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- US friendly fire kills at least eight Afghan policemen in He
- Justin Bieber has been banned from China for 'bad behaviour'
- Billions of tons of plastic trash accumulating on Earth, say
- US teenager survives bear attack after waking to animal 'cru
- U.S. Senator McCain says Republican healthcare bill likely d
- US destroyer's intrusion into Chinese waters unacceptable
President Donald Trump, right, gives a thumbs up as Liberty University president, Jerry Falwell Jr., left, watches during of commencement ceremonies at the school in Lynchburg, Va., Saturday, May 13, 2017.
'Your worst nightmare: a successful Donald Trump presidency'
- Classic Charlier goal sets up Belgian triumph
- The steely determination behind Canberra's Michael Matthews
- Tour De France: Michael Matthews could become 'Australia's g
- Spain road trip: Málaga to Jerez
- British expat in Spain fears losing access to healthcare aft
- Spain road trip: San Sebastián to Valencia
Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks to the students while visiting the Sirius Educational Centre for Gifted Children in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, Russia, Friday, July 21, 2017.
Vladimir Putin: 'I may not leave Russian presidency'
Asia Middle East
- Sanjay Kothari to be secretary, Ashok Malik press secretary
- Japan's bazaar app Mercari applies for IPO - Nikkei
- As Shankersinh Vaghela quits Congress, political plot thicke
- Toyota eyes mass EV output in China as early as 2019: report
- Seeking new opportunities
- ‘It's flavourful as hell’: welcome to Hawaii’s annual Spam f
DC superheroes posters on display at a toy convention. Taken on June 2017.
'Shazam!' will be DC's next movie to shoot
- COLUMN-Saudi Arabia curtails crude flow to United States: Ke
- US warns Iran of 'new and serious consequences' if Americans
- Qatar Airways flights from Canberra to Middle East to fly vi
- Jordan Spieth copes best in grim conditions to lead British
- Jordan Spieth excited about Open duel with Matt Kuchar
- The Latest: Fighting in Afghan province kills 11 police
Activist of Kashmiri Teherek-E- Khwaateen Chairperson during a protest march in Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir, 17 February 2016.  when they were protesting against the alleged crackdown on students in New Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University, arrest of a former Delhi University professor, S A R Geelani and killings of two students alleged by Indian soldiers in south Kashmir's Pulwama district 14 February 2016.
How the UAE could bring down education costs
South America Africa
- Spain road trip: Madrid to Santiago de Compostela
- Venezuela row as Congress appoints judges
- Venezuela women's volleyball team goes missing on way to pla
- Exclusive: U.S. weighs financial sanctions to hit Venezuela'
- U.S. weighs financial sanctions to hit Venezuela's oil reven
- Brazil’s Cunha defends open-water marathon crown
Venezuela must respect opposition rights at protest: UN
- Nigeria: Osinbajo Seeks Additional N135.6 Billion for 2017 B
- Nigeria: FRSC Boss Laments Attacks On His Men, Vows to Fight
- Allan Massie: England must get heads down against South Afri
- South African dietician alleges Melbourne science conference
- Chad Collins misses 59 chance, parring final 2 holes for 60
- Bengaluru couple loses Rs 1.3 crore to Nigerian 'lottery'
Two lions lounge by weeds and plants inside their secluded area in a zoo. Taken on May 2017.
Lion 'kills 10-year-old girl just metres from her home in Zimbabwe'
Australia Caribbean
- Explosive email in pay dispute warns Ashes series under thre
- Australia says Chinese spy ship near war games
- Student Loans Company quadrupled my interest rate – just for
- Anushka Sharma: I feel the choices I've made were brave
- ACA manager 'seeking jobs' for Australian cricketers
- Big swells, rough surf conditions ahead of mild week in Sydn
In this May 2016 image provided by the City of Minneapolis, police officer Mohamed Noor poses for a photo at a community event welcoming him to the Minneapolis police force. Noor, a Somali-American, has been identified by his attorney as the officer who fatally shot Justine Damond, of Australia, late Saturday, July 15, 2017, after she called 911 to report what she believed to be an active sexual assault.
Justine Damond: Australia waits for answers in 'American nightmare'
- Truth, half-truth and statistics
- Mexico, Jamaica into Gold Cup semi-finals
- UN official says Haiti peacekeeping a mission accomplished
- Obituary: Bernard J Nottage, Bahamian international sprinter
- College student from Dominican Republic killed in NY crash
- Virgin Atlantic flight to Jamaica diverted after ‘drunk’ pas
President Donald Trump arrives at the White House in Washington, Friday, June 16, 2017, after speaking about Cuba policy in Miami.
Trumplomacy: Four takeaways from Trump's Cuba policy
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