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Racing to find survivors after Mexico quake

Rescue workers dig through piles of rubble in a desperate search for dozens of children presumed buried under a Mexico City school, after a major earthquake killed at least 225 people across the county. Reuters Video: Top News

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Kenyan police fire tear gas as Supreme Court delivers ruling on election

Demonstrators were met with tear gas in Nairobi ahead of the Supreme Court releasing a detailed ruling on the annulment of August’s election. Rough cut (no reporter narration). Reuters Video: Top News

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St. Louis mayor to meet protesters after nightly violence

Activists in St. Louis plan to voice their concerns directly to the mayor on Tuesday over the acquittal of a white policeman who shot a black man to death, a verdict that sparked four nights of violent protests. Reuters Video: Top News

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Opioid crisis draining local government budgets, businesses

Opioid-related deaths are taking an emotional toll on families, but are also wreaking havoc with small-town America’s budgets. Indiana and surrounding Pennsylvania counties offer a snapshot of the ripple effect. Reuters Video: Top News

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Turkish army holds military exercise on Iraqi border

Turkish armed forces carry out military exercises at the Iraqi border. Rough cut (no reporter narration). Reuters Video: Top News

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“We don’t have a lot of time left”: Tillerson on North Korea

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says if diplomatic efforts with North Korea fail, a military option will be the only one left. Rough Cut (no reporter narration) Reuters Video: Top News

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Wisconsin jury finds girl in Slenderman case not responsible

A Wisconsin jury has found that a girl accused of stabbing a classmate and friend to please a fictional character named Slenderman was not responsible for her actions due to her mental condition. Nathan Frandino reports. Reuters Video: Top News

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Judge sides against Trump in fight over ‘sanctuary cities’

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel hails a federal judge’s decision barring the U.S. Justice Department from denying public-safety grants to so-called sanctuary cities. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Reuters Video: Top News

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Militants’ bomb-laden drones in crosshairs of new tech

The rising use of consumer-grade drones by militant groups has posed a unique challenge for both militaries and domestic police. Reuters looks at some of the emerging technologies security services hope will counter the threat. Reuters Video: Top News

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Coffee giant Nestle buys majority stake in Blue Bottle

Nestle – the coffee empire that brings us Nescafe instant coffee and Nespresso – now stepping into the world of high-end specialty coffee as it buys a majority stake in California-based Blue Bottle Coffee. Jane Lanhee Lee reports. Reuters Video: Top News