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Natural history on TV: how the ABC took Australian animals to the people

Most of us will never see a platypus or a lyrebird in the wild, but it's likely we've encountered them ...

France edge to opening win over Japan in Davis Cup

Madrid - France survived an early scare in the Davis Cup on Tuesday as the tournament's top seeds had to ...

Maradona quits as coach of Argentina's Gimnasia

Buenos Aires - Diego Maradona has quit as coach of Argentinian Superliga side Gimnasia, less than three months after taking ...

Ex-footballer arrested on suspicion of running Spain drugs ring

Madrid - Former Spanish footballer Sergio Contreras, who played for Marseille, was arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of heading a ...

Research finds South African men spend childcare grants wisely

As is true in other countries, the makeup of South Africa's families is diverse. The "nuclear" family (two biological parents ...

Swedish Prosecutor Dropping Assange Rape Probe

A Swedish prosecutor says she will not proceed with a preliminary investigation into an allegation of rape against WikiLeaks founder ...

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US Warns That Turkey's Syria Offensive Giving IS 'Time and Space'

U.S. defense intelligence officials are offering a sobering assessment of the impact Turkey's incursion into northeastern Syria - and corresponding ...

Chile Foresees 'Difficult' Wildfire Season Ahead, Fears More Arson

SANTIAGO - Chile faces a "very difficult" season of wildfires because of high temperatures, a persistent drought and an increase ...

Estonian President Sees Life in 'Brain-Dead' NATO

BRUSSELS - Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid defended NATO on Tuesday after French President Emmanuel Macron branded it "brain dead," saying ...

Poland Sees Bigger State Role in Economy, More Court Reforms

WARSAW, POLAND - Poland's prime minister set out plans on Tuesday to strengthen the state's role in the economy and ...

Two-Thirds Of Afghan Children Affected By Conflict, Says Charity

Almost two-thirds of Afghan children have been impacted by the ongoing conflict in the war-wracked country, the British-based Save the ...

Backlash Over Prince Andrew Interview Sparks 'Palace Intrigue'

LONDON - Businesses and charities are starting to sever their ties with Britain's beleaguered Prince Andrew, also known as the ...

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