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Mammoth tusk haul seized by Chinese customs

There is no international ban on the trade in mammoth ivory, much of which is sold into China. Click here to read full story

Fatally flawed

A double murder highlights an array of flaws and loopholes in US law that keep guns in the hands of domestic abusers. Click here to read full story

Trumplomacy

Foreign Minister Lavrov complained about US actions and its press corps, writes Barbara Plett Usher. Click here to read full story

Cyclone Cook: New Zealanders flee ahead of huge storm

The storm, due to arrive within hours, has been called the worst in generations. Click here to read full story

United Airlines boss Oscar Munoz will not resign

Oscar Munoz said he felt “shame and embarrassment” over the forcible removal of a seated passenger. Click here to read full story

Syria war: Deal to evacuate besieged towns begins with prisoner swap

Thousands will be allowed to leave two besieged pro-government towns and two rebel-held towns. Click here to read full story

Syria war: Trump and Putin trade barbs as ministers meet

Putin is backing “an animal” in Assad, Trump says, as Russia’s leader laments worsening trust. Click here to read full story

North Korean hockey players return home without gifts

Ice hockey players in Women’s World Championships return home without most of their hosts’ presents. Click here to read full story

Venezuela's Maduro pelted by protesters leaving a rally

The president was leaving a rally when his vehicle was mobbed by a large crowd in Bolivar state. Click here to read full story

White House's Sean Spicer says Hitler gaffe 'inexcusable'

Sean Spicer says he “screwed up” when he suggested Adolf Hitler did not use chemical weapons. Click here to read full story


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