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Istanbul Ataturk Airport Attack: At least 32 Dead and Dozens Injured

Last edited 28th June 2016

A suicide gun and bomb attack on Istanbul's main airport, one of Europe's busiest, has killed at least 32 people and injured 60 more.


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Sleepbus Project Takes Beds to the Homeless

Last edited 27th June 2016

This story is among more than 100 published world-wide in a co-operation between 50 news organisations for Impact Journalism Day.


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Last edited 24th June 2016

The Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney has two new Auxiliary Bishops.


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School Teacher Fighting to Change NSW (AU) Law After Being Photographed Naked By Nurse

Last edited 23rd June 2016

I would like you to imagine something for me. Imagine you have had a health scare, and need to go into hospital for some tests to determine whether you have cancer. The test is invasive, so you need to be under general anaesthetic while it occurs.


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'Just Run, Go': A Mother Who Saved Son's Life In Orlando Shooting

Last edited 22nd June 2016

The family and friends of a mother who died saving her son's life in the Orlando nightclub shooting has been farewelled at an emotional funeral.


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Vacation Bible School Is a Light in Darkness for Syrian Children

Last edited 21st June 2016

For children growing up in Aleppo, Syria, life is anything but easy. In a city devastated civil war, bombings are common and death is never far away.


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'Why is Grandma Leaving?' Support Grows for New Parent Visa

Last edited 19th June 2016

When Arvind Duggal moved to Australia in 2008, he brought his young family, but he had to leave one important family member behind. His mother still lives in India, visiting as often as Australian migration laws allow. "She is coming here for one year then she goes back for six months,” says Mr Duggal.


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Catholic teenager 'was tied to a cross and hung from a wall by his bullying workmates during a campaign of abuse over his religious beliefs'

Last edited 15th June 2016

A Catholic teenager was tied to a wooden cross and hung from a wall in a ‘sustained course of victimisation and bullying’ by work colleagues, a court heard yesterday.


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Social Media 'Outstrips TV' As News Source for Young People

Last edited 15th June 2016

Social media has overtaken television as young people's main source of news, according to a report.


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Stanford Sexual Assault: How Social Media Gave a Voice To The Victim

Last edited 9th June 2016

The internet has erupted in fury after the sentencing of Brock Turner, a star athlete for the Stanford University swim team, was convicted of three sexual offences, and more specifically of assaulting an unconscious, intoxicated 23-year-old woman behind a dumpster. Judge Aaron Persky only sentenced Turner to six months in county jail, noting that a harsher sentence would have a "severe" impact on him.


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