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Hillary Clinton, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, and Donald Trump, 2016 Republican presidential nominee, stand on stage during the second U.S. presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S., on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016. As has become tradition, the second debate will resemble a town hall meeting, with the candidates free to sit or roam the stage instead of standing behind podiums, while members of the audience -- uncommitted voters, screened by the Gallup Organization -- will ask half the questions. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Donald Trump’s claims: ‘The US is giving back $150bn to a terrorist state’ The US is not giving any of its own money to Iran as part of an interna(...)

 Democrat Hillary Clinton (R) and Republican Donald Trump (L) during the second Presidential Debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, USA,  October 9th, 2016. The third and final debate will be held 19 October in Nevada. Photograph: Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA

Noel Whelan, columnist How did this debate compare to the last one? This debate differed from the first because the context differed. This debate w(...)

Alicia Machado, who won the Miss Universe pageant in 1996, photographed in May  2016. File photograph: Emily Berl/New York Times

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump escalated his attacks on a former beauty queen used by rival Hillary Clinton to attack him by falsely c(...)

US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks as she meets with campaign supporters after the first presidential debate with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, in Westbury, New York, September 26th, 2016. Photograph: Carlos Barria/Reuters

Ruadhán Mac Cormaic, Foreign Affairs Correspondent Was it a good debate? Any viewer expecting in-depth exchanges on the range of issues facing the n(...)

 Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump acknowledges supporters’ cheers during a campaign event at the Berglund Center in Roanoke, Virginia. Photograph: Sara D Davis/Getty Images

Will Trump be Trump? The reality TV star’s freewheeling style and love of the insult allowed him to stand out in a packed field in the Republican deb(...)

The foreign affairs select committee report    repeats  US president Barack Obama’s claim that France and Britain lost interest in Libya after Muammar Gadafy was overthrown. Photograph: AFP

David Cameron’s intervention in Libya was carried out with no proper intelligence analysis, drifted into an unannounced goal of regime change and shir(...)

A suitcase filled with blocks of hashish, seized from the cargo ship Munzur in December  2015, in the office of the Guardia di Finanza, the Italian financial police force, in Palermo, Italy, in June.  Photograph: Gianni Cipriano/The New York Times

The investigators for Italy’s anti-drug unit were used to measuring the flow of hashish from Moroccan fields to European shores one speedboat or Jet (...)

Donald Trump: has accused Hillary Clinton of operating a “pay-to-play” scheme through the Clinton Foundation by offering access to wealthy foreign donors to her family’s charity when she was working at the state department. Photograph:  Ruth Fremson/The New York Times

As Hillary Clinton returns to the campaign trail after spending most of the past two weeks fundraising, questions linger about her emails and ties to (...)

“American greatness was in large part created by government investment or private investment shaped by public support, from the Erie Canal to the transcontinental railroads to the interstate highway system.” Photograph:  David McNew/Getty Images

The United States presidential campaign still has three ugly months to go, but the odds – 83 per cent odds, according to the New York Times model – ar(...)

A fighter of Libyan forces allied with the UN-backed government runs for cover during a battle with Islamic State fighters in Sirte, Libya on July 31st, 2016. Photograph: Goran Tomasevic/Reuters

The United States has launched multiple air strikes against Islamic State militants in Libya, opening a new, more persistent front against the group (...)

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