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World NowTen years ago, the bombing of two nightclubs in Bali killed 202 people and unsettled the long-peaceful island popular with Western tourists. On Friday, hundreds of survivors and their families gathered in Bali to remember the bombing, a devastating attack...
Scores of fires continued to rage across southeastern Australia on Tuesday as the country sizzled under scorching heat. More than a dozen were still burning out of control late in the day, as firefighters battled to squelch flames sweeping through dry...
Tags: Sydney (Australia), Australia
Flames continued to lick Monday at the Australian island of Tasmania, while officials warned that other stretches of the country faced some of the most dangerous conditions for fires on record. “I cannot say it more plainly: The risk is real and...
The Hartford CourantA gunman's brutal act in Newtown shattered a sunny December morning, forever changing the lives of many Connecticut families and inducing an international avalanche of horrified grief, anger and compassion. Twenty of the victims were children, most of...
Los Angeles TimesThe world's richest woman, Australian mining tycoon Gina Rinehart, drew international scorn recently after saying that people who are jealous of the wealthy should drink less and work harder. And now she's back with some more helpful advice. Speaking at...
World NowThe Australian prime minister has thrown her backing behind a plan to send asylum seekers to Papua New Guinea and the Pacific island of Nauru, setting the stage for Australia to reinstate a system that it abandoned under pressure from human rights...
"Forward" may be President Barack Obama's new campaign slogan, but he isn't the first to use it. One of the most recent examples came when cable news network MSNBC introduced a new slogan, "Lean Forward," in 2010. This led one of its top rivals, Fox...
World NowSouth Korea has announced plans to hunt minke whales off its shores under a loophole in whaling rules for research, outraging environmentalists and prompting rebukes from Australia and New Zealand....
World NowWith scores of people still missing from a boat that capsized Thursday on its way to Australia, the country is agonizing again over how to handle asylum seekers who come there pleading for help....
World NowThe horror of scores of desperate people fleeing their countries for Australia abroad rickety boats and drowning at sea has jolted Australia again. Something must be done to stop people from risking their lives, Australian politicians and pundits...
KIAHA rowdy mob pounced on Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Opposition Leader Tony Abbott like rabid kangaroos Thursday. Protestors were going nuts over Australia Day, saying they don't want to celebrate the arrival of the first British...
Tags: Government, Politics, Australia
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