Weakened California Dam Forces Thousand To Evacuate

Authorities in northern California have ordered thousands of people to evacuate their homes after the tallest dam in the US was weakened by heavy rainfall.

Also in the US, not all businesses and politicians are happy with President Donald Trump's promises to build a wall along the Mexican border and leaving the North America Free Trade Agreement, also known as NAFTA.

And a Nigerian psychologist explains why women become suicide bombers in the northeastern part of the country.

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