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Tunisians are voting in their first presidential election since the 2011 revolution that sparked the Arab Spring, in a ballot set to round off an often fraught...
Somali Australians are warning that the closure of small money transfer services will have catastrophic consequences for their family members back home.
Former Dutch international Frans Thijssen has been installed as Brisbane Roar's interim head coach after the club confirmed the sacking of Mike Mulvey on Sunday...
The federal government is being warned to expect fresh challenges if Jacqui Lambie splits from the Palmer United Party.
Iran is open to having nuclear talks with world powers extended by up to a year if no real progress toward an agreement is achieved, an Iranian source.
Police are questioning a mother after her newborn son was found abandoned in a 2.5-metre-deep drain in Sydney.
The spectacled hare-wallaby, feared extinct in the Kimberley, has been rediscovered near Broome.

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The Albanian government has revealed a secret bunker which was built by the former communist regime to protect against a nuclear attack.
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The father of teenager, Michael Brown has appealed for calm ahead of a US grand jury decision against the officer.
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Thousands of people have rallied across the country to criticise government cuts to the public broadcasters, ABC and SBS.
Medibank Private's initial public offering on Tuesday is expected to raise $5.679 billion. Mum and dad investors have been allocated 60 per cent of the shares.
Hundreds of firefighters are on standby across SA, QLD and NSW.
Trade Minister Andrew Robb is confident that if governance provisions for the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank are met, Australia will be part of it.
Police are questioning a mother after her newborn son was found abandoned in a 2.5-metre-deep drain in Sydney.
The United Nations Security Council has criticised countries like Australia - for imposing "acts of discrimination" against people from Ebola-affected countries.

Assange welcome to stay: Ecuador

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can stay in the Ecuador embassy in London for "as long as necessary," the country's government says.
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Students protested in London overnight, rallying against higher education fee hikes.
A massive snowstorm stranded motorists, canceled flights and left at least eight people dead in the northeastern United States, officials said Wednesday.

India's Modi tours Canberra

India and Australia have committed to a free-trade agreement by the end of 2015, a pledge unveiled during Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Parliament House on Tuesday.
The 39th Annual Westchester Cat Show is produced by the Westchester Feline Club in White Plains, New York on November 15, 2014.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has received a ceremonial welcome at Parliament House in Canberra.
Enthusiastic supporters of the Indian Prime Minister have taken a 12 hour train journey from Melbourne to Sydney to hear him speak.
Thousands of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transsexuals (LGBT) march through the streets of Buenos Aires for the annual Gay Pride parade.
G20 leaders have met some of Australia's furry critters ahead of talks in Brisbane.
US President Obama was greeted with rapturous applause at the University of Queensland. He has used a speech at the G20 summit to underline the common challenges facing the US and countries in the Asia Pacific region.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has hosted the G20 leaders at a retreat and barbecue lunch before the summit kicks off on Saturday afternoon.