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In US, Hillary Clinton has won the Democratic primary in New Jersey, cementing her hold on her party's nomination for US President. Six states have been voted in primaries yesterday but the race in California will count the most. Her rival, Bernie Sanders, is hoping for a win in the State, where polls show the race is close.

Mrs Clinton, a former first lady, senator and US Secretary of State, is set to become the first woman to become the presidential candidate of a major US political party. Mr Sanders is projected to win the North Dakota caucuses. Meanwhile Republican presumptive nominee



Donald Trump has won in New Jersey.

In the United States, Hillary Clinton has thanked her supporters for helping her reach a historic moment for women, the Democratic nomination for President. She told cheering crowds at a rally in New York that we have reached a milestone. She said, the first time in the US history that a woman will be a major party's nominee. Earlier Clinton won the Democratic primary in New Jersey, cementing her hold on her party's nomination. She went on to win South Dakota and New Mexico, while her rival Bernie Sanders found victory in the North Dakota caucuses.


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