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Britain's opposition Labour leader said on Sunday he would not resign despite more than a third of his senior team withdrawing their support for him, plunging the...
Federal Labor has accused the coalition of neglect as it jumps on allegations of corruption within Australia's customs agencies.
A new report showing the high rate of suicide among indigenous people in WA's Kimberley region has led to calls for better suicide prevention strategies.

Abducted Aussies traumatised

A Perth-based mining company says it's doing all it can to get three Australians and a New Zealander home after their abduction ordeal in Nigeria.
As the parties enter the last week of campaigning the coalition is edging ahead of Labor, as economic stability takes centre stage amid post-Brexit nerves.
In a freewheeling conversation Pope Francis has said the church should seek forgiveness from homosexuals for the way they have been treated.
Racial abuse and hate crimes have reportedly been on the rise in Britain following Friday's Brexit referendum where the country voted to leave the European Union....

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Treasurer Scott Morrison says the coalition's election costings will be released on Tuesday.
The bellwether seat of Eden Monaro this time takes in new areas after the redistribution of boundaries.
The prime minister has unveiled a suite of new social policies at the coalition launch as he urged voters not to back independents.
The Greens expect to add one or two lower house seats after Saturday's election.

Vote 2016: Libs' low-key launch

As we approach the final week of this marathon election campaign, our senior political correspondent Daniela Ritorto is travelling with the Turnbull camp on the...
International scientists have sent a letter to Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull imploring him to do more to conserve the nation's reefs.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten will release his positive plans for Queensland while campaigning in Townsville.

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After a month of fierce fighting, Fallujah is 'fully liberated' from Islamic State, a senior Iraqi army commander says.
Spain's incumbent conservatives stole the show away from a far-left coalition led by Podemos Sunday, finishing stronger in repeat elections with more seats than...
Ten people including eight children were injured Sunday when a rollercoaster crashed at a theme park in Scotland, police and media reports said.
A graphic video of five Syrian journalists being killed by the Islamic State has emerged.
Support for US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has plunged to 39 per cent, as Democratic rival Hillary Clinton's support rises.
An independent Scotland would be welcome to join the European Union, a senior German lawmaker and ally of Chancellor Angela Merkel has said after Britain's vote...
Seven people were hospitalised with at least two in critical condition after a stabbing spree broke out during a neo-Nazi rally Saturday at California's state...

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With the majority of the votes counted in the UK’s EU referendum, it looks like the Leave campaign has pulled off a surprise victory.
A Greek-Australian hip-hop star has teamed up with Sydney University students to present a re-imagining of Homer's 'The Odyssey'.
Katanning is an Australian regional town where the migrant population has not only boosted the economy, but it’s also created a sense of harmony that locals say...
The future of an entire South Australian town remains in doubt following a mine closure, and a mass exodus. Could a proposal from Traditional Owners help it...

The making of Eddie Jones

WATCH: One-on-one interview with the coach of England's rugby team, Eddie Jones, on racism and rising to the top.
A Swedish footballer has been left red faced after he was red carded for farting during a football match.
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Mass events at iconic world landmarks help to kick off the second United Nations International Yoga Day as people around the world take part in celebrations.
In 2015, more than 65 million people were forcibly displaced by war, conflict, persecution and human rights abuses, the UNHCR says.
Scenes of grief and support emerge from around the world following a mass shooting at a gay bar in Orlando, Florida where 50 people have died and more are injured.
Hillary Clinton has reached the number of delegates needed to clinch the Democratic US presidential nomination. Here's a look at her life and career, in pictures.
Weeks of protests in Kenya have escalated into violence as the government and opposition argue about reforming the country's electoral commission.
Sydney's northern beaches are reeling after the 'worst storms in 40 years' hit the area, while Tasmanian residents remain on high alert as flooding continues.
Go behind the scenes with Steve Chao and the crew filming with president-elect Rodrigo Duterte in the Philippines.

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