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Family releases shocking video of Charlotte shooting
The family of the African American man whose death has triggered days of unrest in Charlotte, North Carolina has released dramatic video of the police shooting, raising pressure on authorities to make their own footage public.
 
Night 3 of protests over police killings of black men
Protesters took to the streets for a third night in the U.S. city of Charlotte on Thursday amid heavy security aimed at preventing more clashes over the fatal police shooting of a black man.
 
Yahoo said Thursday a massive attack on its network in 2014 allowed hackers to steal data from half a billion users and may have been "state sponsored."
 
Brazil's ex-finance minister temporarily arrested
Brazilian police on Thursday briefly arrested the latest heavyweight implicated in a massive corruption scandal: former finance minister Guido Mantega, a key figure in the previous two governments.
 
Trump calls for racial unity while also embracing 'stop and frisk'
Lamenting a "lack of spirit" between whites and blacks, Donald Trump encouraged racial unity in the face of "a national crisis" Thursday, even as he called for one of America's largest cities to adopt policing tactics that have been condemned as racial profiling.
 
The world powers that support Libya's fledgling government urged the country to unite Thursday as rival armed groups jockey for control of its oil exports.
 
Clashes after US police shoot black man
A second night of race-related clashes in Charlotte, North Carolina has left one protester on life support, with the renewed violence prompting the governor to declare a state of emergency.
 
Anti-corruption watchdog Transparency International has urged the European Union to take the lead in efforts to expose those who represent, or profit, from businesses with secretive links to the world's biggest tax havens, as criticism mounted Thursday of a former top EU official caught up in a wide-ranging document leak from the Bahamas.
 
Colombian leader tells United Nations: 'One fewer war on planet'
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos applauded the deal to end his country's half-century conflict during an address at the United Nations Wednesday in which he hailed "one fewer war on the planet."
 
Unrest flares anew in US city after police shooting
A second night of race-related clashes in Charlotte, North Carolina on Wednesday left one protester on life support, with the renewed violence prompting the governor to declare a state of emergency.
 
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