Hundreds of people march in Sydney to support detained refugees
Hundreds of people march in Sydney to support detained refugees

Hundreds of people have staged a protest rally in the Australian city of Sydney, demanding that the refugees held at notorious Australian...

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Polls open in Austria’s general elections
Polls open in Austria’s general elections

A cameraman films people entering a polling station during general elections in Vienna, Austria, on October 15, 2017. (Photo by AFP) A...

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Australia aircraft data stolen in cyber attack
Australia aircraft data stolen in cyber attack

This picture, taken on January 18, 2017, shows a US F-35 stealth fighter jet landing at the US Marine’s Iwakuni Air Station in Iwakuni, Ya...

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Australian politicians may lose seats in dual citizenship cases
Australian politicians may lose seats in dual citizenship cases

This file photo shows Australian Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce (R) listening to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (L) during a Sydney ...

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Vatican’s Finance Chief Cardinal George Pell appears in Australian court over ‘sex abuse’
Vatican’s Finance Chief Cardinal George Pell appears in Australian court over ‘sex abuse’

Cardinal George Pell arrives for his committal hearing relating to charges of historical sex abuse at the Melbourne Magistrates Court, in ...

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Court obligates Australia to pay damages to refugees
Court obligates Australia to pay damages to refugees

Refugee advocates take part in a protest against a government decision to cut welfare assistance to some 100 asylum seekers transported to...

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Austria’s ruling Social Democratic Party sues Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz ahead elections
Austria’s ruling Social Democratic Party sues Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz ahead elections

Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz (Photo by AFP) Austria’s ruling Social Democratic Party (SPO) is suing Foreign Minister Sebasti...

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Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz warns Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan against meddling in European elections
Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz warns Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan against meddling in European elections

Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz (Photo by AFP) The Austrian foreign minister has warned President Recep Tayyip Erdogan against ...

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Australian right-wing senator chastised for burqa ‘stunt’
Australian right-wing senator chastised for burqa ‘stunt’

Australian senator Pauline Hanson wears a burqa in the Senate chamber at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, August 17, 2017. (Photo ...

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Barnaby Joyce could be disqualified over dual citizenship
Barnaby Joyce could be disqualified over dual citizenship

This photo taken on July 5, 2016 shows Australian Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce (R) listening to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (L)...

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United Nations warns of escalating crisis at Australian refugee camp after death
United Nations warns of escalating crisis at Australian refugee camp after death

Refugees and asylum-seekers holding a vigil for an Iranian asylum-seeker who was found dead at a processing facility on Papua New Guinea o...

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Police in Australia charge two men over plane bomb, gas device plots
Police in Australia charge two men over plane bomb, gas device plots

Australian Federal Police Deputy Commissioner Michael Phelan (R) speaks to the media beside New South Wales Police Deputy Commissioner Dav...

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Australia foils Takfiri-inspired ‘terror plot’ aimed at downing plane
Australia foils Takfiri-inspired ‘terror plot’ aimed at downing plane

Police speak to passersby as they man a check point in the inner Sydney suburb of Surry Hills on July 29, 2017. (Photos by AFP) Australi...

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Australia calls on China to do more to contain North Korea
Australia calls on China to do more to contain North Korea

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop (photo by AFP) Australia has stressed that China can play a more effective role in containing t...

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Australia demands answers on US police killing of national
Australia demands answers on US police killing of national

Australia has demanded explanation from the United States on the fatal shooting of an Australian national by a police officer in the Amer...

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Australian government to boost army powers in response to potential terror attacks
Australian government to boost army powers in response to potential terror attacks

The Australian prime minister says Canberra is set to extend the powers of the military to take action in response to potential terrorist...

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Australian government mulls contentious cybersecurity law
Australian government mulls contentious cybersecurity law

Facebook has warned that weakening end-to-end encryption services so that police could eavesdrop would leave communications vulnerable to ...

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Australian Special Forces probed for unlawful killing of Afghan civilians
Australian Special Forces probed for unlawful killing of Afghan civilians

A file photo of Australian special forces (by Reuters) Australian Special Forces are under a secret defense investigation for the unlawf...

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Cardinal George Pell returns to Australia to face sexual abuse charges
Cardinal George Pell returns to Australia to face sexual abuse charges

Australian Cardinal George Pell looks on as he makes a statement at the Holy See Press Office, Vatican City on June 29, 2017 after being ...

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