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Brazil's President Michel Temer has been charged with corruption.
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US says it believes Syria is planning a new chemical attack
The USA says it believes Syria is preparing for another chemical attack
The US says Syria may be preparing for another chemical weapons strike.
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The White House says Syria is planning another chemical attack and issues a stark warning
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Conservationist Harry Dyer was given less than 1% chance of survival after a plane crash.
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European Commission imposes a US$2.7 billion fine on Google
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