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Corby leaves Bali villa to begin return

Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby has left her Kuta villa to report for the last time at the corrections office before she is deported to Australia. Full story »

Kashmir militant leader killed in gunfight

A top militant leader in Kashmir has been shot dead by Indian forces, with his death expected to spark protests. Full story »

Car bomb kills 18 in Afghanistan

A suicide car bomb attack has killed at least 18 people, mostly civilians, in eastern Afghanistan. Full story »

Suicide car bomb kills 18 in Afghanistan on first day of Ramadan

A suicide car bomber has killed 18 people in the eastern Afghan city of Khost, the first day of the holy fasting month of Ramadan. Full story »

Iraqi forces launch Mosul operation

The Iraqi air force has dropped leaflets urging residents in the last IS-held enclave in Mosul to flee, as Iraqi troops launch an operation to capture it. Full story »

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 »


Police arrest two more people in Manchester terror attack probe, bringing total in custody to 11

Two men have been arrested in connection with the Manchester Arena bombing, bringing the number of suspects in custody to 11.

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Pop band Take That donate concert proceeds to Manchester terror attack victims

Take That's Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen. (AAP)

UK pop stars Take That have donated proceeds from a Liverpool concert to victims of the Manchester terror attack.

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Two more arrests in Manchester blast probe

Two men have been arrested in connection with the Manchester bombing, bringing the number of suspects in custody to 11. Full story »

Hundreds of Muslim children march to Manchester Arena to honour terror attack victims

Hundreds of Muslim children and their families have united for a march to honour the victims of the Manchester terror attack. Full story »


Cornell remembered as voice of generation

Hollywood icon Brad Pitt and hip-hop supremo Pharrell were among the mourners at a Hollywood memorial service for Chris Cornell, who died last week. Full story »

Malcolm Turnbull condemns ‘horrific’ attack on Christians in Egypt

Mr Turnbull has condemned the attack, which has left at least 28 people dead. (AAP/AFP)

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has condemned the latest attack on Coptic Christians in Egypt that killed more than two dozen people. 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 sets up 'war room' over Russia ties

Donald Trump. (AAP)
US President Donald Trump plans to combat the mounting Russia controversy by setting up a 'war room' of experienced political professionals and lawyers. Full story »

Students snigger as US student goes on rage-filled tantrum at teacher

A US high school teacher was left with no options but to sit out an 18-year-old's bizarre tantrum as fellow pupils giggled in bemusement. Full story »

Brad Pitt among celebrity mourners at Chris Cornell funeral

A number of celebrities, including Brad Pitt and James Franco, gathered to mourn rocker Chris Cornell. (AFP)

A host of celebrities have gathered for private funeral service in Los Angeles for grunge rock icon Chris Cornell, who was found dead in his hotel room in last week. Full story »


Jury sent out in Rolf Harris London court trial

Rolf Harris outside of Southwark Crown Court on Friday. (AAP)

A London jury considering its verdicts in the indecent assault trial of Rolf Harris have been sent home for the weekend. Full story »


Hillary Clinton slams ‘cruel’ Donald Trump during speech to graduates

Hillary Clinton has described US President Donald Trump as  "unimaginably cruel" in wake of his proposal to cut $3.6 trillion in government spending over the next decade. Full story »


Armed police storm Manchester bus

A Manchester shopkeeper has told of how he hid terrified bus passengers in his store after armed police stormed a bus. Full story »

Tillerson declines to host Ramadan event

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. (AFP)
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has declined a request to host an event marking Ramadan, breaking with an almost two-decade long tradition. Full story »