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Shots Fired at People Voting Outside Church in Venezuela

Last edited 17th July 2017

Armed civilians who support the Venezuelan regime opened fire against a large crowd of protestors who were participating in a symbolic referendum in Caracas on Sunday.


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Syria Ceasefire a 'Hopeful Step': US

Last edited 9th July 2017

A ceasefire in south-west Syria due to take effect on Sunday is a "hopeful step," according to US National Security Advisor HR McMaster.


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New App Helps Rio Locals Avoid Shootouts

Last edited 6th July 2017

Every day, Rio de Janeiro witnesses an average of 15 gun battles dramatic enough for any Hollywood action film and a small group of volunteers has developed an app to enable residents to avoid the crossfire.


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Melbourne's Anti-attack Bollards Turned into 'Boll-art'

Last edited 4th July 2017

When authorities in Melbourne installed concrete blocks hoping to prevent vehicle-based attacks, some observers noted they looked a bit dull.


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‘Unprecedented’ Cyber Attack Spreads Across Globe

Last edited 27th June 2017

A NEW and highly virulent outbreak of malicious data-scrambling software appears to be causing mass disruption across the world, hitting companies and governments in Europe especially hard.


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Facebook, Twitter Team Up to Fight Terror

Last edited 26th June 2017

Four of the world's biggest tech companies - Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube - have teamed up to form a new coalition to make their services "hostile to terrorists and violent extremists."


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Congo Death Toll Passes 3000

Last edited 22nd June 2017

The death toll includes civilians caught in the crossfire of a brutal fight between the Congolese army and an opposing militia group.


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Suspected Suicide Bomber Shot at Brussels Railway Station

Last edited 21st June 2017

Belgian soldiers have shot a man suspected of being a would-be suicide bomber at Brussels Central Station, officials say.He was shot after reportedly setting off a small explosion and no-one else is believed to have been injured.


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Catholic Schools Launch Fairness Campaign in the Face of a $4.6b Cut to Funding

Last edited 19th June 2017

Catholic schools have launched a video campaign to highlight the impact of the Liberal-National Government's proposed funding reforms on low-fee paying Catholic school families.


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Otto Warmbier: North Korea releases jailed US student 'in coma'

Last edited 13th June 2017

US student Otto Warmbier has been freed from jail in North Korea, but his parents say he has been in a coma for a year. The US secretary of state said the 22-year-old was on his way home to the US.


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