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Bystanders rescue woman who fell into path of incoming train in Buenos Aires – video

Bystanders rescue woman who fell into path of incoming train in Buenos Aires – video

People on a crowded underground platform in Buenos Aires came to the rescue of a woman who fell on to train tracks.CCTV footage from Pueyrredón station shows the woman being knocked off the platform
Thousands take to streets in Rome for far-right rally

Thousands take to streets in Rome for far-right rally

Matteo Salvini’s League joins rightwing parties in ‘Italian pride’ protestThousands of Italians descended on Rome for a far-right rally labelled “Italy pride”, evoking connotations to the “march on
Catalan president calls for talks with Spain's government after unrest

Catalan president calls for talks with Spain's government after unrest

Quim Torra urges dialogue for democratic solution to tensions following fifth consecutive night of violence Catalonia’s president, Quim Torra, has called for talks with the Spanish government.
Afghanistan mosque bombing: death toll rises

Afghanistan mosque bombing: death toll rises

State blames Taliban for blasts targeting worshippers during Friday prayersPolice and local residents were searching for bodies in the rubble of a mosque in the eastern Nangarhar province of
Scott Morrison says drought the Coalition's 'first call' – but makes no mention of climate

Scott Morrison says drought the Coalition's 'first call' – but makes no mention of climate

Prime minister suggests Coalition may commit to extra funding relief in Liberal party federal council speechScott Morrison has indicated the federal government might be prepared to commit extra relief
Doubting death: how our brains shield us from mortal truth

Doubting death: how our brains shield us from mortal truth

Brain seems to categorise death as something that only befalls other peopleWarning: this story is about death. You might want to click away now.That’s because, researchers say, our brains do their
Germany shooting: data on online spread of  livestreamed attack kept secret

Germany shooting: data on online spread of livestreamed attack kept secret

Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and Google decline to release figures despite pledge in wake of Christchurch attackUS tech companies have declined to release data on the online spread of footage of last
Envy in Politics review: why keeping up with the Joneses is a political trump card

Envy in Politics review: why keeping up with the Joneses is a political trump card

A fascinating study indicates that the president’s support is based on more than political animus aloneWhat motivates Donald Trump’s political base, a major factor behind the silences and squirms of
‘You've got to carry on that fight’: strangers swap life-changing experiences

‘You've got to carry on that fight’: strangers swap life-changing experiences

How does it feel to campaign against racism, come out, have an abortion or lose a parent to suicide? People who went through the same things, years apart, share their storiesSam, 26, and Diane Munday,
Pauline Hanson's One Nation: members say they were refused entry to secretive national conference

Pauline Hanson's One Nation: members say they were refused entry to secretive national conference

Former party president Jim Savage threatens legal action to call Brisbane meeting null and voidA former president of Pauline Hanson’s One Nation party says he has been refused entry to its national
Biggest ever Leonardo da Vinci exhibition to open in Paris

Biggest ever Leonardo da Vinci exhibition to open in Paris

Louvre will host works of Italian artist after long-running political spats and legal battles The most important blockbuster art show in Paris for half a century took 10 years to prepare and was
Chile protests: state of emergency declared in Santiago as violence escalates

Chile protests: state of emergency declared in Santiago as violence escalates

President announces order in televised address after fare-dodging protest by students in capital widens A state of emergency has been declared in the Chilean capital after simmering protests against a
Sydney woman allegedly kidnapped and ordered at knifepoint to withdraw cash from bank

Sydney woman allegedly kidnapped and ordered at knifepoint to withdraw cash from bank

Dong Hwa Kim allegedly jumped in woman’s back seat, bound her hands and ordered her to drive to Ermington bankA kidnapped woman allegedly ordered at knifepoint to withdraw cash from a Sydney bank was
Melbourne Anglicans vote to express 'sorrow' over blessing of same-sex marriages

Melbourne Anglicans vote to express 'sorrow' over blessing of same-sex marriages

Melbourne synod’s vote comes days after Sydney archbishop said Anglicans who back same-sex marriage should leave churchMelbourne’s Anglican church has formally voted to record its “sorrow” over a
Hong Kong protests: bring back app or risk 'complicity' in repression, Apple told

Hong Kong protests: bring back app or risk 'complicity' in repression, Apple told

US lawmakers including Ted Cruz and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez write to Tim Cook urging him to restore HKMapp app A bipartisan group of prominent US lawmakers has urged Apple chief executive Tim Cook to
Violence flares in Lebanon as protesters tell their leaders to go

Violence flares in Lebanon as protesters tell their leaders to go

Dozens wounded or held as warnings over economy spark biggest protests in decadeSecurity forces fired teargas and chased down protesters in Beirut on Friday after tens of thousands of people across
Trouble at the mill:  Sanjeev Gupta on Whyalla and its 'fundamental problems'

Trouble at the mill: Sanjeev Gupta on Whyalla and its 'fundamental problems'

OneSteel Manufacturing, the Gupta company which owns and operates the steel mill, lost $195m in the 2018 financial year On a sunny Sydney afternoon, things look good from Sanjeev Gupta’s office on the
One arrest after reports of knifeman at Arndale centre in Manchester

One arrest after reports of knifeman at Arndale centre in Manchester

No reported injuries or wider threats to the community, says Greater Manchester police Officers from Greater Manchester police arrested a suspect on Friday after reports of a man with a knife at the
Hillary Clinton hints Russia is grooming Tulsi Gabbard as third-party candidate

Hillary Clinton hints Russia is grooming Tulsi Gabbard as third-party candidate

Former secretary of state indicated in a podcast that the Hawaii congresswoman ‘is a favorite of the Russians’Hillary Clinton has said Russia, which interfered in the US election she lost in 2016, is
Violent clashes erupt between cartel gunmen and police in Mexico – video report

Violent clashes erupt between cartel gunmen and police in Mexico – video report

Intense fighting has erupted in the Mexican city of Culiacán, where masked gunmen threw up burning barricades and traded gunfire with security forces after authorities arrested one of the sons of the