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Palestinian asylum seeker who staged an 18 day hunger strike in protest of the conditions on Nauru has spoken to SBS from his hospital bed.
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Cronulla has confirmed five current players have received show cause notices from the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority over the NRL club's 2011 supplements...
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RBA boss Glenn Stevens wants businesses to be encouraged to embrace their "animal spirits" and take more risks to fuel economic growth.
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The Federal Court in Perth has dismissed federal MP Clive Palmer's application challenging CITIC's maritime security plan at Cape Preston in Western Australia's...
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Islamic State militants who released a video purportedly showing the beheading of American journalist James Wright Foley, have threatened to kill another man,...
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The number of people known to have died when a hillside collapsed in western Japan has hit 27, the government said Wednesday, with a further 10 people still...
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A frost that damaged the hazelnut crop in Turkey might be a boon to growers in Oregon — at least in the short term — even as it hits Nutella-lovers' pocketbooks.

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Footballers around the world have been adding to the long list of celebrities soaking themselves in freezing liquid as part of the Internet phenomenon that is the "Ice...
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Sahil Akhter was raised alongside trained elephants, horses and camels under one of Delhi’s most trafficked bridges. He lost his father to an accident involving...
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Noel Pearson is seen by many as Australia’s most influential Indigenous leader. As well as being chairman of the Cape York Group, he is an outspoken commentator...
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NSW Police have been granted an order to prevent protesters from demonstrating at the Israeli Film Festival in Sydney on Thursday. But protesters insist they have...
One of Sydney's daily newspapers risks being out-of-touch with a vibrant, multicultural community that deserves better.
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