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Tiny dog chases baby bear

A tiny pet dog has chased a baby bear away from its home in Colorado.

A tiny pet dog has chased a baby bear away from its home in Colorado.

Australian PM to make 'diplomatic representations' over release of Bali bombmaker

The federal government will make "diplomatic representations" as Indonesia prepares to release the bomb maker behind the 2002 Bali bombings.

The federal government will make "diplomatic representations" as Indonesia prepares to release the bomb maker behind the 2002 Bali bombings.

Bali bombing survivor lashes early release of bomb maker Umar Patek

A Bali bombing survivor has spoken out ahead of the early release of the bomb maker known as the "demolition man".

A Bali bombing survivor has spoken out ahead of the early release of the bomb maker known as the "demolition man".

Three-year-old seen 'driving' in Adelaide

Video has emerged of a three-year-old girl sitting in her mother's lap without a seatbelt and "driving" down Adelaide streets.

Video has emerged of a three-year-old girl sitting in her mother's lap without a seatbelt and "driving" down Adelaide streets.

'Gender reveal hoon' nabbed by police, slapped with more than 260 offences

Victoria Police have arrested a man who completed two gender reveals and charged him with more than 260 offences.

Victoria Police have arrested a man who completed two gender reveals and charged him with more than 260 offences.

Forest fires kill at least 41 people across Algeria

At least 41 people have been killed in forest fires in Algeria, as emergency crews battle a string of fires across the n

At least 41 people have been killed in forest fires in Algeria, as emergency crews battle a string of fires across the n

Europe's Rhine River levels plummeting, hampering shipping

The Rhine River flows through six European countries and has been used to transport people and produce for thousands of

The Rhine River flows through six European countries and has been used to transport people and produce for thousands of

World famous Tik Tok star Khaby Lame becomes Italian citizen

Tik Tok star Khaby Lame has been granted Italian citizenship after living in the country since he was one year old.

Tik Tok star Khaby Lame has been granted Italian citizenship after living in the country since he was one year old.

Israel raids seven Palestinian civil society NGOs

Israeli soldiers raided seven non-governmental organisations on Friday in the occupied West Bank as part of what the Isr

Israeli soldiers raided seven non-governmental organisations on Friday in the occupied West Bank as part of what the Isr

Israeli forces close offices of six Palestinian rights organisations

Those targeted in early morning raids in Ramallah included the NGOs Al-Haq and Addameer - as well as a research centre.

Those targeted in early morning raids in Ramallah included the NGOs Al-Haq and Addameer - as well as a research centre.

Hundreds killed in weeks of floods in Pakistan

About a million people have been affected by heavy rainfall in Pakistan.

About a million people have been affected by heavy rainfall in Pakistan.

Europe’s rivers are running dry

With one of the hottest years on record, rivers throughout the European continent are seeing a drastic decrease in water

With one of the hottest years on record, rivers throughout the European continent are seeing a drastic decrease in water

China: Tributary of Yangtze River reduced to puddles

Video shows a tributary of China’s most important river, the Yangtze, almost completely dried up.

Video shows a tributary of China’s most important river, the Yangtze, almost completely dried up.

Rising poverty forces more Afghan children forced into work

With an economic crisis and food insecurity threatening Afghan families, more children in Afghanistan have now taken up

With an economic crisis and food insecurity threatening Afghan families, more children in Afghanistan have now taken up

Thousands demand more jobs, lower prices in Argentina

Nearly all of Argentina’s powerful trade unions have taken to the streets to protest against rapidly rising inflation.

Nearly all of Argentina’s powerful trade unions have taken to the streets to protest against rapidly rising inflation.

Drought ravages Iraq's ‘Garden of Eden’

Drought has devastated the Iraqi marshlands known as the ‘Garden of Eden’.

Drought has devastated the Iraqi marshlands known as the ‘Garden of Eden’.

Kabul mosque blast kills dozens

Dozens of people have been killed in a powerful explosion at a mosque in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul.

Dozens of people have been killed in a powerful explosion at a mosque in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul.

Finland divided over partying prime minister

Video that's emerged of Finland’s Prime Minister Sanna Marin drinking and dancing with friends has divided opinion.

Video that's emerged of Finland’s Prime Minister Sanna Marin drinking and dancing with friends has divided opinion.

Sierra Leone redenominates its currency in hopes to reset economy

The central bank has removed three zeros and re-printed notes.

The central bank has removed three zeros and re-printed notes.

Argentina inflation: Trade unions demand businesses keep prices low

Members of Argentina's trade unions have marched in the tens of thousands, protesting against the rising cost of living.

