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Gabrielle Dunlevy, AAP Southeast Asia Correspondent 1:10am Bali's governor, who was chief investigator of the Bali bombings, has called for compassion in the face of a new radical movement, the Islamic State group.
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US-led coalition has struck targets of the Islamic State group near Kobane, along Syria's border with Turkey, activists say.
A UK minister has proposed measures to ban extremist groups even if they have committed no crime.
Ireland appears to be granting Apple illegal tax rebates, the European Union's competition watchdog says.
PayPal will split off from EBay Inc next year, the company says.
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono says he wants to overturn a law that abolishes direct elections for governors, district chiefs and mayors.
A statement from the Occupy Central movement says it has set an October 1 deadline for Hong Kong chief executive Leung Chun-ying to step down.
Peter Mitchell Jamaican-born Damion Baston has been sentenced to 27 years' jail in a Florida court after running a global prostitution business that began in Queensland.
The PLO has slammed the Israeli prime minister for comparing Hamas with the Islamic State group and denying it committed war crimes.
Lloyds Banking Group says it has fired eight members of staff after revelations about rate-fixing.
Max Blenkin, AAP Defence Correspondent The commander of the RAAF task group says his unit is ready for combat in Iraq when the government gives the go-ahead.
Maythem Radhi, wanted in Australia over a boat incident where 353 people drowned, has been denied permission to appeal to the NZ Supreme Court.
Paul Osborne and Max Blenkin Federal cabinet is due to meet on Tuesday ahead of a decision on RAAF jets bombing Islamic State targets in Iraq.
Emily Beament Governments, business and individuals are urged to contribute to a $US850 million fund to conserve global crop varieties and assist in food security.
US authorities say genetically modified wheat, which is banned in the US, has been found in Montana, echoing a discovery on an Oregon farm last year.
David and Victoria Beckham's former nanny is among a number of people to receive payouts over phone-hacking claims against Britain's Mirror Group Newspapers.
Adam Gartrell Tony Abbott has delivered his first speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Australia's place in the world.
British police have arrested nine men for alleged Islamist-related terrorism and for being members of a proscribed organisation.
A West Australian man charged over a fatal motorbike crash in Indonesia has told his trial he would never "deliberately hurt anybody, ever".
A New Zealand man faces up to five years in jail for threatening and stealing from a US tourist in Bali.