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Rival cartels clash kills 11 in Mexico
A prison face-off between members of two rival cartels caused a riot and fatal shootouts in the border city of Juarez, most of the victims in which were civilians
Power outage leaves businesses in the dark in Toronto
The power failure saw workers from downtown towers spill onto the streets shutting down many cafes and restaurants during peak business hour
Classified material had been returned: Trump lawyer
A lawyer for the former US president signed a statement in June after Jay Bratt, a top national security official, visited Trump's South Florida beach club, the New York Times reported
Trump's Mar-a-Lago, a security 'nightmare'
FBI agents seize top secret documents at the former US president's Florida home
Polio virus found in NYC wastewater
State authorities are urging unvaccinated New Yorkers to get vaccinated as health officials suggest local transmission of the virus
Biden to hit the road ahead of US midterms
He plans to travel across the United States in the coming weeks to tout a series of legislative wins in a bid to boost his party's chances in the looming midterm elections
FBI sought nuclear documents in search of Trump's home
It was not clear if such documents were recovered from the former president's Florida residence
Toronto suffers power failure
Toronto is Canada's biggest city and its financial capital, and the central business district is home to the biggest banks, insurers and stock exchange operator
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