Australian council issues warning as Pokemon Go-ers take over street and cause traffic chaos
Australian council issues warning as Pokemon Go-ers take over street and cause traffic chaos

The game is now the most downloaded app in Australia, making it more popular than Tinder or Snapchat. Photo / Youtube Footage has eme...

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Iran wants customs hurdles with Russia lifted
Iran wants customs hurdles with Russia lifted

Iran's Minister of Communication and Information Technology Mahmoud Vaezi has called for removing “customs hurdles” with Russia. ...

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Blacks, Hispanics and Native Americans in US more likely to get arrested by police: Study
Blacks, Hispanics and Native Americans in US more likely to get arrested by police: Study

People rally in Dallas, Texas, on Thursday, July 7, 2016 to protest the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. (AFP photo) ...

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Syria army cuts off supply lines to militant-held eastern Aleppo
Syria army cuts off supply lines to militant-held eastern Aleppo

Syrian army soldiers patrol a street in Aleppo's government-controlled al-Khalidiyah area on June 28, 2016. ©AFP ...

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Pope Fracis aide, Cardinal George Pell faces probe over child sex abuse: ABC
Pope Fracis aide, Cardinal George Pell faces probe over child sex abuse: ABC

The Vatican’s finance chief, Australian Cardinal George Pell, attends a mass for the ordination of new bishops at St Peter’s basilica ...

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UN urges 'humanitarian' truce in Yemen’s Ta'izz
UN urges 'humanitarian' truce in Yemen’s Ta'izz

Smoke rises from burning houses in al-Sarari area in the province of Ta'izz during clashes between militants loyal to resigned presi...

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Heavy monsoon rains, flooding kill 58 people in Nepal
Heavy monsoon rains, flooding kill 58 people in Nepal

In this handout photograph released by the Nepalese army on July 27, 2016, and taken on July 26, Nepalese army personnel rescue flood vi...

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Russia rejects claims of meddling in US election campaign
Russia rejects claims of meddling in US election campaign

Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Peskov ©AP ...

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Terrorist attack 'highly likely' in UK: Intelligence agencies
Terrorist attack 'highly likely' in UK: Intelligence agencies

An armed British police officer on security patrol among tourists at Horse Guards Parade in London (File photo) ...

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Authorities in Turkey orders arrest of more journalists in post-coup crackdown
Authorities in Turkey orders arrest of more journalists in post-coup crackdown

A photo taken on March 6, 2016 shows the front page of the first new edition of the Turkish daily newspaper Zaman — which had staunchly ...

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Turkey  failed coup : Soldiers involved account for 1.5 percent of the military
Turkey failed coup : Soldiers involved account for 1.5 percent of the military

The photo shows an armored vehicle of the Turkish army in Istanbul on July 16, 2016. (AFP) ...

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Human Rights Watch says Bahraini activist Nabeel Rajab faces 12 years in prison over critical tweets: Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch says Bahraini activist Nabeel Rajab faces 12 years in prison over critical tweets: Human Rights Watch

Bahraini human rights activist Nabeel Rajab (photo by Reuters) ...

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Flight crews at Air France go on week-long strike
Flight crews at Air France go on week-long strike

This file photo shows aircraft of the French flag carrier, Air France. ...

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US Secretary of State John Kerry says Washington wants to avoid confrontation in South China Sea
US Secretary of State John Kerry says Washington wants to avoid confrontation in South China Sea

US Secretary of State John Kerry gestures during a joint press conference with his Philippine counterpart at the Department of Foreign A...

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France hostage situation: Isis attackers killed
France hostage situation: Isis attackers killed

One of a pair of Isis knifemen who stormed a church in Normandy before slitting the throat of an elderly priest has been named as known ...

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Natalie backpacker's real-life Wolf Creek experience
Natalie backpacker's real-life Wolf Creek experience

Italian backpacker Natalie claims she had her own 'Wolf Creek' experience when working at a remote farm. Photo / File Natalie ...

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Sir Roger's stepdaughter Christina Knudsen dies of cancer
Sir Roger's stepdaughter Christina Knudsen dies of cancer

Sir Roger with Kiki (right) and Christina Knudsen (left) in 2010. Sir Roger Moore has paid tribute to his stepdaughter Christina Knuds...

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China slams US, Japan, Australia for ‘fanning tensions’
China slams US, Japan, Australia for ‘fanning tensions’

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (C) speaks to reporters on the sideline of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) annual mi...

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Hundreds rally in Bahrain ahead of Sheikh Qassim’s trial
Hundreds rally in Bahrain ahead of Sheikh Qassim’s trial

Supporters of prominent Bahraini Shia Muslim cleric Sheikh Issa Qassim attend a rally near the capital, Manama, on July 26, 2016. ...

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Isis taking advantage of 'inspired' terror attacks
Isis taking advantage of 'inspired' terror attacks

The terrorist attacks seem to come one right after the other, by truck, handgun, axe, assault rifle, machete, bomb and knife. Each day, ...

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Venezuela government asks electoral authorities to ban recall vote
Venezuela government asks electoral authorities to ban recall vote

Jorge Rodriguez, a Venezuelan government official, shows a copy of the form to activate the vote with invalidated signatures at the Supr...

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Bernie Sanders supporters burn Israeli flag outside Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia
Bernie Sanders supporters burn Israeli flag outside Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia

Supporters of former US presidential candidate Bernie Sanders have set the Israeli flag on fire during a protest rally outside the venue o...

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Guard's startling confession that Australian teen Dylan Voller was placed in restraint 'multiple times'
Guard's startling confession that Australian teen Dylan Voller was placed in restraint 'multiple times'

WARNING: This story contains graphic content that may upset some readers The teenager placed in a mechanical restraint was put there at l...

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Bill Clinton says Hillary Clinton is a 'change-maker'  at Democratic National Convention
Bill Clinton says Hillary Clinton is a 'change-maker' at Democratic National Convention

There have been millions of words, decades of video and reams of commentary devoted to their story. It's been dissected, defended and...

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