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Melania Trump steps out in coat worth close to average Australian salary

Melania Trump stopped traffic in the eye-catching Dolce & Gabbana design. (AFP)

US First Lady Melania Trump has donned an extravagantly embroidered coat reportedly worth $68,000 to the G7 summit in Italy.  Full story »


Barack Obama shows off his swing at golf course in Scotland

A grinning Barack Obama has been filmed enjoying a leisurely game of golf in Scotland. Full story »


Trump still not backing Paris agreement

Italy's prime minister says US President Donald Trump is still refusing to back the Paris agreement on climate change supported by predecessor Barack Obama. Full story »

Gays not welcome at millionaire's chain

A Russian chain has banned gay customers from shopping in its stores, according to a sign in a shop in central Moscow. Full story »

US takes 'full responsibility' for leaks

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says his government takes "full responsibility" for leaks of Britain's investigation into the Manchester attack. Full story »

Former Greek PM recovering after blast

Health officials say former Greek prime minister Lucas Papademos is recovering well after being injured by an exploding package. Full story »

G7 leaders brace for clash with Trump

Leaders of the G7 are preparing themselves for tough discussions with US President Donald Trump on trade and climate change. Full story »

In pictures: The Queen visits children injured in Manchester attack

The Queen has met some of the young victims of the Manchester bombing in hospital as well as doctors, nurses and members of the emergency services who responded to the attack that killed 22 people and wounded many more. Full story »


Donald Trump appears to shove European PM at NATO summit

At a joint meeting with NATO leaders overnight it definitely looks like Trump shoved a European prime minister to get to the front of the group. Full story »

Former Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos injured by car explosion

Former Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos was injured when a 'letter bomb' exploded in his car. (AAP)
Greece's former prime minister Lucas Papademos has been injured after a booby-trapped package exploded in his car in central Athens, police said, in the most dramatic act of political violence in the crisis-hit country for several years. Full story »

Trump implores NATO to do more on terror

US President Donald Trump has called on NATO members to do more to 'stop terrorism in its tracks' following the deaths of 22 people in Manchester. Full story »

Differences remain as Trump, EU talk trade

A cordial meeting between US President Donald Trump and European Union leaders has failed to quell differences on issues such as climate change and trade. Full story »

We can't hide behind wall: Obama in Berlin

Former US President Barack Obama has made his first speech in Europe since leaving office, not mentioning his successor Donald Trump by name once. Full story »

France, Germany agree to Trump's IS plan

The two nations will agree to Donald Trump's plan for NATO to become more involved in the fight against Islamic State but some see the move as purely symbolic. Full story »

Thirty-four migrants, mainly toddlers, drown in Mediterranean

Illegal migrants from Africa sit at a gathering point after being rescued by Libyan coast guards at sea earlier this week. (AFP)
At least 34 people, mainly toddlers, have drowned after a boat carrying migrants from Libya overturned in the Mediterranean. Full story »

Swedish airport evacuated after bomb scare

An airport in Sweden has been evacuated after a suspicious bag was left near an information desk. Full story »

Trump may 'surprise' on climate: Gore

A decade after he tried to get the world talking about climate change, former US Vice President Al Gore is back and has a message of hope. Full story »

No UK trade talks until bill settled: EU

The European Union wants to begin negotiations with Britain over the country's exit from the bloc during the week of June 19. Full story »

Policeman, soldier stabbed in Milan

A man has been detained after allegedly stabbing a policeman and a soldier at Milan's main train station, Italian media reports. Full story »

Blackmailer threatened to kill Schumacher's kids

Michael Schumacher. (AAP)
A blackmailer threatened to kill the children of stricken Formula One legend Michael Schumacher unless paid 900,000 euros ($1 million). Full story »