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Man arrested over stabbing attack on bus passengers in Luebeck, Germany

State prosecutor Ulla Hingst was quoted as saying: "Nothing can be ruled out, including a terrorist background."

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Australian navy to accompany UK's 'show of strength' in South China Sea

The Australian navy has been invited to accompany the pride of Britain’s fleet, the Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier, when it comes to the Pacific.

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Nine members of one family die when US duck boat sinks in storm

Authorities have recovered the bodies of 17 people aged 1 to 70 years old - including nine members of a single family.

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Two troubling questions for Trump in light of the new Cohen tape

"We have no knowledge of any of this," a Trump spokeswoman said at the time. That denial has now fallen apart.

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Michael Cohen recorded Trump discussing payments to Playboy model

The secret recording was seized by federal agents now investigating Trump's longtime confidant for potential bank and campaign finance crimes.

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US tourist boat capsizes, killing passengers

Seventeen people on board a tourist boat were killed when it capsized in Missouri as powerful thunderstorms passed through the country's Midwest.

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Trump is little more than Russia's puppet

The US President has so inflamed intelligence agencies that they will work harder to reveal the truth.

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Failure to extradite terrorist Neil Prakash is political

Julie Bishop and Malcolm Turnbull are 'disappointed,' but Peter Dutton says Prakash should 'rot in jail'.

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Why Donald Trump will survive his most 'serious mistake'

It seemed like one of the biggest crises of Donald Trump's presidency. Just days later a familiar pattern began falling into place.

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Former UKIP politician jailed for murdering wife

Stephen Searle had been having an argument with Anne Searle after she found out he had an affair with the partner of one of their sons.

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It will take more than a big battery to revive Musk's glow

It looks as if the Musk that seemed a member of the new generation of wunderkind was in fact just the creation of crack minders and marketers.

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Railing against corruption, Imran Khan is on the cusp of power

The country's woes are due to traitorous political leaders who have abandoned the people of Pakistan, the cricketer-turned-politician declares.

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Brazil's 'Dr Butt' arrested after patient death: police

A plastic surgeon known as "Dr Bumbum" or "Dr Butt" on social media because of his buttock-enhancement operations was arrested on Thursday in Rio de Janeiro.

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US government to alert public to foreign meddling operations

US Justice Department plans to alert the public to foreign operations targeting US democracy under a new policy designed to counter disinformation campaigns.

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Israeli law declares country the ‘nation-state of the Jewish people’

Netanyahu of Israel has long demanded that the Palestinians acknowledge his country's existence as the "nation-state of the Jewish people".

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Trump morphs into Putin on Time magazine's cover photo

A photo illustration blending portraits of President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin is Time magazine's latest provocative cover ...

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Australia is wrong, we are friends to the Pacific says China

Foreign ministry challenges Australia to "name one example with specific details as to where, when and how China caused unsustainable debt?"

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Trump invited Putin to Washington for summit: White House

President Donald Trump invited Russian leader Vladimir Putin to Washington for a summit in the northern autumn.

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'Despicable': Harvey Weinstein claims he had a 'bargain' with Ashley Judd

Weinstein's allegations mark a bold legal strategy for the disgraced former movie executive.

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Asbestos fears after steam-pipe explosion under Fifth Avenue, New York

Five people, including three civilians, suffered minor injuries from the blast on 21st Street which left a crater roughly six by 4.5 metres.

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Australian terrorist Neil Prakash may go free from Turkish court

Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop has expressed disappointment at a Turkish court's decision to reject the extradition of Australian terrorist ...

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France's Macron under fire after aide caught beating protester

Critics of Macron said the incident reinforced perceptions of a lofty, out-of-touch president.

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Greece accuses Russia of meddling in Macedonia deal

Greece accused four Russians of trying to whip up opposition to the agreement by encouraging protests against the agreement with Macedonia.

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Man who inspired 'Good Morning, Vietnam' film has died

Adrian Cronauer, the man whose military radio antics inspired a character played by Robin Williams in the film Good Morning, Vietnam, has died. He ...

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North Korea has 2.6 million 'modern slaves', new report estimates

Australian mining magnate and anti-slavery campaigner Andrew Forrest has published a global index of modern slavery.

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'Less predictable and less committed': Bishop's pointed speech on 'disruptive' US

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said she is "yet to absorb the impact" of Trump's claim he misspoke in Helsinki.

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Rival reporters facing a hostile White House try a new tactic: solidarity

White House reporters have privately debated how aggressively they should work together to get their questions answered.

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