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US Border Patrol arrest 32 demonstrators
Border Patrol agents have arrested 32 people at a protest in San Diego organised by a Quaker group to support Mexican immigrants.

NZ justice minster's plea to British media
NZ's justice minister has criticised British media's naming of a man accused of murdering Grace Millane, saying it risks leaving her family without justice.

Google accelerates Plus closure
Google is to close its Plus service earlier than planned after a privacy flaw exposed the personal information of more than 52 million users.

Russian agent Butina to plead guilty
A Russian agent accused of trying to infiltrate the NRA and improperly influence US policy towards Moscow is expected to plead guilty to spying charges.

Voyager 2 probe into interstellar space
The Voyager 2 probe, which left Earth in 1977, is on the verge of leaving our Solar System.

Armenian PM's bloc wins majority
Acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian's My Step alliance has scored a landslide victory at the polls in Armenia.

Macron speeds up tax cuts to quell unrest
French President Emmanuel Macron has promised to speed up tax cuts and raise wages in response to the riots that have plagued France for more than a month.

Brexit in turmoil as May pulls vote
Prime Minister Theresa May has abruptly postponed a parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal, throwing Britain's plan to leave the European Union into chaos.

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Stories from around the world overnight.

EU preparing for no-deal Brexit, says Tusk
The EU has ruled out reworking the Brexit deal it agreed to two weeks ago and will prepare for a no-deal scenario, European Council president Donald Tusk says.

Huawei CFO Meng fights for bail in Canada
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou returns to a Canadian court to find out if she will be bailed because of her health while prosecutors say they don't trust her.

Court date for ex-Trump chair Manafort
A court date has been set for for former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort after special counsel Robert Muller rescinded a plea deal over alleged lies.

UK court rules against Indian mogul Mallya
A UK court has ruled Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya can be extradited over fraud allegations over debts incurred by his now-defunct Kingfisher Airline.

Hush payments 'private transaction': Trump
US President Donald Trump has defended hush money paid to two women as a "simple private transaction" and blamed his ex-lawyer Michael Cohen for any mistakes.

Russian ex-cop guilty of killing 77 women
A Russian ex-policeman known as the "Angarsk maniac", has been convicted of killing almost 80 women over a 15-year period in eastern Siberia.

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