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Tillerson recuses himself from Keystone pipeline issues

US secretary of state says he will not work on issues related to the controversial pipeline due to ExxonMobil ties.

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WikiLeaks 'to share CIA hacking tools' with tech firms

Julian Assange says anti-secrecy group to work with companies to help defend them against the CIA's hacking tools.

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Death toll from San Jose Pinula shelter fire rises

As nation mourns, more teenagers die from burns overnight as questions mount over alleged mismanagement and abuse.

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CIA: WikiLeaks dump 'equips' US adversaries

Central Intelligence Agency accuses WikiLeaks of jeopardising its mission to protect the American people.

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US women mark Women's Day with strike and protests

Women urged to stay away from work, or wear red if they cannot, to highlight their role in US economy and society.

US women

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Apple, Samsung vow to fix flaws after CIA hack report

Agency allegedly produced more than 1,000 malware systems to infiltrate and take control of targeted electronics.

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State of Hawaii to challenge Trump's new travel ban

Hawaii to seek temporary restraining order on US president's order restricting travel from six Muslim-majority nations.

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Black Americans more often wrongfully convicted: study

African Americans far more likely than whites to be convicted in error of crimes including murder and sexual assault.

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Unions lead mass protests in Buenos Aires

Unionists protest against government policies and threaten to stage a nationwide strike if their demands are not met.

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Women strike for equality on International Women's Day

A quick look at how International Women’s Day is being marked around the world.

Women's Day

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