The Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe has held an emergency meeting on the fighting in Ukraine.
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An Eritrean refugee living in Melbourne gives horrific details of human traffickers and organ harvesters in the Sinai.
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Sea Shepherd is ramping up its campaign against a controversial shark kill policy.
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Treasury Wine Estates, is the subject of takeover offers that locals in South Australia's famed Barossa Valley are watching cautiously.
On the 19th of August 1989, hundreds of East German citizens holidaying in Hungary rushed across the border into Austria, while the guards turned their backs.
As the deadly Ebola virus continues to affect parts of West Africa, the Red Cross is calling on Australians to help combat the epidemic.
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Doctors are warning Australia's whole health care system could be undermined if the federal government refuses to compromise over its proposed GP co-payment plan.
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