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SBS World News Radio: Russia's main opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, to face court after having been arrested along with hundreds of anti-corruption protestors. 
Chinese premier Li Keqiang has played down what he calls his country's so-called military build-up in the South China Sea, after meeting with Prime Minister...

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A national study of wastewater confirms what authorities have long suspected - methylamphetamine use is soaring around Australia.
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