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Man surfs to safety after shark attacks

A MAN mauled by a shark off New South Wales yesterday managed to get back on his surf ski and get help for a serious leg injury, police said. David Quinlivan, 65, was paddling his surf ski near Forster, ...

September 5, 2015, Saturday


Islamic State destroys ancient tomb towers

Islamic State group jihadists have blown up several of ancient Palmyra’s famed tower tombs as they press their demolition of the UNESCO-listed world heritage site, Syria’s antiquities chief said yeste...

September 5, 2015, Saturday


Graft-fighting president living a ‘spartan lifestyle’

NIGERIAN President Muhammadu Buhari, who won office pledging to fight corruption, claims to have no foreign accounts or oil concessions and only US$151,000 in his bank account. The 72-year-old enjoys ...

September 5, 2015, Saturday

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Indonesia goes slow on rail contract

Indonesia goes slow on rail contract

INDONESIA has dropped much-vaunted plans for a high-speed railway in favor of a slower and cheaper option, dealing a blow to China and Japan who had been fiercely competing to win the contract. President ...

September 5, 2015, Saturday


Australia toughens rules on citizenship

Australia moved closer to stripping dual nationals of their citizenship for terrorism offenses yesterday, with a parliamentary committee recommending approval even for old convictions. Canberra has passed ...

September 5, 2015, Saturday


Space crew safe after danger avoided

A Russian Soyuz spaceship delivered a three-man crew, including Denmark’s first astronaut, to the International Space Station yesterday, a day after having had to maneuver to avoid colliding with space...

September 5, 2015, Saturday


Girl, 8, changes law on marijuana

At just 8 years old, Grace could become Mexico’s first authorized consumer of medical marijuana to alleviate the hundreds of epileptic seizures that strike her every day. Last month, a judge gave her ...

September 5, 2015, Saturday


Putin says Assad could share power in Syria

Russian President Vladimir Putin said yesterday that Syrian President Bashar Assad is ready to hold snap parliamentary elections and could share power with a “healthy” opposition. Russia, along with Iran, ...

September 5, 2015, Saturday


Hungarian standoff

Hungarian standoff

Refugees at Bicske railway station in Hungary yesterday are among hundreds who woke after a night spent on a packed train, refusing to go to a camp for asylum seekers. The train left Budapest on Thursday after a two-day standoff as police barred entry to some 2,000 migrants. Hungary says they must be registered, but many refuse, fearing they will be sent back to Hungary if caught later. — Reuters ...

September 5, 2015, Saturday


Surge of donations follows tragic photos

CHARITIES helping refugees saw a surge in donations across Europe yesterday as people shocked by the images of a drowned Syrian boy on a Turkish beach dug deep to help out. As the International Olympic ...

September 5, 2015, Saturday




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