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Post Kansas shooting, Sikh group urges community in the US to be cautious, extra vigilant

Advocacy group Sikh Coalition has appealed to every Sikh-American to exercise extra vigilance and caution during this period of heightened vulnerability.
India Today

Britain is an oasis of calm amid Europe's political chaos

britain is an oasis of calm amid europe's political chaos
In a fit of pique at the Brexit vote, the Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte told MEPs last July that Britain had “collapsed – politically, economically, monetarily and..
City A.M.

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News video: Iraqi forces reclaim Mosul airport from ISIL

Iraqi forces reclaim Mosul airport from ISIL 02:19

ISIL has suffered a major setback in its last urban stronghold in Iraq, Mosul. Iraqi forces, backed by a US-led coalition, have taken full control of Mosul Airport. The airport’s capture came on day..
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News video: A Global Plan to Save Coral Reefs

A Global Plan to Save Coral Reefs 01:53

A global plan to save coral reefs from complete eradication caused by climate change, pollution and poor fishing practices launched today at The Economist World Ocean Summit in Bali. The initiative,..
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News video: Charting protest through the Oscars

Charting protest through the Oscars 06:32

Speeches at the Academy Awards often reflect the state of the world, charting protests, unrest and major news events. Here's a look back at some of the notable ones.
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News video: North Dakota Protest Camp Clears Out

North Dakota Protest Camp Clears Out 00:47

The majority of the Dakota Access pipeline opponents abandoned their protest camp after being warned by the government to get off the federal land. The camp has been home to demonstrators for nearly a..
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News video: Remnants of Pipeline Protest Camp go up in Flames

Remnants of Pipeline Protest Camp go up in Flames 00:35

Some of the last remnants of the Dakota Access pipeline protest camp went up in flames Wednesday as opponents of the project set fire to makeshift wooden housing as part of a leaving ceremony ahead of..
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Germany shifts towards hard-left Wagenknecht

Polarising figure could scoop senior ministerial role in coalition

PHOTOS: Iraqi forces battle ISIS in Mosul

Closely supported by the U.S.-led international coalition, Iraqi forces secured a series of cautious advances on Thursday, pushing into a sprawling military base outside of Mosul and onto the grounds..
Denver Post

Sikh group asks community to be vigilant after Kansas shooting

*A Sikh civil rights group has urged members of the Sikh-American community to exercise caution and be extra vigilant in the wake of a possible hate crime in Kansas city that left one Indian engineer..
Deccan Herald

Bishop rejects Abbott's 'drift to defeat'

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has taken issue with former prime minister Tony Abbott over his call that the coalition risks a "drift to defeat".

Tony Abbott's five-point plan for the 'winnable' next election will infuriate Malcolm Turnbull

Tony Abbott has laid out a five-point plan for the Coalition to have a chance at the "winnable" next election.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Penalty rates blame-game: Coalition and Labor pin Sunday pay cut on each other

The Fair Work Commission's review of penalty rates was three years in the making but it was clear within minutes of its announcement that lowering Sunday pay was a major new political battleground.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Expect more foreign fighters to return as coalition forces make gains against Islamic State: Julie Bishop

Authorities must be prepared for more foreign fighters to seek to return to Australia, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop warned on Thursday.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Anna Bligh: mouthpiece, creative genius or sell-out to the Australian Bankers Association?

With the Coalition in power, why did the banks pick a Laborite as their lobbyist?
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Why low wage growth hurts

Low wage growth is what the Coalition wanted. Within weeks of being sworn in as employment minister in 2013 Eric Abetz warned "weak-kneed employers" not to cave in to unreasonable demands.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'That's not the way I'd categorise it': Julie Bishop rebuffs Peter Dutton on US 'people swap'

Coalition frontbenchers have refused to join Immigration Minister Peter Dutton in linking the contentious US refugee deal with Australia's decision to accept refugees from Central America.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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