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Peter Mitchell 4:54am Australia and New Zealand fare relatively well in a world report on sex trafficking and forced labour, but the US says both nations can do better.
The daughter of Whitney Houston, who has been in a coma, has died.
Police have opened fire on a car that tried to crash the barricades in the lead-up to the Tour de France arrival in Paris.
Stuart Williams In a dramatic cross-border escalation of fighting, Turkish jets have bombed Islamic State targets inside Syria for the first time.
The man who defended Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been appointed to defend Dylann Roof, accused of the Charleston church shooting.
Tom Pugh A full inquest into the death of Australian musician Nick Cave's 15-year-old son will take place in the UK in November.
An Australian man has been sentenced to one year in a Bali jail for sharing a joint on the beach.
Accused serial rapist Bill Cosby has lost a petition to quash a civil brought by a woman who was 15 when she says the comedian assaulted her.
Lloyd Jones, AAP London Correspondent A British teenager has pleaded guilty in a London court to inciting the murder of police officers in a terror plot planned for Anzac Day in Melbourne.
Matthew Cooper Radiocarbon analysis has dated a now "globally significant" parchment as one of the world's oldest fragments of the Koran.
Ron Corben Economic growth and new mining and resource laws after November elections hold promise for Myanmar's mining sector, say Australian business reps.
The death of a young black woman in a Texas jail three days after a traffic stop, with police calling it a suicide, is to be investigated.
Prince William and his wife Kate will be celebrating Prince George's second birthday with baby Charlotte at their country home, the palace says.
Lloyd Jones, AAP London Correspondent Former prime minister and cricket tragic John Howard has told a London audience the Ashes series is a metaphor for the two countries' relationship.
Peter Mitchell Despite praising a nuclear deal, the US and Iran traded verbal blows in the United Nations Security Council.
Tamara McLean Two young tourists who got lost in dense bushland near Blenheim feared for their lives before being rescued.
Lloyd Jones, AAP Europe Correspondent The mayor of a French village where many hundreds of Australians died in a World War I battle says his community will ensure their children remember them.
Rain and lower temperatures have helped pacify the fire that had burned over a mountainous area almost 90 kilometres northeast of Los Angeles.