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Kamala Harris makes history as first woman of color elected US vice-president

California senator, who is of Indian and Jamaican heritage, will be first elected woman in White House

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Kamala Harris has become vice-president-elect of the US, the first time in history that a woman, and a woman of color, has been elected to such a position in the White House.

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