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Syria rejects report blaming it for April sarin attack: state media

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White nationalists stage anti-refugee protests in Tennessee

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UN slams Australia's treatment of refugees

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Rudd's memoir speaks of Gillard and Latham

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Claims Wilkinson asked for higher salary

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Afghanistan elections: Bomb destroys Afghan election truck, killing three

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A roadside bomb has hit a truck carrying full ballot boxes in northern Afghanistan, killing three people.

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UK, US, Libya call for justice over Lockerbie bombing on 25th anniversary of attack

The parents of Lockerbie bombing victim Patricia Ann Klein look at a memorial in Scotland's Dryfesdale Cemetery.

The United Kingdom, the United States and Libya have issued a joint call for justice over the Lockerbie bombing as services were held to mark the 25th anniversary of the attack, which claimed 270 lives.

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Calls for Australia to use G20 presidency to cut remittance costs

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There are calls for Australia to use its G20 presidency to cut the costs incurred by migrants wanting to send money home to their relatives in developing countries.

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Laos plane crash: some bodies recovered, but wreckage yet to be located in Mekong River

People walk past debris from Lao Airlines plane crash near Pakse

Recovery teams have retrieved a number of bodies from the site of a plane crash in Laos which killed 49 people, including six Australians.

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Australian man Dean Higgins dies after digging himself out of Everest avalanche

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An Australian man who survived being buried under snow for six hours following an avalanche on Mount Everest has died.

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Hassan Rouhani tells UN there is no place for nuclear weapons in Iran

Hassan Rouhani speaks at the UN General Assembly in New York City.

 

Iran's president Hassan Rouhani says nuclear weapons have no place in Iran's security and that he is prepared to reach a "framework" for managing his country's differences with the US.

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