Members of Argentina's trade unions have marched in the tens of thousands, protesting against the rising cost of living.

Bangladesh tells UN that Rohingya refugees must return to Myanmar

UN rights chief says return of Rohingya refugees is not possible currently due to concerns about their safety in Myanmar

UN rights chief says return of Rohingya refugees is not possible currently due to concerns about their safety in Myanmar

UK inflation jumps to new 40-year high

British consumer price inflation tops 10.1 percent in July, intensifying the squeeze on households.

British consumer price inflation tops 10.1 percent in July, intensifying the squeeze on households.

Fires and drought cause chaos across Europe

Scientists warn the ongoing drought in Europe could be the worst in 500 years.

Scientists warn the ongoing drought in Europe could be the worst in 500 years.

Turkey and Israel to restore full diplomatic relations

Move comes after gradual efforts to restore ties, including a visit by the Israeli president to Turkey in March.

Move comes after gradual efforts to restore ties, including a visit by the Israeli president to Turkey in March.

Greyhound trainer accused of getting dog drunk to fix race

A NSW greyhound training is accused of giving his dog alcohol and fixing a race.

A NSW greyhound training is accused of giving his dog alcohol and fixing a race.

Senegal’s ‘plastic man’ fights against plastic pollution

Dressed in hundreds of plastic bags, Modou Fall, known as ‘the plastic man’, is walking around Senegal on foot.

Dressed in hundreds of plastic bags, Modou Fall, known as ‘the plastic man’, is walking around Senegal on foot.

Dozens feared dead, scores injured after explosion at Kabul mosque in Afghanistan

Blast at Kabul mosque kills at least 35, Taliban official says.

Blast at Kabul mosque kills at least 35, Taliban official says.

Sudan floods kill at least 100 people, devastate villages

At least 100 people have now died, as a result of heavy rains and torrential floods in Sudan.

At least 100 people have now died, as a result of heavy rains and torrential floods in Sudan.

Brazil: Rising persecution against Afro-Brazilian religions

Religious persecution is increasing in Brazil against people who practice Afro-Brazilian faiths.

Religious persecution is increasing in Brazil against people who practice Afro-Brazilian faiths.

Syria suffers from spiraling fuel costs, collapsing economy

Syria is suffering from spiraling fuel costs and a collapsing economy. Now local authorities have raised petrol prices e

Syria is suffering from spiraling fuel costs and a collapsing economy. Now local authorities have raised petrol prices e

Kenya president-elect calls again for unity amid election dispute

Kenya's President-elect William Ruto is again calling for unity - and says he's ready to get down to the business of gov

Kenya's President-elect William Ruto is again calling for unity - and says he's ready to get down to the business of gov

Turkey, Israel to restore full diplomatic relations

Turkey and Israel have agreed to restore full diplomatic relations and will return ambassadors to each other’s countries

Turkey and Israel have agreed to restore full diplomatic relations and will return ambassadors to each other’s countries

Japan’s government takes on the Unification Church

Japan’s Prime Minister is taking steps to distance his administration from the controversial Unification Church,.

Japan’s Prime Minister is taking steps to distance his administration from the controversial Unification Church,.

Liz Cheney, Trump’s biggest Republican critic, loses Wyoming seat

Cheney loses primary for November midterm elections but promises to do ‘whatever it takes’ to stop Trump becoming presid

Cheney loses primary for November midterm elections but promises to do ‘whatever it takes’ to stop Trump becoming presid

Prosecutors expand probe of Peru's President Pedro Castillo

Prosecutors in Peru are expanding their corruption investigation against President Pedro Castillo.

Prosecutors in Peru are expanding their corruption investigation against President Pedro Castillo.

Defeated Odinga says Kenyan election result ‘null and void’

Veteran opposition leader Raila Odinga says he will pursue legal and constitutional options to contest results of presid

Veteran opposition leader Raila Odinga says he will pursue legal and constitutional options to contest results of presid

Biden signs $740bn health, climate, tax ‘Inflation Reduction Act’

US President Joe Biden has signed a US740-billion-dollar climate, health and tax bill into law.

US President Joe Biden has signed a US740-billion-dollar climate, health and tax bill into law.

Australia PM says Morrison’s secret roles ‘undermined democracy’

Anthony Albanese is seeking official legal advice after it emerges his predecessor quietly appointed himself to a number

Anthony Albanese is seeking official legal advice after it emerges his predecessor quietly appointed himself to a number

A seal has been found on a farm in Victoria, 30km away from ocean

A farmer in Victoria has found a seal on their farm, more than 30km from ocean.

