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The CIA has not confirmed whether the released documents are real

US federal agencies have launched a criminal investigation into the public release of documents said to detail CIA hacking tools, US officials say.

They told US media that the FBI and CIA were co-ordinating the inquiry after Wikileaks published thousands of files.

Mr Trump wants a wall built on the Mexican border, enhancing the measures already there

The number of illegal immigrants crossing into the US from Mexico went down by 40% from January to February, according to the US government.

Homeland Security chief John Kelly said the "change in trends" was a result of Donald Trump's tough policies.

North Korea state media has broadcast footage purporting to show the missiles being launched

China has proposed that North Korea suspend its tests of missile and nuclear technology to "defuse a looming crisis".

Foreign Minister Wang Yi said that in exchange, the US and South Korea could halt annual joint military drills, which consistently infuriate the North.

The new pedestrian signals were installed on Tuesday

Traffic signals depicting pedestrians in dresses have been unveiled in Australia as part of a gender equality campaign. The trial programme in Melbourne is designed to "reduce unconscious bias", said to the lobby group behind them.

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