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US President Donald J. Trump says North Korea's Kim Jong-Un is a "pretty smart cookie". [ Bit.ly Link ]
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The wooden bats are emblazoned with messages that read: "For beating drunkards" and "Police won't intervene".
The wooden bats are emblazoned with messages that read For beating drunkards

Brides in India handed bats to beat their husbands if they turn abusive

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Andy Perceval
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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has thanked the Australian and American servicemen who fought in the pivotal World War Two Battle of the Coral Sea on behalf of the generations who followed. [ Bit.ly Link ]
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The woman's mother insists she is innocent, and that she is 'scared to death' for her daughter.
The womans mother insists she is innocent and that she is scared

Adelaide woman arrested with nearly 6 kilos of cocaine in Colombia

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The remarks came amid soaring tensions with North Korea over its missile and nuclear programs.
The remarks came amid soaring tensions with North Korea over its missile

North Korea's Kim is 'a pretty smart cookie,' Trump says

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Matt Todd
Brett Elliott
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yesterday at 19:00. Facebook
The only identified Indigenous Australian woman in WWI was actually serving for Canada.
The only identified Indigenous Australian woman in WWI was actually serving for Canada

The fascinating life of WWI’s only serving Indigenous woman, Marion Leane Smith

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Christopher Ridings
Michael Emond
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New data suggests religious Americans with college experience tend to participate in services more often than their peers.
New data suggests religious Americans with college experience tend to participate in

Why educated Christians are sticking with the church

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Brigit Green
Adrian Dunn
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yesterday at 13:30. Facebook
Teeth have been around for as long as mammals have - so why are we the only ones with wisdom teeth impacting? And so many bloody cavities?
Teeth have been around for as long as mammals have so why

Why wisdom teeth are so much trouble

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Emily Brightside
Pâm Sousa
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The new film Viceroy's House explores the events leading up to the partition of India and its devastating aftermath.
The new film Viceroys House explores the events leading up to the

Film explores the devastating impact of partitioning India

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Dave Clayden
Shannon Hall
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yesterday at 10:45. Facebook
South Korean and US troops wrap up a series of large-scale military drills amid ongoing tensions over North Korea.
South Korean and US troops wrap up a series of largescale military

South Korea, US conduct military drills despite Pyongyang threats

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George Texan Morton
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An inquiry into the distribution of GST to states and territories has been ordered by Treasurer Scott Morrison.
An inquiry into the distribution of GST to states and territories has

Morrison orders review into GST distribution for states and territories

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Gary Everett
Monique Douglas
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yesterday at 09:40. Facebook
In the Amazon jungle criminal groups are illegally trafficking thousands of endangered monkeys, crocodiles and big cats every year with impunity.

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A US drone strike east of the capital Sanaa kills five suspected members of Yemen’s Al-Qaeda branch.
A US drone strike east of the capital Sanaa kills five suspected

US drone strike kills five Al-Qaeda suspects in Yemen

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Matthew Gannon
Victor Webster
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Police are investigating if a new video believed to show Khaled Sharrouf proves the Sydney terrorist survived a drone strike.
Police are investigating if a new video believed to show Khaled Sharrouf

Police probe fresh footage believed to show terrorist Khaled Sharrouf

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The White House press corps gathers for its annual dinner - a toned-down affair after Donald J. Trump snubbed the event.
The White House press corps gathers for its annual dinner a toneddown

Trump marks 100 days in office with snub to White House press corps

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Turkish authorities dismiss almost 4,000 public officials and ban television dating shows.
Turkish authorities dismiss almost 4000 public officials and ban television dating shows

Turkey dismisses 4,000 public officials, bans TV dating shows

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Georgie King
Paula de Almeida
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The first 100 days of Donald J. Trump's presidency have tested Australia's relationship with the United States.
The first 100 days of Donald J Trumps presidency have tested Australias

100 Days of Donald Trump: The relationship with Australia

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Symon Phesalik
Mike Check
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yesterday at 05:20. Facebook
These young Indigenous filmmakers are sharing their stories on YouTube and bringing their culture to the world.
These young Indigenous filmmakers are sharing their stories on YouTube and bringing

The young Indigenous filmmakers broadcasting their stories to the world

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Malcolm Turnbull condemns Annastacia Palaszczuk's "bitter, personal and wildly inaccurate" attack.
Malcolm Turnbull condemns Annastacia Palaszczuks bitter personal and wildly inac

Turnbull hits back after Palaszczuk's stinging attack

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Garry McDougall
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Millions of Australians are walking around like "ticking time-bombs", unaware they're at risk of a stroke or heart attack because of their dangerously high blood pressure.
Millions of Australians are walking around like ticking timebombs unaware theyre at

Hypertension: Australia's silent killer

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Stefan Mummert
Russell Miles
David Carr