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More than 130,000 people have been displaced from rural areas around the northeast Syrian border as a result of fighting between Turkish-led forces and Kurdish militia
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More than 130,000 people have been displaced from rural areas around the northeast Syrian border as a result of fighting between Turkish-led forces and Kurdish militia, the United Nations said.
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The Gold Coast is lobbying to be reclassified from 'metro' to 'regional' under Australia’s migration system in order to bring in more skilled migrants and international students.
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Turkish-backed forces are deliberately releasing detainees affiliated with IS from unguarded prison camps in northern Syria, according to several US officials.
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Human rights groups say an Indonesian lawyer was likely killed for protecting the environment.
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John Baldock 2h
Aiming high. ⁦⁩ new Brazilian NBA recruit all set for his ⁦⁩ debut on Friday. Full story on ⁦⁩ tonight
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Pro-democracy activists will descend on Canberra to lobby politicians to 'stand with' their movement amid unrelenting protests in Hong Kong.
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Mike Pence and Rudy Giuliani have declared they will not comply with a subpoena issued as part of the House of Representatives impeachment inquiry.
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An Iranian asylum seeker who has a history of violence is set to become the first person to be refused transfer to Australia under the legislation
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Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton will bar the father of an asylum seeker on Nauru accompanying his daughter to Australia for medical treatment.
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Matt Connellan 4h
The unmistakeable sound of bagpipes - Rehearsal for the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo
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A West Papuan woman has gone under the knife in Australia to remove benign facial tumours after spending a lifetime struggling to eat, drink and speak.
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After an infamous spacesuit flub earlier this year that resulted in accusations of sexism, NASA now plans to carry out the first all-female spacewalk this week.
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Legislation to reinstate a controversial licensing scheme for music festivals will be introduced by the NSW government as Premier Gladys Berejiklian continues to rebuff calls to introduce pill testing.
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Britain and the EU appear to be making progress on a draft Brexit deal as the deadline fast approaches.
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'Please, please stop this war.' A young Kurdish girl has made a heartfelt plea to the world as the conflict in northern Syria escalates.
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One of the most violent campaigns in the southern African country's history had sparked concerns the vote could test a fragile peace deal sealed earlier this year.
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Ben Lewis 7h
So at 9pm ye old London time, where are we on ? Downing St saying not to get too excited about a deal just yet. EU says it might be a long night of talks. DUP (Tory allies in Northern Ireland) says gaps remain and more work is needed.
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Police in northern Nigeria have freed pupils, aged between seven and 40, who were beaten and abused at an Islamic boarding school.
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