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Why Mexicans are so upset by Trump; angry anti-government protests in Venezuela; Freddie Mercury’s teenage bedroom
(Photo: Republican nominee Donald Trump and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto Credit: Hector Vivas/LatinContent/Getty Images)
US immigration policies compared; Apple boss speaks; parents who met son's murderers.
Photograph shows Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. (Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
The Brazilian Senate votes overwhelmingly to dismiss President Dilma Rousseff at the end of her impeachment trial; Donald Trump goes to Mexico at the invitation of President Enrique Peña Nieto; Africa's dwindling elephant population.
(Picture: President Dilma Rousseff sits during her impeachment trial. Credit: Getty Images)
Aid agencies say 10,000 people have been picked up off the coast of Libya this week; Donald Trump's trip to Mexico; have Tasmanian devils developed resistance to a killer cancer?
Apple says $15BN tax bill would have consequences on job creation in Ireland and the EU; research by scientists in Hungary show dog brains react the same way to human voices as we do; so-called Islamic State spokesman killed.
(Picture: Apple CEO Tim Cook at Apple's global headquarters in Cupertino, California. Credit: Getty Images)
EU orders Apple to pay $14.6bn in taxes to the Irish government. US-EU trade talks run into trouble. Have nuclear bombs and chicken bones created a new geological era? (Photo: Apple sign. Credit: Getty Images)