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10 February 2018 9:39 AM Israeli jet shot down in Syria after Iranian drone intercepted

Jerusalem: Syrian anti-aircraft fire shot down an Israeli jet on Saturday, the military said, after Israel intercepted an Iranian drone launched from Syria and struck an Iranian target there. Footage from northern Israel showed what appeared to be white aircraft debris scattered on the ground. It was one of the most serious incidents involving Israel 77

9 February 2018 11:27 AM Canberra Cavalry one win from ABL championship after beating Brisbane Bandits

It was the biggest win of Ward's coaching career, having stepped in to fill Michael Collins' shoes after the Cavalry manager had to report to his new job with World Series champions Houston Astros. "The hardest one's yet to come really. At the end of the day you've got to win two, they're a good ball club and there's a reason why they finished on top of the ladder 21

23 October 2017 12:45 PM North Korea warns ‘lunatic’ Donald Trump after prepares to put nuclear bombers on 24-hour alert

NORTH Korea has called Donald Trump a “lunatic” after he moved to prepare US bombers, the first time since the end of the Cold War. B-52 aircraft could soon find themselves permanently laden with nuclear weapons and parked next to the runways on air bases waiting for the order to attack, The Sun reports. An editorial by North Korean government news agency 136

22 October 2017 5:26 AM The AFL Draft Could Be Revolutionised Next Year

The AFL draft could be in for a big change with the introduction of live draft pick trading, with Hawthorn list manager Graham Wright of the opinion it "will come in next year". Live draft pick trading would be a significant development in the trade and draft period, allowing clubs to trade picks up to draft night and during the draft itself. The system 75

20 October 2017 7:46 PM At least 60 dead in twin suicide attacks on Afghan mosques: officials

In the first attack, on a Shiite mosque in the Afghan capital Kabul, at least 39 people including women and children were killed and 45 others wounded when a suicide bomber exploded his device as worshippers gathered for evening prayer. "Unfortunately this evening a suicide bomber detonated himself among the worshippers inside a mosque in Dasht-e-Barchi 301

18 October 2017 10:33 AM North Korea's Kim Jong Un is Officially Obsessed with Missiles

Kim Jong Un is becoming less prone to appear in public and, when he does, he prioritizes his country’s military activities. The North Korean leader appeared in public only 75 times between January 1 and October 17, almost twice a week on average, according to data released by South Korea’s unification ministry on Wednesday and reported in South Korean 74

12 October 2017 7:07 PM Australian Centre For Cannabinoid Clinical And Research Excellence Funded

Australia’s University of Newcastle is receiving almost $2.5 million for a world-first research centre that will test the efficacy and safety of cannabinoid medications. Announced by Federal Minister for Health, Greg Hunt MP on Wednesday, the grant comes from the latest round of National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funding. The NHMRC 49

2 October 2017 9:24 AM British holiday airline Monarch suddenly shuts down stranding 110,000 tourists

POLICE were called during chaotic scenes as one of the UK’s largest airlines went to the wall. The Government is now organising a huge repatriation effort. Monarch, a 50-year-old airline specialising in low cost scheduled and holiday charter flights, has been locked in survival talks to prevent it collapsing and has was handed a desperate 24-hour extension 89

30 September 2017 4:55 PM Tigers roar: Richmond fans swarm Punt Rd Oval, Swan St, Punt Rd and Melbourne CBD

TIGERS fans have partied into the early hours of the morning in Richmond as they celebrate their drought breaking win. Thousands of fans packed Swan St immediately after the siren sounded and remained there until after 1am. Odes to Dusty Martin, Jason Castanga and captain Trent Cotchin rung out as fans celebrated the win. Police were forced to use capsicum 110

29 September 2017 6:48 AM Experts React To SpaceX's Mission To Mars

Dr Charley Lineweaver is an Associate Professor in the Research School of Earth Sciences, at the Australian National University College of Science. "Elon Musk is impressive. He shows what intelligence and money can do when they are combined. Notice also that Elon Musk is not a committee. Reusing and recycling seem to be at the heart of the new approach 63