World News

Gaza air strikes resume, ceasefires collapse
GazaHamasIsraelUnited Nations

“The humanitarian ceasefire, collapsed 26 hours later, while both sides continued to find it impossible to agree to the other’s ceasefire terms”

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Australian PM’s 27 seconds of shame
Australia

REALLY WEIRD VIDEO: Tony Abbott Cannot Answer Question – Just Nods!

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Hanson-Young to ‘visit’ Curtin detention centre
Australia

“Australian Greens Senator, Sarah Hanson-Young, wants to ensure asylum seekers transferred from boat in Indian Ocean are aware of their rights”

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Obama comes up with missile locator plan
RussiaUkraineUnited States

“A new proposal would let the Obama administration give precise locations of surface-to-air missiles controlled by Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine”

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Commercial Reviews

New e-store setup to satisfy geeks
Commercial

GeekyGet.Com is in time to capture the element of geeky women seeking one-of-a-kind items such as Astronaut USB Light or a Captain America Coaster Mousepad

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Promoting websites through backlinks
Commercial

This is a detailed step-by-step guide in which you will learn the best way to promote a website. There are a certain techniques for placing website’s backlinks on news sites that I use until now

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Life Style, Arts, Food, Travel, Entertainment

Designer handbags fit for a Saudi Princess
Life Style

Looking ahead, Princess Bandar al-Saud plans to get Baraboux products into even more markets while expanding its travel offerings

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The Very Cranky Bear
Performance Arts

The Australian premiere of The Very Cranky Bear by Australian author and illustrator Nick Bland will present for kids at the Odeon Theatre, from August 9, for a strictly limited season

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Finance

China’s second-quarter economy improves
Finance

China’s gross domestic product grew 7.5 per cent in the second quarter, quickening from the 7.4 per cent rate in the first three months,

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Qantas’ Frequent Flyer arm may split
Finance

“Qantas investors could take a direct stake in the group’s ­lucrative Frequent Flyer arm under a proposal to spin the loyalty scheme into a separately listed company”

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Medical and Health

‘Best and brightest’ aids researchers lost
Medical and Health

Delegates to a plenary session held ahead of the Aids 2014 conference were told that email exchanges showed about 100 attendees were booked on the MH17 flight

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Healthier lifestyles means less Alzheimer’s
Medical and Health

The findings, published in the journal Lancet Neurology, suggest that lifestyle changes could mean up to 200,000 fewer people in the UK having Alzheimer’s by 2050

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Science, Technology and Space

Google Doodle honours Mandela’s 96th birthday
Technology

“Google has created an animated logo for its search engine to honour what would have been Nelson Mandela’s 96th birthday, including some of his most famous quotes”

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MH17: “Russian government edits Wikipedia”
Technology

“A political battle has broken out on Wikipedia over an entry relating to the crash of flight MH17, with the Russian government reportedly removing sections which are accusatory”

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Other Categories

Hanson-Young denied access to Curtin
Natural Justice

Senator Hanson-Young said: ‘This is a political move by the [Australian] Immigration Minister. What is he hiding? What doesn’t he want me to see’?

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Muslims set to celebrate end of Ramadan
Religion

“One man in Jerusalem however, said that the Gaza conflict was overshadowing preparations for the festival. People were coming out shopping”

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