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Anti-Trump protests erupt across the US

Angry Americans have taken to the streets in New York and cities across the United States, following the election of Donald Trump to the White House.

Angry Americans have taken to the streets in New York and cities across the United States, following the election of Donald Trump to the White House.

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Dramatic scenes as plane engine catches fire in the US

Watch footage from inside the plane as passengers exit via the emergency slides after it ground to a halt at Chicago's O'Hare airport.

Watch footage from inside the plane as passengers exit via the emergency slides after it ground to a halt at Chicago's O'Hare airport.

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Obama casts early presidential vote in Chicago

Barack Obama has already cast his vote in the US presidential election, which doesn’t take place until November 8.

Barack Obama has already cast his vote in the US presidential election, which doesn’t take place until November 8.

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Rahm announces new measures in Chicago police shakeup

The increasingly-under-pressure mayor of Chicago Rahm Emmanuel has announced a raft of new measures he hopes will address public concerns about the

The increasingly-under-pressure mayor of Chicago Rahm Emmanuel has announced a raft of new measures he hopes will address public concerns about the

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Chicago police officer pleads not guilty to murdering black teen

A white Chicago police officer who gunned down a black teenager last year has pleaded not guilty to murder. Jason Van Dyke faces six counts of first

A white Chicago police officer who gunned down a black teenager last year has pleaded not guilty to murder. Jason Van Dyke faces six counts of first

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'Black Christmas' marchers demand Chicago mayor quits

Demonstrators along Chicago’s upscale Michigan Avenue in the US state of Illinois have disrupted Christmas shoppers to demand the city’s Mayor Rahm

Demonstrators along Chicago’s upscale Michigan Avenue in the US state of Illinois have disrupted Christmas shoppers to demand the city’s Mayor Rahm

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Protests greet Chicago Mayor's apology over police shooting

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has apologised for his handling of a fatal police shooting of a black teenager but his emotional speech was met with

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has apologised for his handling of a fatal police shooting of a black teenager but his emotional speech was met with

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More shoppers go online for Black Friday bargains

Euphoric and excited amid the frenzy to secure the best bargains, they poured into New York stores as soon as the doors opened. Black Friday actually

Euphoric and excited amid the frenzy to secure the best bargains, they poured into New York stores as soon as the doors opened. Black Friday actually

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Wallenda defying heights

Daredevil Nik Wallenda wowed Chicago and the world with two hair-raising skyscraper crossings on high wires without a safety net or a harness, one of

Daredevil Nik Wallenda wowed Chicago and the world with two hair-raising skyscraper crossings on high wires without a safety net or a harness, one of

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Chicago and New York ban vaping in indoor public paces

Laws have been introduced in New York and Chicago making it illegal to use an electronic cigarette in indoor public places, such as restaurants and

Laws have been introduced in New York and Chicago making it illegal to use an electronic cigarette in indoor public places, such as restaurants and

Culture

Mozart's 'Clemenza' enchants Chicago's Lyric Opera

An opera about betrayal and forgiveness, love-lust and love-friendship: ‘Clemenza di Tito’, Mozart’s last ‘opera seria’, which was composed just

An opera about betrayal and forgiveness, love-lust and love-friendship: ‘Clemenza di Tito’, Mozart’s last ‘opera seria’, which was composed just

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The pains and pleasures of "Clemenza di Tito"

In these interview extras conductor Sir Andrew Davies briefly highlights the latest Mozart production and expresses his view on why “Clemenza di

In these interview extras conductor Sir Andrew Davies briefly highlights the latest Mozart production and expresses his view on why “Clemenza di

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Dozing driver derails train at Chicago O'Hare International Airport

Security camera footage shows what happened when the driver of a train heading into Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport fell asleep. The

Security camera footage shows what happened when the driver of a train heading into Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport fell asleep. The

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Chicago frozen in extreme cold weather

The ‘Windy City’ of Chicago was still suffering from freezing cold temperatures on Wednesday despite a slight increase in warmth as compared with

The ‘Windy City’ of Chicago was still suffering from freezing cold temperatures on Wednesday despite a slight increase in warmth as compared with

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Mechanical failure blamed for Chicago commuter train collision

Dozens of people have been injured in a collision between two Chicago commuter trains. They collided during Monday morning rush hour. Although one

Dozens of people have been injured in a collision between two Chicago commuter trains. They collided during Monday morning rush hour. Although one

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Chicago shooting leaves 13 injured

The United States has witnessed yet another mass shooting incident. This time it took place in Chicago. Thirteen people including a three-year-old

The United States has witnessed yet another mass shooting incident. This time it took place in Chicago. Thirteen people including a three-year-old

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Chicago protest against school closures

Hundreds of parents, students and teachers have marched against school closures in Chicago. The local education authority in US President Barack

Hundreds of parents, students and teachers have marched against school closures in Chicago. The local education authority in US President Barack

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Mississippi: baby 'cured' of HIV

A baby girl in Mississippi who was born with HIV has been cured according to US researchers. The girl was treated with a cocktail of standard

A baby girl in Mississippi who was born with HIV has been cured according to US researchers. The girl was treated with a cocktail of standard

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Miracle in Mississippi: baby 'cured' of HIV

A baby girl in Mississippi who was born with HIV has been cured after very early treatment with standard drug therapy, U.S. researchers reported on

A baby girl in Mississippi who was born with HIV has been cured after very early treatment with standard drug therapy, U.S. researchers reported on

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Teenager's death fuels US gun debate

A week after she performed at President Barack Obama’s inauguration, a teenage majorette has been shot dead in Chicago. Police say 15-year-old

A week after she performed at President Barack Obama’s inauguration, a teenage majorette has been shot dead in Chicago. Police say 15-year-old

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Barack Obama's Victory speech

US President Barack Obama rolled to re-election on Tuesday night. He appeared into the cavernous McCormick Place convention centre in Chicago about

US President Barack Obama rolled to re-election on Tuesday night. He appeared into the cavernous McCormick Place convention centre in Chicago about

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Obama camp confident ahead of election day

Just hours before millions of Americans started casting their votes to decide who will occupy the White House for the next four years, euronews’

Just hours before millions of Americans started casting their votes to decide who will occupy the White House for the next four years, euronews’

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'Bionic' man climbs Chicago skyscraper

A man who lost his right leg in a motorbike accident has climbed to the top of one of the world’s tallest buildings. Zak Vawter wore a

A man who lost his right leg in a motorbike accident has climbed to the top of one of the world’s tallest buildings. Zak Vawter wore a

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Nato details Afghan pullout timetable

Nato will hand over responsibility for security in Afghanistan to Afghan forces by mid 2013 – that is the result of a two-day alliance summit in

Nato will hand over responsibility for security in Afghanistan to Afghan forces by mid 2013 – that is the result of a two-day alliance summit in

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Protests turn violent outside NATO summit

What started as a peaceful anti-war protest suddenly turned violent after demonstrators ignored a police order to disperse. More than 60 people

What started as a peaceful anti-war protest suddenly turned violent after demonstrators ignored a police order to disperse. More than 60 people