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Special counsel Robert Mueller has kept a tight lid on the Russia probe.

Turn in your smartphones: How Mueller kept a lid on Trump-Russia probe

In a city known for its leaks, Mueller pulled off a rare feat. He has kept a tight lid on both his office and the evidence he was amassing in his highly sensitive investigation.

  • by Karen Freifeld and Nathan Layne

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Special counsel Robert Mueller has kept a tight lid on the Russia probe.

Turn in your smartphones: How Mueller kept a lid on Trump-Russia probe

In a city known for its leaks, Mueller pulled off a rare feat. He has kept a tight lid on both his office and the evidence he was amassing in his highly sensitive investigation.

  • by Karen Freifeld and Nathan Layne
Australia is not immune from the tribalism that has afflicted modern day America.

Toxic tribalism and the sad, broken state of Australian conversation

Australia is swimming in the same dangerous waters as America and it's worth thinking whether we want to venture any further from the shore.

  • by Matthew Knott

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A new Cold War: Professor Yasuhiro Matsuda speaking at the Monash University Law Chambers.

New 'Cold war' could claim Chinese students, says Japanese lecturer

The tussle between China and the US over Huawei is the start of a rivalry that will reshape the world, a security expert says.

  • by Chris Zappone
Firefighters walk past the site of a factory explosion in Jiangsu province in eastern China.

Explosion at Chinese chemical plant kills 47, injures 640

An explosion at a pesticide plant in eastern China has killed 47 people and injured more than 600, state media said, the latest casualties in a series of industrial accidents that has angered the public.

  • by David Stanway, Dominique Patton, Ben Blanchard and Lusha Zhang

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Phill Dunlop of Carterton with his competition semi-automatic rifle at Gladstone Rifle Range.

Sport shooters' passion would be extinguished by NZ assault rifle ban

While there has been widespread support for the recently-announced ban on military-style firearm ownership, for some the move will destroy their beloved sport.

  • by Piers Fuller

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