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Young voters: We can march, shout and walk out, but we must vote

A network of youth organisations calls on students to leave class at 10am local time and head to polling stations.

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Stacey Abrams, Georgia Democrats decry Brian Kemp's hacking claim

Brian Kemp claimed on Sunday that Democrats had hacked voter registration systems in Georgia.

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Ex-Brazil President Lula calls for release, accuses judge of bias

Former president says the judge who convicted him has proven his bias by accepting the justice minister post.

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Chile seeks return of artifacts from London museums

Chile is the latest country to seek repatriation for significant items taken away by the British.

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Networks, Facebook drop Trump's anti-immigrant ad

Trump's ad sparked outcry last week, drawing accusations of racism and fear-mongering ahead of the midterms.

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Trial of Mexican drug lord 'El Chapo' set to begin in US

Alleged head of Mexico's Sinaloa cartel is charged with 17 counts, including murder conspiracy, drug-trafficking and money-laundering.

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US, South Korea hold small-scale drills before N Korea talks

Exercises taking place days before talks on North Korea denuclearisation and planned second Trump-Kim summit.

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Number of young and new voters surges in Texas early voting

Texan voters under 30 have already seen a 477-percent increase from the 2014 midterm elections.

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Saudi Arabia denies involvement in death of sisters in New York

Bodies of Tala and Rotana Farea were found taped together at a riverbank in New York without obvious signs of trauma.

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US midterms: How widespread is voter suppression?

Voting advocacy organisations in several US states have sounded the alarm on what they call voter suppression.

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