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Hong Kong protests: US lawmakers pass Human Rights and Democracy Act

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Maple Leafs overcome slow start, beat Wild 4-2

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LeBron James says Rockets boss' pro-Hong Kong tweet was ‘misinformed’

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Texas police officer charged with murder over shooting of black woman in her own home

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Protests erupt as Spain convicts leading Catalan separatists

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Simmons reappointed Windies cricket coach

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Proflic British paedophile Richard Huckle stabbed to death in prison

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Gymnast Simone Biles breaks record for all-time most medals won at world championships

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Hunter Biden disputes Trump's attacks

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Hope for halt to Turkish assault after Russia hosts talks in Syria

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Death toll rises to 33 after Typhoon Hagibis tears through Japan

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Millennials willing to watch ads on video-streaming services: Deloitte

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New York Yankees take game one, Nationals double down against Cardinals

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Black woman shot dead in home by Texas police officer

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Ronan Farrow overcame spies and intimidation to break some of the biggest stories of the #MeToo era

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Google, Apple pull Hong Kong protest apps from online stores

Google has removed a game where users roleplay as Hong Kong protesters, a day after Apple pulled an app used by protesters to track police.

Two business associates of Rudy Giuliani arrested on campaign-finance charges

The two men, who helped Rudy Giuliani investigate former vice president Joe Biden, were arrested on Wednesday night.

Drama class with Miss Hogan: It's for the 'little moments of triumph'

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Slow down: Plans for new 40km/h speed zones across inner-city suburbs

Melbourne City Council is set to expand 40km/h speed zones across inner-city suburbs including a 60km/h stretch of Lygon Street.

Harry Souttar scores on debut as Socceroos ease past Nepal

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Music Victoria Awards nominees and Hall of Fame inductees revealed

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Animoca Brands launches The Addams Family Mystery Mansion mobile game globally

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Scott Ludlam has strict bail conditions dismissed after Extinction Rebellion arrest

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Boris Johnson's Conservatives hire Kiwi gurus who worked on Morrison's shock win

Kiwi digital gurus whose efforts in Australia saw the Liberals outclass Labor online, have been signed up to work for the Tories poised for a snap election.

Afterpay lands Larry Summers as U.S. advisory board member

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England v France to be cancelled as Japan braces for 'super typhoon'

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A Brexit deal is still 'possible', says EU chief negotiator ahead of meeting

EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier said a deal would be "difficult but possible" to achieve before meeting with Britain's Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay.

Trump declares it in writing: he won't cooperate in impeachment probe

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi insists the House is well within its rules to conduct oversight of the executive branch under the Constitution regardless of a vote.

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The White House said on Tuesday it would refuse to cooperate with a “baseless, unconstitutional” congressional impeachment inquiry, setting Republican...

Britain's Brexit talks with EU on verge of collapse

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Trio win 2019 Nobel Prize for physics for transforming 'our ideas about the cosmos'

Three scientists have won the 2019 Nobel Prize in physics for their contribution to the understanding of the evolution of the universe and "Earth's place in the...

A Brexit deal is 'overwhelmingly unlikely', Angela Merkel tells Boris Johnson

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South Park mocks Chinese censors after Winnie the Pooh episode is banned

The creators of satirical cartoon South Park have responded in typically mocking fashion after causing a censorship stir in China.

Will Scorsese's The Irishman help Netflix dominate the Oscars?

When it comes to 2020 Oscar nominations, the only thing clear in the argument between theatres and streaming services is that Netflix isn't going anywhere.

UK royals join forces in mental health campaign video

Prince William, Prince Harry and the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex have narrated a short film to support mental health campaign, Every Mind Matters.

Malcolm Turnbull laments Liberal party for being 'incapable' of climate change action

Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has lashed the Liberal party’s response to dealing with climate change.

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Jock Palfreeman could face further two months behind Bulgarian bars after case adjourned

Bulgaria's highest court has adjourned a hearing on whether to overturn a parole decision for Australian Jock Palfreeman, who was jailed for murder.

Thirty people arrested at environmental protest in Sydney CBD

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Joker sets box office record despite violence fears

An uncomfortable publicity campaign around the film's violent themes hasn't stopped fans flocking to Joaquin Phoenix's Joker.

CropLogic has Oregon Hemp Trial Farm authorised as being industrial hemp compliant

CropLogic Ltd’s (ASX:CLI) third-party testing has confirmed that all fields at the Hemp Trial Farm in Oregon, USA, have a THC level below the maximum...

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