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Petrobras to pay nearly $3bn to settle US lawsuit

Brazilian oil company agrees to settle US lawsuits over ongoing corruption scandal.

Petrobras

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US will do 'anything we can' to limit civilian deaths

US vows to work with Saudi-led coalition to limit civilian casualties, after more than 100 deaths in the last 10 days.

Defence Secretary James Mattis

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Guatemala says Jerusalem embassy move is final

Controversial decision to relocate the country's embassy in Israel to Jerusalem follows in US footsteps.

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US civil rights activist Erica Garner dies at 27

Activist and writer Erica Garner, the daughter of a New York man who died at the hands of police, died on Saturday.

Erica Garner

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Support grows for brain-damaged activist Erica Garner

Artists, politicians and groups send messages of hope to anti-police brutality campaigner and daughter of Eric Garner.

Erica Garner

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Apple apologises over slowed iPhones

US technology company apologises over its handling of the battery issue and says it will make a number of changes.

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Donald Trump rejects accusations of Russia collusion

US president says there were no ties between his campaign and Moscow, despite charges against several of his aides.

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'Not one more': Mexico confronts violence against women

Facing crisis of gender-based violence, Puebla city classifies murders of more than 90 women this year as acts of femicide.

violence against women

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New Year's Eve 2017: How the world celebrates today

We take a look at the most popular traditions and celebrations that take place around the world.

Fireworks

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Apple sued for making old iPhones slower with update

Apple Inc defrauded iPhone users by slowing devices without warning to compensate for poor battery performance.

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The talks, which did not include Russia or China, are not expected to be a venue for resolving the conflict with North Korea, but rather a coordination of efforts.

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