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Sean Spicer apologises for Hitler chemical arms gaffe

White House spokesman Sean Spicer triggered an uproar by saying Adolf Hitler did not use chemical weapons.

Sean Spicer

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US says strike on Syria destroyed fifth of Assad's jets

US Secretary of Defense James Mattis says Syrian government would be ill-advised ever again to use chemical weapons.

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Anger as Asian man violently removed from United flight

Clips posted online show man being dragged off by a United Airlines plane in the US after flight was overbooked.

Asian man

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California governor declares end to drought emergency

Up to 100 million trees died in one of driest periods in the state's history.

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Massive anti-Maduro protests continue in Venezuela

Police used tear gas against demonstrators as anti-government protests continue in Caracas.

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More than 100 missing as Mocoa search operation ends

At least 102 children among the dead in a giant mudslide that slammed into the town of Mocoa last week.

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US lawmakers call on Trump to spell out Syria strategy

Democrats join Republicans in backing military action, but many demand the president spell out a broader strategy.

Senator Tim Kaine

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Henrique Capriles banned from public office

Henrique Capriles rejects ruling that would prevent him from challenging President Nicolas Maduro in 2018 polls.

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Trump, Xi end summit with 'tremendous' progress

Chinese leader speaks in positive terms as US president says 'lots of very potentially bad problems will be going away'.

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US Senate confirms Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court

Trump nominee voted into Supreme Court after Republicans unilaterally rewrite Senate rules to assure his ascension.

Neil Gorsuch

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