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How democratic is the US presidential election?

The bruising race between Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton is coming to an end and as the Election Day nears, one question keeps popping up: If we were to break down the American election system, how much of it would be in line with ...

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Clinton warns Trump will start war if elected president

US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has warned about the consequences of her Republican rival Donald Trump winning the race for the White House. Speaking during a campaign rally on Friday in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Clinton said Trump is likely to start a war if elected, possibly because he felt insulted ...

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US ready to hack Kremlin, Russian infrastructure: Report

US military hackers have penetrated Russia’s political heart and its critical infrastructure and are ready to cause damage in case Moscow attempts to disrupt the upcoming presidential election in America, a report says. The Pentagon has been able to break into Russia’s electric grid, telecommunications networks and the Kremlin’s command ...

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State Dept. releases new batch of Clinton emails unearthed by FBI

The US State Department has released 1,280 pages of Hillary Clinton emails unearthed by the FBI during its investigation into the former secretary of state’s personal email server. The State Department on Thursday produced 357 of the 15,000 Clinton emails produced under court order with just five days until Election ...

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Trump calls Clinton ‘totally unhinged’ at Florida rally

US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has ratcheted up his war of words against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton as Election Day draws closer. Speaking to his supports at a rally in Pensacola, Florida, on Wednesday night, the billionaire businessman said recent polls show that he is ahead in the race, ...

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Bolivia detects first cases of Zika-induced microcephaly

Three cases of microcephaly linked to Zika virus has been detected in Bolivia. Health authorities said on Wednesday that defects had been recorded in three births since September, which could be linked to Zika. Aida Aguilera, the director of the public health service for the department of Santa Cruz, said ...

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Venezuela opposition scraps Maduro trial, but presses demands

Venezuela’s opposition has postponed a symbolic trial of President Nicolas Maduro in parliament, but threatened to quit reconciliation talks with the government if Caracas fails to meet its demands. During Tuesday session, Julio Borges, the speaker of Venezuela’s opposition-led National Assembly, said the parliamentary proceedings had been suspended after Caracas ...

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US charges seven in connection with sex trafficking ring

The United States has charged seven men with sex trafficking following 16 years of crackdown against an international gang across the US-Mexico border. Prosecutors said six of the suspected members of the sex trafficking organization known as STO were arrested last week and one remains at large. US Attorney General ...

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