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Comment: I hope your steak gores you

American Bill Hillmann, co-author of a popular bull run guide, was recently gored in Pamplona. The public's response shows just how much perspective has been lost...
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Whether you’ve been banging your head against the wall for days or just woke up to a problem this morning, the desire for a creative boost is a powerful one. Here...
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Tracking devices used in thousands of common websites without people's knowledge raises new concerns about online piracy.
Contrary to the common misconception, there is no universal sign language. According to a recent estimate, there are 138 variations of sign language in the world...
There is still a prevailing view that “there are too many students”. This idea needs to be challenged because it is the opposite of what we should be encouraging.
As Joko Widodo soaks up the glory of becoming Indonesia’s seventh President, spare a thought for those who aspire to similar lofty heights, only to come crashing...

Comment: Hacking affair is not over

In the latest episode in the long-running saga that is the phone hacking affair, Dan Evans, a former journalist at the News of the World and Sunday Mirror, has...
Your local park is likely playing a vital role in your city’s health, and probably your own too.
History and recent events suggest that justice under international law is elusive and difficult to deliver.
Trying to understand why Syrian deaths no longer seem to matter.
The world is transfixed by the conflict in Gaza, as the death tolls of both Palestinians and Israelis killed in the fighting continue to rise. It has animated...
It might be better to take the long way around.
The primary tool used to optimise the aerodynamics of the bicycle-rider system is the wind tunnel, fast becoming a necessity for top-performing teams across the...
More than two-thirds of chicken produced in the UK is contaminated with disease-causing bacteria, an investigation by The Guardian has revealed.

Comment: How to save Gaza

After two weeks of protests and denunciations, it's time to acknowledge that outrage won't end the war in Gaza. The most plausible way to stop this cycle of...
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Dutch rider wins inaugural women's Tour de France

World champion Marianne Vos sprinted to victory on the Champs-Elysees in Paris in the inaugural women’s La Course race organised by the Tour de France.
The medals continue to pile up for Australia on day three of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, with seven more gold medals resulting in Australia taking top...
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The National Council of Churches in Australia is warning of the possibility of a mass cleansing of Christians in Iraq.
A young Belgian woman sexually assaulted on her third day to Australia has refused to allow the brutal attack to stop her from seeing the country's beauty.
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Correction: World News July 2, 2014

On the 2 July, SBS World News inaccurately referred to the deceased British Television personality, Jimmy Savile, as a convicted paedophile.