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SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (AP) — Hillary Clinton is rolling out a comprehensive plan today to address millions of Americans coping with mental illness. Clinton's campaign has released its approach to mental health care, aimed at ensuring that Americans would no longer separate mental health from physical health in terms of access, care and quality of treatment. The Democratic presidential nominee's agenda would focus on early diagnosis and intervention and create a national initiative for suicide prevention.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump says that on Wednesday, he'll deliver a detailed speech on his proposal to crack down on illegal immigration. There are questions as to what Trump will say about a "deportation force" he talked about in November that would eject the estimated 11 million people in the U.S. illegally. Meanwhile, starting today, the Trump campaign plans to begin airing ads in nine competitive states in a more than $10 million ad buy.
MOSCOW (AP) — Two international rights groups are accusing the Ukrainian government and Russia-backed separatist rebels of using torture and secrete detentions. Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch say 13 people have been released from a Security Service of Ukraine compound since the groups' report came out. The groups say five people are still being secretly detained in a government compound. Fighting in eastern Ukraine has killed more than 9,500 people since it began in 2014.
BAGHDAD (AP) — At least 15 people are dead after a suicide bomber struck a wedding south of Baghdad. An Iraqi security official says five suicide bombers took part in the attack and another four attackers were killed by security forces. The official says the attackers were members of the Islamic State group.
STOCKHOLM (AP) — Environmental officials in Norway are calling it an unusually large natural disaster. More than 300 wild reindeer have been killed by lighting in central Norway. Officials have released eerie images showing a jumble of reindeer carcasses scattered across a small area on a mountain plateau. The agency says 323 animals were killed, including 70 calves in a lightning storm Friday.
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