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US Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Friday she will abide by decisions of the FBI and prosecutors on whether to bring charges over presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton's use of personal email while at the State Department. The announcement by Lynch was pushed to the fore after her impromptu meeting with former president Bill Clinton at the Phoenix, Arizona airport this week touched off a political firestorm. In a noteworthy admission, the top US law enforcement official recognized the private encounter has "cast a shadow" over the investigation into Clinton's emails in the runup to the November general election.
United Nations (United States) (AFP) - The United Nations said Friday it is investigating allegations that peacekeepers in the Central African Republic have sexually abused two minors, the latest in a wave of shocking cases to hit the UN mission.