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The Australian Government has argued its treatment of more than 150 asylum seekers detained on the high seas hasn't breached its international obligations because...
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Japanese idol group Alice Juban (of the Alice Project agency) recently discovered A GPS tracker in a gift they had received from fans.
A children's charity in Gaza has called the conflict a 'war on children' and called for an immediate ceasefire from both sides of the conflict.
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Premier Jay Weatherill says everything is on the table as the government considers radical changes to the state's child protection system.
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Newcastle star Darius Boyd has checked into a mental health clinic to seek treatment for depression, the NRL club has revealed.
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New Yorkers awoke to find two white flags hung in place of the American flags that traditionally flutter atop the Brooklyn Bridge on Tuesday morning, baffling...

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A US man’s life changed when he took home a feathered friend and formed an inseparable bond.
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Senator Jacqui Lambie has apologised for telling radio listeners she was looking for a rich man with a 'package between their legs'.
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Footage taken with a drone has shown the extent of the damage from one of the biggest wildfires to hit Washington State, US.
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Australia’s Michael Rogers continued his season of redemption with a victory on the 16th stage of the Tour de France.
Ukraine's Prime Minister has called for all countries, particularly Russia, to cooperate with the investigation into MH17 and has said he stands by Australia.
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Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has highlighted sexism against women in public office during a live question and answer session on social media.

Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash

The latest news on the Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash

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Julie Bishop says Australian experts will soon have access to the MH17 crash site in Ukraine, following the UN Security Council vote.
A pathologist who led the investigation into the 2002 Bali Bombings has voiced concern over contamination to the MH17 crash site and the treatment of victims’...
The bodies of the victims of MH17 has left a rebel-controlled town and begun the journey to the Netherlands.
Online scammers have tried to take advantage of the MH17 disaster by setting up fake Facebook profiles of the Australian victims.
Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has welcomed the UN Security Council's backing of a resolution condemning the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17.
Malaysia Airlines has defended itself after confirming that it diverted a London to Kuala Lumpur flight over Syrian airspace when its usual route over Ukraine was...
British broadcaster Sky News apologised after one of its presenters searched through luggage at the crash site of downed flight MH17 live on air on Sunday.
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