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Julian Drape, AAP London Correspondent 8:25am A spokesman for the family of a UK nurse who took her own life after the infamous 2Day FM royal hoax wants authorities to "throw the book" at the station.
Peter Mitchell 7:25am A Netflix executive says a key part of the company's global success has been creating its own TV series, such as House of Cards.
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Julian Drape, AAP London Correspondent 4:19am Nigel Farage wants Britain to follow Australia's lead and introduce a points-based visa system to reduce the number of unskilled workers entering the UK.
Gabrielle Dunlevy, AAP Southeast Asia Correspondent 3:34am Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan have spent their first night on Indonesia's "death island" after their transfer from Kerobokan jail.
Brad Brooks A Brazilian prosecutor wants to investigate 54 people, most of them political figures, over a graft scandal at state-run oil company Petrobras.
Greece's government says it will spend 200 million euros on programs to distribute food stamps and provide housing and energy bill assistance.
As two of the Bali Nine face execution in Indonesia, the other seven are still in jail.
Gabrielle Dunlevy, AAP Southeast Asia Correspondent Indonesian authorities say Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan did not say a word as armoured vehicles took them from their Bali jail in the pre-dawn dark.
Gabrielle Dunlevy, AAP Southeast Asia Correspondent Bali Nine pair Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran calmly left their cells at Bali's Kerobokan prison before dawn and didn't say a word.
Julian Drape, AAP London Correspondent A week after Rolf Harris was told to hand back his Australian honours, the Queen has cancelled the jailed pedophile's British CBE.
Only about 75,000 of the 12.5 million vehicles sold last year in Europe were electrics or hybrids, but manufacturers won't give up on the technology.
Olga Rotenberg Muscovites have farewelled Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, filing past his coffin, as condemnation of the Kremlin grows over his murder.
Under intense pressure over the fatal police shooting of a homeless man, the Los Angeles police chief has defended his officers.
Gabrielle Dunlevy, AAP Southeast Asia Correspondent Bali's prosecutor says Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran will leave on Wednesday for the penal island where they will be executed.
Google vice president Sundar Pichai says the leading internet search engine and mobile software provider is working on developing a cellular plan.
Bill Gates is at the top of Forbes magazine's list of the world's billionaires for the second consecutive year, and 16th of the last 21.
Iraqi state TV says government forces have begun a military operation to recapture Tikrit from the Islamic State group.
Anick Jesdanun Samsung says the design of its new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge mobile phones took years to develop and boasts higher display resolution and a better camera.
Gabrielle Dunlevy, AAP Southeast Asia Correspondent Bali authorities are ready to transfer the Bali Nine pair Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran to Nusakambangan this week.
Anna Smolchenko and Olga Rotenberg Thousands of supporters have marched to the Moscow bridge where opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was gunned down in an apparent political assassination.
Gabrielle Dunlevy, AAP Southeast Asia Correspondent Jakarta's governor says he has given his anti-death penalty view to President Joko Widodo, who he believes is considering all views on the subject.
Haitham El-Tabei Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas has been declared a "terrorist" organisation by an Egyptian court, taking ties between the two to a new low.
Katina Curtis Prime Minister Tony Abbott and New Zealand counterpart John Key have discussed at length a planned joint training mission in Iraq.
The murder of the Boris Nemtsov, an outspoken critic of Russia's involvement in Ukraine, has come ahead of a major opposition rally he was set to lead.
Prime Minister John Key says New Zealand troops will leave Iraq in two years, but Australia says a time limit sends the wrong message to terrorists.
Jim Salter A gunman has killed seven people before apparently taking his own life during a house-to-house rampage in a small Missouri town.