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04/24/2017
North Korea highlights 1250 US marines in Darwin to claim America is preparing for nuclear war - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

North Korea highlights 1250 US marines in Darwin to claim America is preparing for nuclear war
The Sydney Morning Herald
North Korea's state newspaper has singled out the United States' deployment of 1250 marines to Darwin to claim America is preparing for nuclear war. And as regional tensions escalate and a US carrier strike group approaches the Korean peninsula, ...
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop hits back at North Korea over nuclear threatNEWS.com.au
Julie Bishop: 'Australia supports its allies in taking defensive steps against North Korea'The Australian
North Korea: Chinese President Xi Jinping asks for restraint during call with Donald TrumpABC Online
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04/24/2017
Six injured, 29 arrests in Paris protests - The Australian

Financial Express

Six injured, 29 arrests in Paris protests
The Australian
Six people, including three security agents, have been injured during protests in central Paris against the result of the first round of the French presidential elections, police say. Around 29 people remained in police custody following the ...
Macron, Le Pen begin final duel for French presidencySBS
French election: Macron and Le Pen go to second round – live coverageThe Guardian
French stocks power to nine-year high and euro enjoys relief rally as markets price in a Macron presidencyTelegraph.co.uk
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04/24/2017
Sydney man Omarjan Azari spoke of plan to kill seven random Australians a month, terrorism trial told - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney man Omarjan Azari spoke of plan to kill seven random Australians a month, terrorism trial told
The Sydney Morning Herald
A Sydney man who was in regular communication with senior Islamic State recruiter Mohammed Ali Baryalei, spoke about a plan to kill six or seven random Australians per month in the name of Islamic State, a jury has been told. Omarjan Azari, 24, is on ...
Sydney man spoke to Islamic State about carrying out attack in Australia, court hearsABC Online
NSW jury told of random killing plot9news.com.au

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04/24/2017
Wagga baby death: 'I'm sorry' - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.au

Wagga baby death: 'I'm sorry'
dailytelegraph.com.au
ANDREW Crichton shrieked “I'm sorry” as paramedics rushed his newborn son Archer Butler out of their Riverina home just before daybreak. The two-month-old baby died a short time later in Wagga Wagga Referral Hospital and his father Mr Crichton, 32, ...
Man arrested, then let go after baby diesThe Australian
NSW police question man after death of two-month-old baby in Wagga WaggaABC Online

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04/24/2017
Clubs pushing Anzac parties may face fines - 9news.com.au

9news.com.au

Clubs pushing Anzac parties may face fines
9news.com.au
The ad for the Anzac event at The Colombian Hotel (left) and a similar ad from another Oxford St venue, Stonewall Hotel that has attracted controversy. Sydney nightclubs advertising Anzac-themed parties could face large fines for disrespectful "misuse ...

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04/24/2017
Disgraced Vic MP will be forced to repay - The Australian

SBS

Disgraced Vic MP will be forced to repay
The Australian
Victoria's disgraced former deputy speaker Don Nardella will be forced to repay almost $100,000 he claimed in parliamentary allowances "whether he likes it or not", the premier has announced. Daniel Andrews has warned parliament will act against Mr ...
Expenses scandal: Andrews targets rorting MPs with reform of 'outdated' systemThe Age
Premier Daniel Andrews ends second residence allowanceHerald Sun
Sweeping reforms to Victorian MP perksSky News Australia

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04/24/2017
Labor yet to hear on China treaty despite the Coalition's 'commitment' to the deal - The Australian

The Australian

Labor yet to hear on China treaty despite the Coalition's 'commitment' to the deal
The Australian
The Turnbull government is yet to make moves to convince Labor to ratify a controversial extradition treaty with China despite assurances of a commitment to the deal to Beijing. The Australian revealed on Monday that Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull ...
'Highly unusual': Turnbull government releases China extradition statement after pressureThe Sydney Morning Herald
Govt still pursuing China extradition treatySky News Australia

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04/24/2017
Donald Trump reflects on his first 100 days in office, including Syria bombing - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Donald Trump reflects on his first 100 days in office, including Syria bombing
NEWS.com.au
PRESIDENT Trump has opened up on what happened behind the scenes with German Chancellor Angla Merkel at their first meeting, claiming they had “unbelievable chemistry” after he apparently ignored her suggestion they shake hands for the camera.
President Trump at 100 Days: No honeymoon, but no regrets (POLL)ABC News
ABC News/Washington Post poll - Langer Research AssociatesLanger Research Associates
Public Gives Trump Low Marks for First 100 Days: NBC News/WSJ PollNBCNews.com
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04/24/2017
Boy, 12, arrested on solo drive from NSW to Perth 'had crash, took fuel' - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Boy, 12, arrested on solo drive from NSW to Perth 'had crash, took fuel'
The Sydney Morning Herald
A 12-year-old boy who drove 1300 kilometres across NSW on his own in the family car managed to evade suspicion partly because he looks much older and is "about six foot tall", police say. He left the state's east coast on Friday morning, drove about ...

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04/24/2017
Police hunting for Agro's toy car, stolen from home north of Brisbane - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Police hunting for Agro's toy car, stolen from home north of Brisbane
NEWS.com.au
THIS is not fake news. Queensland police were this afternoon on the hunt for a toy car belonging to famed television puppet Agro, a car that was stolen from a home north of Brisbane in the early hours of Sunday. Thankfully, after much searching and a ...
Agro's missing car found in QldThe Australian
Agro gets his wheels backCourier Mail

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