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Mexican leader admits shortcomings on security at launch of new police force

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Sunday his 7-month-old government had yet to make progress in tackling record levels of violence afflicting the country as he launched a new militarised police force tasked with fixing the problem.

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Yattara scores twice for Guinea to down 10-man Burundi

CAIRO (Reuters) - Mohamed Yattara scored a brace of goals as Guinea defeated 10-man Burundi 2-0 in their Africa Cup of Nations Group B clash on Sunday to give themselves a strong chance of a place in the knockout stages.

Football

Morgan puts body on the line in pursuit of World Cup glory

LYON (Reuters) - Alex Morgan said she has adapted to being targeted by opposition defenders who are determined to throw the usually prolific United States striker off stride at the women's World Cup.

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Two aides to Lebanese minister killed as convoy hit by gunfire - minister

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Two aides to a Lebanese Druze minister were killed on Sunday when his convoy came under fire as it passed through an area loyal to a rival Druze faction, in what the minister called an assassination attempt.

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Brazil president says EU-Mercosur deal to come into force in up to three years

(Reuters) - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Sunday that it could take up to three years for the free-trade deal agreed by the European Union and South American bloc Mercosur to come into force, as it depends on approvals by lawmakers of all countries involved.

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World Pride parade preempted by anti-corporate dissidents

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The world's marquee gay pride parade was preempted by thousands of anti-corporate dissidents who staged their own protest on Sunday, rejecting a uniformed police presence and commercial sponsorship while also demanding LGBTQ equality.

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Senior military official says snipers shooting civilians and soldiers in Khartoum

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - A senior member of Sudan's military leadership said unknown snipers shot at least five civilians and three paramilitary soldiers on Sunday as tens of thousands marched in the capital demanding a return to civilian rule.

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Highlights: EU leaders meet to decide on bloc's top jobs, Timmermans frontrunner

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union leaders meet on Sunday to decide who wins the bloc's top posts, with Dutch socialist Frans Timmermans in pole position to be named the EU's next chief executive, diplomats and officials said.