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The next global AIDS conference will be held in South Africa, the world's most affected country.
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Prime Minister Tony Abbott says more human remains and wreckage has been found at the MH17 crash site.
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Newman's olive branch 'insincere'

The man who headed the landmark 1980s inquiry into Queensland corruption says the government's olive branch to judges is 'politically motivated'.
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An activist who issued a hoax press release has been handed a suspended jail sentence.
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Germany may have won the World Cup but Australia has toppled them to win the robotic version, RoboCup 2014, in Brazil.
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The International AIDS Society denies Russia was excluded from a conference session addressing the fight against the epidemic in its region.
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UNE head denies hotel deal calls

The former head of the University of New England says he had no idea about documents drawn up committing him to ownership of a near-$3 million country hotel.
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The West Australian victims of the Ukraine plane disaster have been honoured at a memorial service in Perth.
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A group of Tamil asylum seekers will be transferred to the Australian mainland, Immigration Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed.
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A senior Queensland minister and former solicitor says judges have a role in helping the government tackle gang-related crime.
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A Melbourne inquest has been told that slain police informer Terence Hodson feared something would happen to him but felt safe in his own home.
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Russia's more 'positive approach' to the MH17 disaster meant further sanctions may not be needed, says Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss.
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Tamil asylum seekers held at sea by Australian authorities for weeks are believed to be on their way to the Australian Territory of the Cocos Islands.
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MH17: The long journey home begins

When they reach their final resting place, the Australian victims of flight MH17 will be festooned in the phosphorus stars of the Southern Cross.
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Australian journalist Peter Greste's appeal of his conviction and seven-year jail sentence is a necessary move towards any early release, an expert says.
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