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Australians demand refugees held on Nauru, Manus be brought to country
Thousands of people have taken to the streets in the Australians cities of Sydney and Melbourne in protest at the government’s anti-refugee policy, demanding asylum seekers, held in squalid camps on remote islands of Manus and Nauru, be brought to the country.
'Big dry' drags on as Australia sets up drought-proof fund
Australia is setting up a billion-dollar fund to ‘future proof’ the country against droughts, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Friday, as farmers struggle with a 'big dry' forecast set to continue for months.
World Bank: Nearly half the world lives on less than $5.50 a day
Despite progress in reducing extreme poverty, nearly half the world's population lives on less than $5.50 a day, with a rising share of the poor in wealthier economies, the World Bank said Wednesday.
On patrol with India's anti-plastic 'blue squad'
Wearing matching blue Nehru jackets, the dozen inspectors were fanning out across Mumbai's hectic Crawford Market, each scouring for violators of an ambitious plastic ban.
South Korea's Moon: Economic policies on the right path
President Moon Jae-in said on Saturday South Korea’s economic policies are on the right path to boost jobs and address inequality.
French police on Mont Blanc duty try to keep climbers in line
Standing outside their yellow hut on a ridge 3,200 meters (10,500 feet) above sea level, two French gendarmes peer through binoculars at a group of foreign climbers making their way across a scree-littered stretch on what has become one of the deadliest routes to the top of Mont Blanc.
Cashing in on DNA: Race on to unlock value in genetic data
How much is your DNA worth? As millions of people pay for home tests to check on ancestry or health risks, genetic data is becoming an increasingly valuable resource for drug makers, triggering a race to create a DNA marketplace.
On frontline of India's human-elephant war
On the day Yogesh became another of the dozens of Indians trampled to death each year, the coffee plantation worker knew from the fire crackers set off nearby that danger was at hand.
Swedish town on frontline of Arctic wildfires
Until this month, nobody would have imagined that the bucolic Lapland town of Jokkmokk could be home to one of the world’s busiest fire brigades.
2018 on pace to be fourth-hottest year on record
According to data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), 2018 is on pace to be the fourth hottest year on record. Only three other years have been hotter: 2015, 2016 and 2017.
FedExpress steams on as Sharapova grinds to halt at Australian Open
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic kept up their relentless march towards a semifinal meeting at the Australian Open Saturday as Maria Sharapova suffered a crushing defeat by Angelique Kerber.
Iran to take on Turkey, India, Mongolia in Freestyle World Cup
Iran men’s national wrestling team was drawn with Turkey, India and Mongolia in Pool B of the 2017 Freestyle World Cup which will be held western Iranian province of Kermanshah in a couple of days.
Iraq keen on playing football friendly with Iran
Iraq men’s football team has reportedly shown interest in holding an international friendly with Iran.
Iranian forward on AEK Athens radar
Iranian striker of Perspolis F.C. Mehdi Taremi has been linked with a move to Greek side AEK Athens.
Messi set on coming back even stronger
Five-time World Player of the Year Lionel Messi insisted he will bounce back "even stronger" from a groin injury that is set to keep him sidelined for three weeks.

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