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