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More than 60 people have been killed in twin suicide bomb blasts at a camp for people displaced by the Boko Haram group in northern Nigeria.
A missing Victorian mother of four missed her youngest child's birthday, leading police to believe she may have met with foul play.
Australian retailers are targeting Chinese tourists for an estimated $500 million spending spree during Lunar New Year.
Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss is tipped to reveal his retirement from politics on Thursday, after Trade Minister Andrew Robb announced he would leave.
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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is expected to receive a report from his department head about a private trip one of his ministers took to China in 2014.
North Korea has executed its army chief of staff, Ri Yong Gil, South Korea's Yonhap news agency has reported.

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In pictures: Lunar New Year 2016

Celebrations for Lunar New Year were colourful and loud.
Christmas Island has a long, often dark, Chinese history that spans more than 100 years of phosphate mining.
Parts of the US East Coast have been buried in snow up to 76cm deep, while coastal areas like New Jersey have been submerged under record high tides.
Seven people are dead after terror attacks in Jakarta.
Front pages around the globe have paid tribute to David Bowie, 69, who died on 10 January after an 18 month battle with cancer.
David Bowie, the visionary British rock star who coupled hits such as 'Space Oddity' with trend-setting pop personas like 'Ziggy Stardust,' employed a a wide range of musical styles, and his costumes were diverse too. Here are nine examples from Ziggy Stardust, to Jareth, to plain-clothed Bowie.
Cities around the globe have been bringing in New Year's Day with captivating fireworks displays and light shows. Here are some of the festivities welcoming 2016 from east to west.

In pictures: Spain's wildfires

Wildfires continue to burn across Spain's northern areas after an unusual dry spell.
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Not long after large deposits of bauxite were discovered in remote northeast Arnhem Land, a thriving township was built. Rare archival photographs from 1971 document Nhulunbuy’s whirlwind construction.