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4:00pm A US man cannot continue his efforts to salvage what he believes are platinum bars worth almost $4 billion off Cape Cod.
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2:39am Turkey's prime minister has pledged to track down those who gave orders to two assailants who kidnapped a prosecutor before all three died in a shoot-out.
Robert Jablon And Tami Abdollah A Los Angeles coroner says the death of oil heir Andrew Getty at the age of 47 appears to be either accidental or from natural causes.
Meredith Somers Two cross-dressing men who were shot at outside a National Security Agency complex in Maryland had allegedly stolen a car and may have lost their way.
Accused of murdering her Australian podiatrist husband, Donna Vasyli's life of luxury has taken a U-turn with a judge in The Bahamas sending her to jail.
Ben Simon, Ola Awoniyi Nigeria's first democratic change of power has seen Muhammadu Buhari win the presidential election over incumbent Goodluck Jonathan.
Peter Mitchell While still cautious and sceptical, a US publication says Tony Abbott's recently released climate discussion paper is a welcome sign.
Gabrielle Dunlevy, AAP Southeast Asia Correspondent The final court appeal of death row Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran has wrapped up in Jakarta.
The Bali drugs trial of New Zealander Antony de Malmanche has started with prosecution witnesses from the customs office.
Up to 50 New Zealand soldiers are in Australia training for their Iraq deployment at a date still to be set.
It could take up to four months to identify victims from last week's Germanwings crash through DNA evidence, an expert has warned.
Julian Drape, AAP Europe Correspondent Relatives of the Australian victims of the Alps crash are treating it as an accident because it's too painful to think their family members we murdered.
It's not yet clear if police fatally shot one of two men, dressed in women's clothing, who attempted to drive into the US national spy agency's grounds.
Estelle Peard with Deborah Cole in Berlin Doctors treating the co-pilot believed to have deliberately crashed a Germanwings plane had no recent signs he intended to hurt himself or others.
The German government is working towards becoming the first country to end the mass killing of male chicks.
Peter Mitchell Not only will Lara Bingle and Sam Worthington have to face a paparazzo's lawyer, but the new parents have to pay for his LA airfare, hotel and travel time.
Julian Drape, AAP Europe Correspondent The relatives of the Australian victims of the Germanwings disaster are in Europe and preparing to travel to the crash site on Monday.
Eight men, said to be Shi'ite Muslims, have been beheaded in a video released by the Islamic State group.
Gabrielle Dunlevy, AAP Southeast Asia Correspondent The appeal of Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan's denial of clemency has continued in a Jakarta court with an expert witness.
Some online frequent flier accounts have been hacked, British Airways says.
Angus Mackinnon, Ella Ide After an eight-year legal battle, American Amanda Knox has finally been cleared in Italy of the murder of British student Meredith Kercher.
Transport Minister Warren Truss has briefed the national security committee of cabinet on aviation safety following the aircraft crash in the French Alps.