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12/11/2019 02:55 AM
White Island volcano: New volcanic activity hampers recovery efforts
Police says it's too dangerous to retrieve the eight people presumed dead that are still on the island.

12/10/2019 07:45 PM
Pensacola attack: US grounds Saudi aviation students after navy base shooting
Flights for 300 aviation students are paused after the shooting at Pensacola left three sailors dead.

12/11/2019 12:21 AM
Jersey City: Deadly gun battle kills six people
A police officer was among those killed in a battle that raged for several hours in the US.

12/10/2019 08:17 PM
Myanmar Rohingya: The supporters of Aung San Suu Kyi
Aung San Suu Kyi will defend her country against genocide accusations in court in The Hague.

12/11/2019 03:27 AM
Bougainville referendum: PNG region votes overwhelmingly for independence
The vote was non-binding - but the Papua New Guinea region could now become a sovereign country.

12/10/2019 05:55 PM
Members of child abuse WhatsApp group arrested in 11 countries
The global investigation, led by Spain's National Police, tracked down 33 members of the group.

12/10/2019 11:51 PM
'World's first' fully-electric commercial flight takes off
A fully electric seaplane flight has been hailed by operators as the start of a third "aviation era".

12/10/2019 06:19 PM
WTO chief: 'Months' needed to fix disputes body
The system for resolving world trade disputes grinds to a halt after the US blocks any new WTO judges.

12/10/2019 12:41 PM
Trump impeachment: Democrats unveil formal charges
The US president hits back after being accused of abusing his powers and obstructing Congress.

12/10/2019 02:14 PM
Assisted dying: Western Australia passes legislation
There were emotional scenes as Western Australia became the second state to legalise assisted dying.

12/10/2019 08:27 PM
Climate change: Major emitters accused of blocking progress at UN talks
Brazil, China, India and Saudi Arabia are criticised as anger grows at a UN climate change meeting.

12/10/2019 05:03 PM
Why this cattle farmer moves his cows every day
Methane emissions from cattle contribute to climate change - but Will Harris says he has a solution.

12/10/2019 07:26 PM
'Our parents ran a secret gay porn empire'
Karen and Barry Mason ran a successful gay porn business but tried to hide it from their children.

12/10/2019 07:02 PM
New Zealand volcano: Can we predict eruptions?
The country's most active volcano has erupted - but how good are scientists at predicting when this might happen?

12/10/2019 07:34 PM
Algeria elections: 'Why I give up my weekends to protest'
Algerian students put their lives on hold as they call for a poll boycott and complete political change.

12/10/2019 09:04 AM
Sanna Marin: The rising star who leads Finland's 5.5 million
Sanna Marin, who at 34 has taken power at the head of a coalition of female leaders in Finland.

12/10/2019 11:49 AM
New Zealand volcano: 'It was like the Chernobyl mini-series'
A paramedic describes the scene he witnessed at the White Island volcano eruption in New Zealand.

12/10/2019 03:45 PM
Sydney bushfire smog 'like being a heavy smoker'
The Harbour Bridge disappears in haze, as firefighters say the fires could take many weeks to contain.

12/10/2019 05:37 PM
Finland's Sanna Marin sworn in as prime minister
Finland's Sanna Marin was sworn in as prime minister as part of an all-women coalition.

12/10/2019 05:14 AM
Plane spins on runway during emergency landing in Costa Rica
The pilot warned his passengers before he brought the plane down in Costa Rica.

12/10/2019 01:39 PM
Chilled jogger calmly dodges avalanche in Canada
Watch how Bryon Howard reacts as a huge wall of snow heads towards him on a run in Lake Louise, Alberta.

12/09/2019 03:25 PM
New Zealand volcano: The moment after eruption hit
Tourists were seen walking inside the rim of the White Island crater just moments before the eruption.

12/11/2019 04:09 AM
New Zealand volcano: What we know about those affected
The latest information on the people affected by the deadly eruption on New Zealand's White Island.

12/09/2019 06:37 PM
Do apostrophes still matter?
The end of the Apostrophe Society has sparked debate over the modern state of grammar.

12/10/2019 05:32 AM
Ethiopia's Abiy Ahmed: Inside the mind of this year's Nobel Peace Prize winner
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has published a book outlining his philosophy of "medemer".

12/09/2019 10:50 PM
Citizenship Amendment Bill: India's new 'anti-Muslim' law causes uproar
Critics say the Citizenship Amendment Bill is part of the government's agenda to marginalise Muslims.

12/10/2019 06:51 AM
Ice Bucket Challenge inspiration Pete Frates dies at 34
Pete Frates championed the campaign that raised millions for research into his ALS disease.

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