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2:17am Prosecutors in Oscar Pistorius's murder trial have handed a summary of their arguments to the judge as it moves into its final stages.
10:22pm British Attorney General Jeremy Wright says he received 150 complaints asking to review the sentence given to Rolf Harris for being too lenient.
Julian Drape, AAP Europe Correspondent 6:57pm The AFP is working with the Red Cross to collect personal belongings of MH17 victims that have been stored in a Donetsk morgue.
4:21pm The murder trial of South African sprinter Oscar Pistorius is moving the trial into its final phase, with the prosecution submitting a summary of its case.
10:03am Suzuki is recalling nearly 26,000 units of its Verona model for the 2004-06 years in the US over a fire risk.
Julian Drape, AAP Europe Correspondent George and Angela Dyczynski have arrived back in Amsterdam following a five-day trip to the MH17 crash site in eastern Ukraine.
Julian Drape, AAP Europe Correspondent OSCE chief monitor Ertugrul Apakan says there's been some progress regarding a plan to get Australian and Dutch police to the MH17 crash site.
Julian Drape, AAP Europe Correspondent There are 38 Australian forensic experts evenly split between the Netherlands and Ukraine working to identify the MH17 victims.
Pollution from industrial activities in southern Australia contaminated Antarctica more than 20 years before explorers reached the South Pole.
Julian Drape, AAP Europe Correspondent Australian and Dutch experts have again been prevented from accessing the MH17 crash site where they want to search for any remaining victims.
Julian Drape, AAP Europe Correspondent Australian and Dutch forensic investigators have abandoned a planned visit to the MH17 crash site for the second day running.
The UK government has reopened the way for energy firms to conduct drilling for shale gas.
The Japanese government says it will impose additional sanctions on Russia following the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.
The Ukrainian army has seized control of part of the vast crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight 17.
Death toll mounts as clashes intensify in Ukraine
Julian Drape, AAP Europe Correspondent Fresh fighting between government forces and pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine has delayed a police mission to collect MH17 bodies from the crash site.
Australian teenager James Teague has died in a NZ hospital after falling from a balcony following a drinking session in Queenstown.
Julian Drape and staff writers A Dutch-led humanitarian mission to the MH17 crash site, which was to have included Australian police, has been delayed due to fighting in the region.
New EU sanctions bring to 87 the number of people blacklisted for actions against Ukraine's territorial integrity.
Julian Drape, AAP Europe Correspondent Thirty-eight coffins transported aboard an Australian C17 Globemaster and a Dutch C130 Hercules have been met by 350 relatives of the victims in Eindhoven.
Ibrahim Barzak & Aron Heller Palestinian militant group Hamas announces a 24-hour ceasefire after Israel ended an earlier truce.
Julian Drape, AAP Europe Correspondent Dutch and Australian military planes are transporting the final 38 coffins containing MH17 remains from eastern Ukraine.