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Anti-Trump protests turn violent in New Mexico
In one of the presidential campaign year's more grisly spectacles, protesters in New Mexico opposing Donald Trump's candidacy threw burning T-shirts, plastic bottles and other items at police officers, injuring several, and toppled trash cans and barricades.
 
Sailors' nightmare at the Rio Olympics: trash
If you're the head of world sailing, this is your worst Olympic nightmare.
 
Locking lips
A passerby views a mural showing likely U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, left, kissing former Mayor of London and Conservative MP, Boris Johnson, on the side of a building in Bristol, south west England on Tuesday, May 24.
 
Decades after death in WWII, New Orleans son comes home
More than seven decades after being killed during World War II, Pvt. Earl Joseph Keating finally came home to his native New Orleans after his remains were discovered on the Pacific island where he died in 1942.
 
Native Americans protest planned French auction of artifacts
Native American leaders are protesting the latest plan by a Paris auction house to sell off part of their tribal history, and their demand for the return of their ceremonial objects is getting bipartisan support.
 
Canada PM Trudeau's popularity soars
OTTAWA - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's popularity has reached a new high, even after his arguably worst day in office that saw him recently jostle fellow lawmakers, a poll found Tuesday.
 
Some of the country's top writers are protesting Donald Trump's way with words.
 
Nearly a year after the brutal shooting deaths of nine black parishioners at a Charleston, South Carolina, church, the U.S. Justice Department announced Tuesday its intent to seek the death penalty against the man facing federal hate crime charges in the killings.
 
Giant joint
A man smokes from a giant joint during a demonstration in favor the legalization of Marijuana, in Santiago, Chile on Sunday, May 22.
 
Obama calls for peaceful settlement of S. China Sea disputes
U.S. President Barack Obama called Tuesday for territorial disputes in the South China Sea to be "resolved peacefully" as Vietnam baulks at Chinese actions in the bitterly contested waters.
 
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