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UK services honour Anzacs' grim fortitude

Thousands of Australians, New Zealanders and Britons have commemorated Anzac Day in London, with a special focus on the shattered men who returned from WWI.
SBS - Published

Thousands of Australians defy terror threat to pay tribute at Gallipoli

Thousands of Australians and New Zealanders attended a World War I commemoration in Turkey on Anzac Day despite fears of a terror attack.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Walmart's Artificial Intelligence-Enabled Store Uses Thousands Of Cameras To Enhance Shopping Experience [Video]Walmart's Artificial Intelligence-Enabled Store Uses Thousands Of Cameras To Enhance Shopping Experience

Walmart has an especially high-tech neighborhood market in Levittown, New York that’s outfitted with all sorts of advanced gizmos, including “artificial intelligence-enabled cameras, interactive..

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Jackson’s pothole problem is expensive fix [Video]Jackson’s pothole problem is expensive fix

Jackson’s pothole problem is expensive fix

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City's infrastructure still in need of repairs [Video]City's infrastructure still in need of repairs

A boil water alert for thousands of people in Jackson is over.

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Pittsburgh-Area Family Upset Mausoleum Was Never Built After Woman Paid Thousands For Crypt [Video]Pittsburgh-Area Family Upset Mausoleum Was Never Built After Woman Paid Thousands For Crypt

A local family is upset that a mausoleum, for which their wife and mother paid thousands of dollars, was never built; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.

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Thousands Evacuate In Mozambique As Tropical Cyclone Hits [Video]Thousands Evacuate In Mozambique As Tropical Cyclone Hits

CNN reports thousands of people were evacuated to shelters on Thursday as Tropical Cyclone Kenneth hit northern Mozambique with maximum sustained winds of 220 kph, the equivalent of a Category 4..

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Leitch - From 'the foreign kid' to captain of Japan's national rugby team [Video]Leitch - From 'the foreign kid' to captain of Japan's national rugby team

Japan rugby captain Michael Leitch talks about being a "foreigner" in Japan and taking on the responsibility of leading his country into the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

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FBI, IRS Search Homes, City Hall Office of Embattled Baltimore Mayor Pugh [Video]FBI, IRS Search Homes, City Hall Office of Embattled Baltimore Mayor Pugh

The FBI and the IRS’s criminal division are searching the homes and the City Hall office of embattled Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh. Veuer's Justin Kircher has the story.

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On camera: Thieves grab thousands in navigation equipment from boat yard [Video]On camera: Thieves grab thousands in navigation equipment from boat yard

Police said two people broke into at least seven boats at a storage yard on Elm Street at about 2 a.m. on April 18. Police said they cut the shrink wrap on the boats and removed GPS mapping screens...

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Brazilian indigenous tribes start three days of protests [Video]Brazilian indigenous tribes start three days of protests

Thousands of indigenous people are gathering in Brasilia to call for the defense of their lands and culture.

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Bolsonaro' government threatens indigenous peoples [Video]Bolsonaro' government threatens indigenous peoples

Thousands of indigenous protesters gathered at the Esplanade of Ministries of Brasilia to defend the land and the cultural rights of indigenous peoples who are threatened by the government of Jair..

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Brit pensioner with dementia about to tackle his 131st marathon - aged 78 [Video]Brit pensioner with dementia about to tackle his 131st marathon - aged 78

A battling grandfather has become the oldest dementia patient in the UK to complete 130 marathons – and he has no plans to stop running. Malcolm Brookes, 78, is preparing to tackle his 131st race..

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Patients Pay Thousands For Stem Cell Treatments, But Get No Results [Video]Patients Pay Thousands For Stem Cell Treatments, But Get No Results

The number of clinics offering unproven stem cell injections is growing, despite FDA warnings and a federation of medical boards challenging state regulators to crack down on them. CBS 2 Investigator..

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Thousands Of Boy Scouts May Have Been Sexually Abused [Video]Thousands Of Boy Scouts May Have Been Sexually Abused

More than 12,000 Boy Scout members were victims of sexual abuse, with nearly 8,000 Boy Scout leaders accused, over a span of seven decades.

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Does Cincinnati have a shot at hosting the NFL Draft? [Video]Does Cincinnati have a shot at hosting the NFL Draft?

The quest Butch Spyridon began in 2011 was as optimistic as it was impossible: Convince the NFL Draft, traditionally held in New York City, Chicago or Philadelphia, to abandon those cities and come to..

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Many penguin chicks drowned due to changing climate, reports the BBC.

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NZ's Ardern commemorates ANZAC Day [Video]NZ's Ardern commemorates ANZAC Day

In a Māori Television broadcast of the Auckland dawn service, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern asked the crowd to "recommit" to "our shared humanity". Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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Australian PM says arrest by Turkish authorities was routine [Video]Australian PM says arrest by Turkish authorities was routine

Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called the arrest of a person with suspected terrorist links in Turkey, in the leadup to ANZAC commemorations at Gallipoli in Turkey, 'routine'. Rough cut..

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Light show to help Nashville 'shine' in NFL Draft spotlight [Video]Light show to help Nashville 'shine' in NFL Draft spotlight

The thousands of football fans pack into downtown Nashville for the NFL Draft will be treated to a one-of-a-kind light show, according to the events organizers.

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NFL athletes tackle social justice ahead of NFL Draft [Video]NFL athletes tackle social justice ahead of NFL Draft

All eyes are on Nashville as the city begins to kick off the NFL Draft. With thousands of visitors in town ready for the biggest multi-day event Nashville has ever seen, some NFL athletes are bringing..

