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 Mexico arrests ex-police chief in case of 43 missing students

The Inter-American commission experts said in a report that even though Flores had given investigators inconsistent testimony following the mass disappearance, "his arrest was not ordered until much later, which allowed him to flee."

 Angry Venezuela opposition vows rallies, alleges coup

With Maduro vowing to hold onto power, his opponents cranked up the heat in a stand-off that is destabilizing the volatile, oil-rich South American state, stricken by food shortages and violent crime

 Hillary Clinton warns Donald Trump is `threatening` US democracy

The 2016 election cycle pitting the Republican nominee against the former secretary of state has turned increasingly toxic, with Trump fueling wild conspiracy theories about vote "rigging" and Clinton warning that the provocative billionaire was straying into authoritarianism.

 South Africa’s withdrawal rocks International Criminal Court

The decision followed a dispute last year when Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir visited the country for an African Union summit despite facing an ICC arrest warrant over alleged war crimes.

 US cyber attacks hit Twitter, Netflix, other top websites

Multiple times in a single day, the attacks incapacitated a crucial piece of internet infrastructure, frustrating or outright blocking access to websites and exposing vulnerabilities in the overall internet network.

 26 people treated after London airport 'chemical incident'

London City Airport is the 13th busiest airport in Britain, with a total of 4.3 million passengers last year.

 UN to probe deadly attack on aid convoy in Syria

The UN had announced on September 30 its plan to establish the board of inquiry.

 Portugal keeps much-needed access to EU financial help

Portugal kept its much-needed access to EU financial help Friday after a European Central Bank-approved credit agency maintained its rating of Portuguese debt at investment grade level.

 'Jungle' migrant camp in France to be cleared Monday

Migrants at the camp in the ferry port of Calais will board buses at 0600 GMT to take them to nearly 300 temporary accommodation centres dotted round France.

 Canada blasts 'incapable' EU as trade talks fail

The barb from an emotional Chrystia Freeland, the Canadian trade minister, fed into warnings by EU leaders that the 28-nation bloc may now never be able to land any other deals including one with the United States.