A farmer in Victoria has found a seal on their farm, more than 30km from ocean.

One-time William Tyrrell suspect suing the state of NSW

Bill Spedding, a one-time suspect in William Tyrrell’s disappearance, is suing the state of NSW over unrelated charges.

Bill Spedding, a one-time suspect in William Tyrrell’s disappearance, is suing the state of NSW over unrelated charges.

Defiant Scott Morrison refuses to resign from parliament

Scott Morrison is refusing to resign from parliament after it emerged he secretly appointed himself to senior ministries while he was prime minister.

Scott Morrison is refusing to resign from parliament after it emerged he secretly appointed himself to senior ministries while he was prime minister.

Pickpocket steals from elderly man in Melbourne RSL

A cowardly pickpocket has been caught on camera stealing an elderly man's wallet in a Melbourne RSL.

A cowardly pickpocket has been caught on camera stealing an elderly man's wallet in a Melbourne RSL.

Morrison shouldn’t have to resign: Nationals senator

Matt Canavan has not backed calls for the former prime minister to step down from parliament

Matt Canavan has not backed calls for the former prime minister to step down from parliament

Flooding complicates effort to rescue trapped miners in Mexico

Rescue of Mexican miners delayed by more flooding

Rescue of Mexican miners delayed by more flooding

EU delegation in Gaza: Gazan officials sign deal with UN aid age

The European Union says it will contribute millions of US dollars to the UN agency working for Palestinian refugees in G

The European Union says it will contribute millions of US dollars to the UN agency working for Palestinian refugees in G

India concerned about Chinese vessel docked in Sri Lanka

India and the United States have raised security concerns after a Chinese research vessel docked in Sri Lanka over fears

India and the United States have raised security concerns after a Chinese research vessel docked in Sri Lanka over fears

Wyoming primary: House Republican Liz Cheney under fire

She is one of the most familiar faces on the congressional committee investigating last year's attack on the US Capitol.

She is one of the most familiar faces on the congressional committee investigating last year's attack on the US Capitol.

Where will Kenya be headed under Ruto’s presidency?

Kenya’s new President-elect William Ruto has promised a “bottom-up approach” to Kenya’s economy.

Kenya’s new President-elect William Ruto has promised a “bottom-up approach” to Kenya’s economy.

Ukraine grain ship on its way to Africa for millions facing famine

A United Nations-chartered ship loaded with grain has set sail from a Black Sea port in Ukraine, heading to Africa.

A United Nations-chartered ship loaded with grain has set sail from a Black Sea port in Ukraine, heading to Africa.

Canada: Ontario premier Doug Ford swallows bee at news conference

“He's down here buzzing around right now.”

“He's down here buzzing around right now.”

Afghanistan economy: Taliban points to improvements since takeover

A year after the Taliban took power, Afghanistan’s economy has all but collapsed.

A year after the Taliban took power, Afghanistan’s economy has all but collapsed.

Protests in Kisumu as Ruto declared president-elect of Kenya

This is the fifth election Raila Odinga has contested, and lost.

This is the fifth election Raila Odinga has contested, and lost.

Lightning illuminates Scottish skyline

Video captures the moment a dramatic lightning strike tore through the sky over the Scottish town of Dundee.

Video captures the moment a dramatic lightning strike tore through the sky over the Scottish town of Dundee.

Man clings to bonnet of allegedly stolen car

Video footage has captured the moment a Queensland man was forced to cling to the bonnet of an allegedly stolen car being driven by a teenager.

Video footage has captured the moment a Queensland man was forced to cling to the bonnet of an allegedly stolen car being driven by a teenager.

Morrison took on five extra portfolios

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese calls the actions of Scott Morrison "extraordinary and unprecedented".

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese calls the actions of Scott Morrison "extraordinary and unprecedented".

Glaring questions Morrison still needs to answer

Nine's political editor believes there are still many questions Scott Morrison needs to answer about the secret ministries revelations.

Nine's political editor believes there are still many questions Scott Morrison needs to answer about the secret ministries revelations.

Morrison defends appointing himself secret ministerial portfolios

Former PM Scott Morrison says he had to take “extraordinary measures” during the peak of the pandemic in a call to 2GB.

Former PM Scott Morrison says he had to take “extraordinary measures” during the peak of the pandemic in a call to 2GB.

Doctors find toy stuck in boy's throat for years

Doctors have found that a boy in Adelaide had a toy stuck in his throat for up to five years.

Doctors have found that a boy in Adelaide had a toy stuck in his throat for up to five years.