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Firefighters Battle Kitchen Blaze At Penn Hills Home [Video]Firefighters Battle Kitchen Blaze At Penn Hills Home

A kitchen fire that broke out Wednesday evening caused thousands of dollars in damage to a house in Penn Hills.

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Titans fan travels from Germany to Nashville for NFL Draft [Video]Titans fan travels from Germany to Nashville for NFL Draft

The NFL Draft is bringing thousands of people from all over the world to Music City, especially die hard Titans fans.

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Thousands In LA Commemorate 104th Anniversary Of The Armenian Genocide [Video]Thousands In LA Commemorate 104th Anniversary Of The Armenian Genocide

The Armenian genocide began in 1915 and resulted in the deaths of as many as 1.5 million Armenians in a campaign blamed on Turkey's Ottoman government.

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Airport Communications Center vigilant during big sports week [Video]Airport Communications Center vigilant during big sports week

With upcoming NFL Draft festivities, thousands of airport travelers will be touching down in Nashville all week.

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Popular bridge in Summit County closes, with no timeline yet on reopening [Video]Popular bridge in Summit County closes, with no timeline yet on reopening

A bridge in Summit County that carries thousands of travelers per day has shut down, with no timeline yet for when it will reopen.

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NSW rises early and honours the fallen

Thousands of people commemorated the fallen at Anzac Day services across NSW with many going on to enjoy a game of two-up at pubs in the afternoon.
SBS - Published

Aussies moved by broken Anzacs in UK

Thousands of Australians, Kiwis and British in London have commemorated the Anzacs, with a special focus on the shattered men who returned from WWI.
SBS - Published

Anzac March gallery: A poignant parade through the streets of Perth

Thousands of servicemen and women, together with their family and friends, paraded through the streets of Perth on Thursday morning to commemorate Anzac Day.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Thousands gather in the ACT for Anzac Day

More than 35,000 people have attended the dawn service at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra, paying tribute to veterans and honouring their legacy.
SBS - Published Also reported by •Brisbane TimesSydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Pride and sadness mark Anzac Day in Qld

Thousands of Queenslanders have attended dawn services and parades on Anzac Day to honour serving and ex-servicemen and women.
SBS - Published

Kings Park Dawn Service: The photos that best captured the ceremony

Thousands of Perth residents and visitors took to Kings Park on the early hours of Thursday morning to attend this year's Anzac Day Dawn Service.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

ANZAC vets march with pride in Brisbane

Crowds have cheered as thousands of serving and ex-servicemen and women marched through Brisbane's streets on Anzac Day.
SBS - Published

Thousands line Darwin streets for march

Large numbers of male and female past and serving military personnel participated in Darwin's Anzac Day march, with thousands of people lining the streets.
SBS - Published

WWII veterans lead Melbourne Anzac march

Tens of thousands of people have taken part in Melbourne's Anzac Day commemorations at the city's Shrine of Remembrance.
SBS - Published

Governor-General to make Anzac address

Thousands have gathered in Canberra's autumn sun at the Australian War Memorial to pay tribute to servicemen and women at a national ceremony.
SBS - Published

Anzac march a double day of remembrance

The Anzac Day march in Sydney has begun with thousands lining the streets to commemorate 104 years since troops landed in Gallipoli.
SBS - Published

'Our heroes don’t just belong to the past': Australians mark Anzac Day across the nation

Thousands of people have have gathered across the country to honour Australia's servicemen and women.
SBS - Published

Indigenous Brazilian tribes converge on Brazil's capital city for three days of protests

Thousands of demonstrators are expected to gather to defend indigenous land and cultural rights that they say are threatened by the right-wing government of President Jair Bolsonaro.
SBS - Published

ANZAC Day Dawn Service Melbourne

Tens of thousands of Melburnians gathered at The Shrine of Remembrance this morning to reflect on their service in the quiet, peaceful moments before dawn.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

"We can see their faces": Thousands pay tribute at dawn services

Crowds of more than 20,000 quietly pay tribute to servicemen and servicewomen in Brisbane and Currumbin.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Lest we forget': Australians mark Anzac Day with dawn services across the country

Thousands of people have have gathered across the country to honour Australia's servicemen and women.
SBS - Published

Anzac Day dawn services underway across Australia

Thousands of people have have gathered across the country to honour Australia's servicemen and women.
SBS - Published

Crowds flock to Melbourne dawn service

Thousands of people are arriving at Melbourne's Shrine of Remembrance for the city's Anzac Day dawn service, including an Afghanistan veteran.
SBS - Published

Young and old at Brisbane's dawn service

Thousands of footfalls can be heard as veterans, families and locals gather quietly before dawn in the Brisbane CBD to commemorate Anzac Day.
SBS - Published

Martin Place hosts thousands for Anzac Day

Thousands of people have crammed into Martin Place ahead of NSW's largest Anzac Day dawn service, held every year at The Cenotaph since 1927.
SBS - Published

Anzac Day reflection on service, sacrifice

The prime minister will be reflecting on a corporal who demonstrates the link between Australian and US forces, as thousands of people gather for Anzac Day.
SBS - Published

In the face of terror, Anzac need goes on

The peace in which tens of millions of Australians live is testament to the tens of thousands of Australian troops who stood against tyranny, as do those in today’s ranks.
The Age - Published

When we hear of Anzac sacrifice, think of Eliza Potter and her lost sons

Eliza Potter was simply one of tens of thousands of mothers who lost sons to the First World War. But she lost three boys, all in one battle, all in the space of a few hours.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Google firm gets OK for drone deliveries

After thousands of flights in Australia, Google affiliate Wing Aviation has federal approval allowing it to make commercial deliveries by drone in the US.
SBS - Published

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