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Trump's triumph by numbers; the future of US-Russia relations; what does a Trump presidency mean for climate change?
(Picture: Front pages from New York City newspapers feature President-elect Donald Trump. Credit: John Moore/Getty Images)
Trump pledges to be president "for all Americans" after securing his place in the White House. Analysis on how he won and reaction from around the world.
(Photo: Donald Trump supporter watches the screens outside Times Square Studios as he awaits the results of the U.S. presidential election. Credit: Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
There are long queues across America as the country decides on its next president; Relations between the EU and Turkey worsen significantly; Developers are touting a superfast twelve minute 'Hyperloop' transport system between Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
(Photo: Citizens vote in Alhambra, Los Angeles County. Credit: Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images)
Voting underway as Americans choose next president; Former President Marcos to be reburied in the heroes' cemetery in the Philippines; Prince Harry lashes out at press coverage of girlfriend
(Photo: A man casts his ballot at a polling station in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire, the first voting to take place in the 2016 US presidential election; Credit: AFP/Getty Images)
US election day looms; Cyprus unification talks; How slang evolved to describe corruption in Mexico
(Photo: Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump. Credit: AFP/GETTY)
Donald Trump revives his claim that the US election is rigged after the FBI says Hillary Clinton should not face criminal charges over her emails; Pressure is growing on Myanmar's defacto leader Aung San Suu Kyi to investigate claims that the Burmese army has been abusing Rohingya Muslims; Producing music and news programmes on Syria's private radio stations, despite strict government controls.
(Photo: Supporters at a rally for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in Sterling Heights, Michigan on November 6. Credit: AFP/Getty Images)