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ABC News 14h
"The death toll is 67 and more than 30,000 families have been displaced" - As monsoon floods tear through Nepal, from the updates on the latest details...
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TheCraziestScientist Jul 10
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ABC News Jun 20
Whisky aficionado, endorses new rules by the governing body of scotch, dictating the spirit must be distilled in Scotland from water and malted barley and aged in the country for three years in special oak casks.
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ABC News Jun 19
As Donald Trump pledged to cure cancer, eradicate AIDs and send astronauts to Mars during his campaign launch in Florida, Dr Robert Gutsche Jr from tells most of the President's supporters are more concerned about "how to put food on the table"...
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we’re FREEEE Jul 5
i love yuta so much and i truly hope everything goes well for him in the future. i hope he’s always happy and that perhaps eventually, he’ll get that japanese friend he wants... he really means # to me and i just want him to smile lots!!
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ABC News Jun 28
As concerns grow for Alek Sigley - the Australian believed to be missing in North Korea - intelligence consultant Prof. John McKay tells while it's difficult to pinpoint exactly what's going on, he doesn't get the sense Mr Sigley is in any sort of trouble
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ABC News Jun 17
'It's growing. It's not reducing at all,' says human rights advocate David Kilgour, of China's alleged forced organ harvesting program which the 'China Tribunal' have been investigating.
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ABC News Jul 5
Hong Kong, pro-democracy advocate, tells , protests will continue until the government listens to the 'voice of the people' and withdraws the extradition bill.
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estoyenfermo Jul 10
A baby is crying cause he knows he's borning in a shit place
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ABC News Jun 19
International Politics Professor Scott Lucas from tells while the naming and charging of four suspects in the downing of flight over Ukraine is significant on many levels, it's also limited from a legal standpoint...
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ABC News Jul 2
"They [protesters] may face imprisonment for years but they told us they are well prepared for it." Hong Kong Democratic Party politician Lam Cheuk-ting on anti-Beijing protests turning violent.
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ABC News Jun 27
Confronting images of migrants, who’ve died trying to slip into the US, stem from violence and poverty in their home countries, Mexican based journalist tells
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ABC News Jul 3
"This is not just about Italy, it's happening across EU member states." Migration expert on the case of German ship captain, Carola Rackete, who brought African migrants to Italy.
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ABC News Jun 21
Filmmaker joins to discuss his short documentary ahead of its premiere at , while commenting on how the plight of asylum seekers has remained mostly unchanged in the 18 months since it was made...
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ABC News Jun 24
With Turkey's ruling AK Party losing control of Istanbul in a re-run of its mayoral election, former diplomat tells the result shows democracy is still able to function in the country despite a wave of recent shortcomings...
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ABC News Jul 4
As Russia reveals a secret submarine that suffered a deadly fire is in fact nuclear-powered, Associate Professor Alexey Muraviev from tells the case puts to rest several myths about Russia's military capabilities...
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ABC News 13h
"The last two years I lost contact with my family" - from the Australia East Turkistan Association speaks with about what he calls the "cultural genocide" being inflicted on China's population, which includes his family...
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