Chris Uhlmann analyses latest Scott Morrison scandal

Nine's political editor Chris Uhlmann has broken down 'astonishing' revelations about Scott Morrison.

Nine's political editor Chris Uhlmann has broken down 'astonishing' revelations about Scott Morrison.

William Ruto declared winner of Kenya’s presidential election

From frustration to joy, these are scenes from Kenya after the country elected William Ruto as the new president.

From frustration to joy, these are scenes from Kenya after the country elected William Ruto as the new president.

Humanitarian crisis deepens during first year of Taliban takeover

Monday marks one year since the Taliban took power in Afghanistan.

Monday marks one year since the Taliban took power in Afghanistan.

Mystery surrounds mass fish deaths in the Oder River

Germany and Poland look for the cause of the mass fish die-off in the Oder, which runs through the two countries.

Germany and Poland look for the cause of the mass fish die-off in the Oder, which runs through the two countries.

Odinga spokesman alleges offences in Kenya election

Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto has been declared the winner of the country's presidential election.

Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto has been declared the winner of the country's presidential election.

Afghans who resettled in US struggle to bring families

Many Afghans who've relocated to the US are struggling to bring their families - nearly a year after Washington’s chaoti

Many Afghans who've relocated to the US are struggling to bring their families - nearly a year after Washington’s chaoti

Why almost all Florida’s sea turtles are being born female

Florida's sea turtles are experiencing a gender imbalance that’s got scientists worried.

Florida's sea turtles are experiencing a gender imbalance that’s got scientists worried.

Hundreds mourn at funeral for Egypt's Coptic Christian victims

Hundreds of Egyptians in greater Cairo have attended the funerals of at least 41 people who died in a fire at a Coptic C

Hundreds of Egyptians in greater Cairo have attended the funerals of at least 41 people who died in a fire at a Coptic C

Relatives mourn Egypt church fire victims

A mass funeral has been held for the dozens of victims of the Abu Sefein Coptic Church fire.

A mass funeral has been held for the dozens of victims of the Abu Sefein Coptic Church fire.

Firework explosion kills five in Armenia

Dramatic footage shared on social media shows the moment a firework storage depot exploded

Dramatic footage shared on social media shows the moment a firework storage depot exploded

Ukraine's missing: Bucha families search for closure

Thousands of Ukrainians remain missing after the Russian occupation of the town of Bucha.

Thousands of Ukrainians remain missing after the Russian occupation of the town of Bucha.

Edinburgh festival: Psychological thriller reflects on Soviet era

Stories about identity and belonging are always plentiful at Edinburgh's annual arts festival, and this is year is no di

Stories about identity and belonging are always plentiful at Edinburgh's annual arts festival, and this is year is no di

The world’s largest exoskeleton mech suit

This engineer built the world's largest exoskeleton mech suit on four legs.

This engineer built the world's largest exoskeleton mech suit on four legs.

France rations water amid driest summer on record

France is enduring its driest summer since records began.

France is enduring its driest summer since records began.

France experiences driest summer on record

France is enduring its driest summer since records began.

France is enduring its driest summer since records began.

More than 40 people killed in a fire at Egyptian church

More than 40 people have been killed in a fire at a church in Egypt, 18 of whom were children.

More than 40 people have been killed in a fire at a church in Egypt, 18 of whom were children.

Scott Morrison to be investigated over secret portfolios claims

Scott Morrison will be investigated over claims he secret took on extra portfolios while he was prime minister.

Scott Morrison will be investigated over claims he secret took on extra portfolios while he was prime minister.

New research reveals a little daily exercise is most effective

New research has revealed a little daily exercise can be more effective than one bulk session.

New research has revealed a little daily exercise can be more effective than one bulk session.

Deadly fireworks explosion in Armenian mall

A fireworks explosion has killed at least three people in an Armenian mall.

A fireworks explosion has killed at least three people in an Armenian mall.

Morrison portfolio claims 'extraordinary and unprecedented' says PM

Anthony Albanese has described reports about Scott Morrison secretly swearing himself into extra portfolios as "extraordinary and unprecedented".

Anthony Albanese has described reports about Scott Morrison secretly swearing himself into extra portfolios as "extraordinary and unprecedented".

Former US president Donald Trump demands returns of documents seized in FBI raid

Trump calls for seized documents to be returned to his Florida home.

Trump calls for seized documents to be returned to his Florida home.

Salman Rushdie attack: Author off ventilator and talking

Salman Rushdie is able to talk again, according to his agent, a day after being stabbed in the neck on stage.

Salman Rushdie is able to talk again, according to his agent, a day after being stabbed in the neck on stage.

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