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Anthony Mundine has thrown his support behind Adam Goodes, urging the Sydney Swans star to "stay strong" amid the ongoing booing controversy.
Anthony Mundine has thrown his support behind Adam Goodes, urging the Sydney Swans star to "stay strong" amid the ongoing booing controversy.
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The New York Times is reporting that officials have concluded the debris found on Reunion Island came from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
Debris that appears to be from a large plane has reportedly been found off the east coast of Africa, raising the possibility it could be from missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370.
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This also means there was floating debris, meaning the search area was waaay off.
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Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has launched a blistering attack on Russia after it killed off a UN push for an international criminal tribunal to prosecute those who shot down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has launched a blistering attack on Russia after it killed off a UN push for an international criminal tribunal to prosecute those who shot down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.
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Did she shirt-front the Russian ambassador?
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Disgraced WWE star Hulk Hogan has been quietly pulled from the wrestling clan's Australian tour just days after his sacking over racist rants. 
Disgraced WWE star Hulk Hogan has been quietly pulled from the wrestling group's Australian tour just days after his sacking over racist rants. 
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;Bronwyn Bishop says she will not be resigning despite signs she is losing support within the cabinet.
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Peter slipper got charged for taxi bullshit $500. B-bishop does $5000. And nothing.. Abbott get your shit together.

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A Breaking Bad-themed cafe has opened in Istanbul called Walter's Coffee Roastery, and the owners have pulled out all the stops.
A Breaking Bad-themed cafe has opened in Istanbul called Walter's Coffee Roastery, and the owners have pulled out all the stops.
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They give discounts for ISIS fighters.
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Have them in circles
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Richmond will wear its Dreamtime guernsey as a show of support for beleaguered Sydney Swans star Adam Goodes, who has taken indefinite leave from the game over incessant booing.
Richmond will wear its Dreamtime guernsey as a show of support for beleaguered Sydney Swans star Adam Goodes, who has taken indefinite leave from the game over incessant booing.
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Bronwyn Bishop has finally apologised to voters for billing them for a $5000 private helicopter trip and says she will repay all entitlements she claimed to attend colleagues' weddings but is refusing to resign as Speaker.
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+crocodylus73 Except they should be vertical...
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He's usually known for his cutting wit, but US talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has choked up on air as he condemned the death of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe.
He's usually known for his cutting wit, but US talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has choked up on air as he condemned the death of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe.
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How does Kimmel feel about Rohinga refugees being enslaved on Thai fishing vessels - you know, humans enslaving other humans ? Or is it just that much easier to cry over an animal?
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There's a lot to like in Microsoft's new operating system, and plenty more worth waiting for.
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There's fresh hope for fans of the smash US sit-com Arrested Development after the boss of streaming service Netflix all but confirmed that the show would return for a fifth season.
There's fresh hope for fans of the smash US sitcom Arrested Development after the boss of streaming service Netflix all but confirmed that the show would return for a fifth season.
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Bring it back.... pure classic comedy!!!!
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Wildlife officials have accused an American tourist of killing Cecil, one of the oldest and most famous lions in Zimbabwe, without a permit after paying $68,000 to two people who lured the beast to its death.
Wildlife officials on Tuesday accused an American tourist of killing Cecil, one of the oldest and most famous lions in Zimbabwe, without a permit after paying $50,000 to two people who lured the beast to its death.
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How can anyone smile after killing a beautiful animal like cecil they should hang their heads in shame
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