More than 50 people died in Israeli strikes across Gaza Wednesday, including seven members of one family, sending the Palestinian toll from 23 days of fighting...
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Even though Colin Wright was born with cerebral palsy, it hasn't stopped the 60-year-old from having sexual encounters. Rachel, a sex worker who regularly sees...
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The internet will soon take over from TV as Australia's favourite entertainment source, as the country breaches the "digital tipping point".
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Photos posted on social media by two men accused of fighting alongside insurgents in the Middle East may be evidence of war crimes, according to Attorney-General...
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Timothy DeLaGhetto, a popular YouTube celebrity who is mostly known for his obscene jokes and television spoofs showed a completely different side when he shared...
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Senator Sarah Hanson-Young has backed calls for the Immigration Minister to step down as the legal guardian for unaccompanied asylum seeker children as the...
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Jetstar has apologised after a crew member warned passengers returning from a NSW music festival to flush any illegal drugs down the toilet before landing.
More than 10 million people are expected to visit Bali this year, but locals say the demands of tourists are increasingly threatening the Indonesian island’s future.
Prominent writer and atheist Richard Dawkins has caused controversy after tweeting that 'date rape is bad, stranger rape at knifepoint is worse.'
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Since it claimed its first victims in Guinea last March, the Ebola virus epidemic has killed 660 people in three countries and infected nearly 1,100—more lethal...
The 2014 Commonwealth Games takes place in Glasgow from 23 July - 3 August 2014.
EXCLUSIVE: Australian governments have spent over $A2 million on an Australian man fighting extradition to Croatia over war crimes allegations.

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The Transport Workers Union has called on the federal government to intervene in ensuring flight safety, as international aviation officials pushed for better...
The parents of an Australian woman killed in the downed MH17 flight have laid a bouquet of flowers at the crash site in eastern Ukraine.
The Hilversum military barracks are surrounded by Dutch forest. It's a pretty place.
FIFA has rejected calls to move the 2018 World Cup from Russia, saying the tournament "can achieve positive change".

Flying over Iraq is safe: Qantas

Qantas says there is no suggestion flying over Iraq is unsafe for commercial airlines despite a decision by Emirates to steer clear of the volatile nation.
Confidence in air travel has taken a beating around the world in the past week, but despite a spate of accidents the experts say there's no cause of alarm.
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In pictures: Colin and Rachel

Colin Wright was born with cerebral palsy, but the disability hasn't stopped the 60-year-old from having sexual encounters. Rachel, a sex worker, regularly sees Colin, and believes everyone has a right to have sex, no matter their disability.
Gin is back in fashion and Australia’s at the vanguard, with a surge in popularity of distinctive, small batch spirits from micro distilleries.
Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Fitr which marks the end of the month of Ramadan.
The four-day pop culture extravaganza celebrates film, TV, video games, comic books, costumes and other popular arts. More than 150,000 fans are expected to attend the 45th annual Comic-Con in San Diego, California on July 24, 2014 at the San Diego Convention Center.
The opening ceremony for the 20th Commonwealth Games has kicked off in front of a 40,000 capacity crowd bathed in sunshine at Celtic Park, Glasgow.
The Netherlands has held a national day of mourning as the bodies of some of the MH17 victims have arrived in the country.
As the world mourns the loss of 298 MH17 crash victims and with world leaders calling for investigation to start immediately, bodies are being flown to the Netherlands to begin process of identification.
Joko Widodo has become Indonesia's first civilian president elected into office, winning by 53 per cent against opponent, Prabowo Subianto.
Australian chefs feed the public to raise awareness of food waste in an initiative with charity OzHarvest and the United Nations. Australian's throw out $10 billion worth of edible food every year, while two million people still rely on food relief.