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Good Samaritans to the rescue as thousands of animals displace by wildfires
"It's hard to to wrap your head around what a disaster this is — for people and animals"
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Former Macedonian PM Gruevski "disappears"
The Macedonian police have issued an arrest warrant for former Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski. His party, the opposition VMRO-DPMNE, says that he is not with them.
Calls for NSW MP to resign over sexual violence allegations
Greens MP Jenny Leong has made an extraordinary speech in parliament, calling on her Greens colleagues Jeremy Buckingham to step aside and not contest the next election.
Report: IAF strikes rocket launching squad in Gaza
The Jerusalem Post
California wildfire still raging near L.A. and could burn for another week
The Woolsey Fire has killed at least two people.
"Bright future for world of work" - EBRD's Transition Report
Challenges but also benefits ahead, says optimistic new EBRD Transition Report. A revolution in global work patterns confronts the world with complex challenges but the threat of upheaval can be
Japanese Cabinet OKs bill to make 10-day Golden Week holiday around 2019 Imperial succession
The Cabinet on Tuesday approved a bill to assign one-off holidays related to the Imperial succession next year, creating a 10-day Golden Week holiday period ...
Schoolgirl bully makes disabled boy lie in creek so she can use him as stepping stone
The bully, who has not been named, barked: 'Lay back down - I don't want to get wet!' at victim Brett Corbett as 30 other schoolchildren stood and watched.
Tommy Robinson supporter spat at girl, 4, because her mother was wearing a hijab
The man also directed an obscene hand gesture at the pair.
Amnesty withdraws highest award from Aung San Suu Kyi
Human rights group accuses Myanmar leader of ‘shameful betrayal’ of values
Thaci: I spoke with Putin, he was clear/PHOTOS
Kosovo President Hashim Thaci announced on Twitter on Monday that he had met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Paris the day before. Thaci wrote that he talked with Putin about normalization of
Canadian intelligence agents have heard Khashoggi tapes, Trudeau says
Trudeau is the first Western leader to confirm that his country's intelligence services have heard the recordings of what happened to Jamal Khashoggi.
Australian farm supervisor charged with using needles to contaminate strawberries
The strawberry industry, worth $116 million, was rocked in following nearly 200 complaints of sewing needles found in strawberries and other fruits.
Half-naked pensioner filmed being mocked ‘by care home staff’
Three members of staff have been taken off duties while investigations are carried out.
Foodbank that feeds 710,000 Australians a month has funding halved
The charity says funding for its Key Staples program, which makes sure essential supplies get to hungry people, will drop from $750,000 to $427,000 a year.
UFO reported streaking across Irish skies on Friday morning
Pilots saw bright lights streaking across the sky at an ‘astronomical’ speed
Staff ‘should be allowed to start work at 10am or even midday’, expert says
All about the body clock
Kurt Fearnley named NSW Australian of the Year 2019
Three-time Paralympic gold medallist Kurt Fearnley has been named the 2019 NSW Australian of the Year.
UK firms ready to microchip thousands of employees
Companies are 'in talks' with a Swedish microchipping company
Doctors share pictures of blood-soaked clothes after NRA tells them ‘stay in your lane’
Some of these pictures are graphic, but it is important that people see them.