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Bali Nine execution U-turn urged

Gabrielle Dunlevy, AAP Southeast Asia Correspondent 3:35am Lawyers for two Australians on death row in Indonesia and Foreign Minister Julie Bishop continue to call for the imminent executions to be halted.

Aust doctor's sister asks for Joko's mercy

Gabrielle Dunlevy, Southeast Asia Correspondent 3:35am The sister of an Australian Navy doctor who lost his life responding to a disaster in Indonesia has appealed for the executions of 10 people to be stopped.

India report 34 dead after Nepal quake

12:48am India's government says at least 34 people there have been killed in the magnitude-7.8 quake that hit Nepal.

NZ woman shaken by fatal Nepal quake

7:06pm A New Zealand woman in Nepal says bodies are being dug out of the rubble in Kathmandu where a powerful 7.9 magnitude earthquake has struck.

Diggers' families speak at Lone Pine: PM

Julian Drape, AAP Europe Correspondent 8:04pm Tony Abbott says young pilgrims at the Lone Pine memorial on Anzac Day are the hope of our day - just as the diggers who died in 1915 were a century ago.

We will never forget diggers, France says

Stefanie Menezes 4:02pm Almost a century on, the sacrifice made by Anzacs on the Western Front has been remembered in northern France.

Australia urged to follow Anzac example

Peter Trute and Julian Drape 8:42pm Thousands of Australians have marked the centenary of the Anzac landings in moving ceremonies attended by heads of state on the Gallipoli peninsula.

Baird remembers flood victims and veterans

NSW Premier Mike Baird has acknowledged two war veterans who died in the recent floods, while addressing crowds at an Anzac Day commemoration service.

Abbott and princes at Gallipoli services

Julian Drape Tony Abbott and his wife Margie sat at the UK-led Gallipoli service next to the Irish president who was alongside Prince Charles and Prince Harry.

Exploring Anzac legend at Gallipoli

Peter Trute The Gallipoli dawn service has evolved into an emotional, educational journey into the Anzac legend.

Bali Nine pair get 72hr execution notice

Gabrielle Dunlevy, AAP Southeast Asia Correspondent Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and Myuran Sukumaran's sister are pleading with Indonesia's president for a last-minute reprieve for the Bali Nine pair.

Record crowds reflect on Anzac centenary

Record numbers of New Zealanders have gathered at commemorative services around the country to mark the centenary of the Gallipoli landings.

Aust WWI cemetery near London attacked

Julian Drape, AAP Europe Correspondent An Aussie flag pole has been cut in an act of vandalism on an small cemetery near London where more than 100 Australian war veterans are buried.

Gallipoli tourist dies after falling ill

Julian Drape, AAP Europe Correspondent An elderly Queensland woman on a cruise to Gallipoli for Anzac commemorations has fallen ill and died in a Canakkale hospital.

UK boy held on link to Aust terror plot

A British boy charged with inciting another person to carry out an attack at an Anzac parade in Australia has been remanded in custody.

Abbott tours Gallipoli battlefields

Julian Drape, AAP Europe Correspondent Prime Minister Tony Abbott has toured Anzac cemeteries at Gallipoli and met with descendants of diggers who fought on the peninsula 100 years ago.

Ring of steel around Anzac Cove

Peter Trute Tens of thousands are gathering at Gallipoli for the Anzac Day services, where security concerns are matched by a huge military and police operation.

Extra NZ security in place for Anzac Day

Police have put extra security measures in place after viewing a video which attempted to incite violent acts at Anzac Day events in NZ and Australia.

World News Update, what you need to know

World News Update, what you need to know

Widows of warriors come to pay tribute

Peter Trute No one at the Gallipoli dawn service will understand the hardship endured during and after war more than 10 special women.

Kerry honours Anzacs' bravery and heroism

Peter Mitchell US Secretary of State John Kerry has extended warmest regards to Australia and New Zealand on what he describes as a very special Anzac Day.

Key pays tribute at Gallipoli Anzac sites

Julia Hollingsworth Security was tight as New Zealand Prime Minister John Key arrived on the Gallipoli peninsula on his way to see the major commemorative sites.

EU boosts ships, planes for border mission

EU leaders have agreed to triple funding for the bloc's Mediterranean sea patrols and advance plans for possible military action against people smugglers.

Abbott visit in shadow of Armenia debate

Peter Trute Prime Minister Tony Abbott will attend a Turkish commemoration at Gallipoli that has angered Armenians who say it deflects attention from mass killings.

Thousands ready to thank the Anzacs

Peter Trute and Julian Drape Talk of security and other mundane concerns at Gallipoli halts, as thousands of Australians prepare to mark the 100th anniversary of the Anzac landings.

Terrorist who flagged Aust attack killed

Peter Mitchell The White House has confirmed a drone strike has killed a California-raised al-Qaeda terrorist who once warned Melbourne would be targeted.

Joy for family of returned Mexican girl

Peter Orsi The family of Alondra Luna Nunez, who was wrongly sent to the United States in a custody mix-up, have celebrated her return.

Abbott impressed with peaceful Turkey

Julian Drape, AAP Europe Correspondent Tony Abbott has told a group of business leaders in Istanbul he's impressed that Turkey has a thriving economy, a strong society and "sheer dynamism".

UK teen charged over Anzac beheading plot

Julian Drape, AAP London Correspondent A British schoolboy has been charged with terror offences over an alleged plot to attack Anzac Day commemorations in Melbourne.

Indon execution date nears: last appeals

Gabrielle Dunlevy and Heru Rahadi The lawyer for a Filipina on death row in Indonesia rushed to lodge his case with a Central Java court just 10 minutes before the office closed.