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  • Fears for missing relatives after explosion at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester

    23 May 2017 6:22 AM

    Numerous fatalities reported after explosion at Ariana Grande concert1:58 THE mother of Olivia Campbell has shared her agony at not knowing what has happened to her daughter, who is among the young people missing after the Manchester attack. “It’s the most horriblest feeling ever,” she sobbed. “To know your daughter’s there and you can’t find her, you don’t

  • Deadly blast at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester Arena

    23 May 2017 4:42 AM 5

    Numerous fatalities reported after explosion at Ariana Grande concert1:58 AUSTRALIA’S Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has condemned the attack on an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, calling it a “direct and brutal” attack on young people everywhere. “Australia’s heartfelt sympathy and resolute solidarity is with the people of the United Kingdom

  • Manchester explosion at Ariana Grande's UK show causes deaths

    23 May 2017 12:20 AM 6

    The federal government is trying to find out if any Australians have been caught up in a blast at US pop singer Ariana Grande's Manchester show on Monday night. The High Commission in London is making "urgent inquiries", the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade confirmed. There are reports of a "number of fatalities" but no further details

  • Yassmin Abdel-Magied says treatment over Anzac Day post was unfair

    22 May 2017 9:45 PM 9

    And now Muslim activist Yassmin Abdel-Magied has spoken out surrounding the furore, labelling her treatment as unfair. Speaking to a group of 60 school students at a Sydney Writers Festival workshop yesterday, Ms Abdel-Magied revealed her shock over the backlash she received, The Australian reported. In the now deleted post, Ms Abdel-Magied wrote: “Lest We Forget

  • Exhaustion blamed for slip-up on Trump’s first trip overseas

    22 May 2017 9:34 PM 8

    Trump and Netanyahu See Hope for Peace1:58 HE HAS won praise from international leaders and managed to keep Washington scandal at bay, but a tiny slip-up in a speech has led to the claim that Donald Trump is “exhausted” on his first overseas trip. It had been relatively plain sailing for Mr Trump, who has already visited the Muslim nation of Saudia Arabia

  • What kind of deal is Trump making with Saudi Arabia?

    22 May 2017 8:30 PM 7

    The optics of Donald Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia, where he addressed dozens of leaders from Arab and Muslim majority countries, suggested a dramatic departure for American Middle East policy. The reality is far more prosaic. Trump outlined a highly conventional U.S. Middle East policy focused on cooperation with traditional regional allies against

  • Rouhani hopes Europe won't follow Trump

    22 May 2017 8:23 PM 9

    Iran welcomes cooperation at all levels to bring stability to the Middle East, President Hassan Rouhani has told his French counterpart hours after US President Donald Trump lambasted Tehran again as he tours the region. In a telephone call, Rouhani told France's new president Emmanuel Macron he was hopeful that Europe would not copy Trump's stance against

  • Iran votes for reform

    22 May 2017 7:54 PM 12

    After a difficult campaign, President Hassan Rouhani won a crucial second term in Iran’s presidential elections held on May 19. A high turnout of 73% helped him score a convincing victory over his principal challenger Ebrahim Raisi, a conservative cleric, in the first round itself, winning 57% of the votes compared to Mr. Raisi’s 38.5%. More than two-thirds

  • Russian journalist Mikhail Zygar reveals Vladimir Putin’s secret

    22 May 2017 2:15 PM 10

    QandA: Vladimir Putin's favourite president is actually fictional0:46 On QandA, Russian journalist Mikhail Zygar talks about Vladimir Putin's favourite fictional president Frank Underwood. RUSSIAN president Vladimir Putin and his US colleague Donald Trump were mocked on Monday night’s episode of Q&A and one panellist aired Putin’s embarrassing secret

  • Indonesian police make mass arrests over 'gay party'

    22 May 2017 9:05 AM 6

    Officers late Sunday raided a building in the capital Jakarta that houses a sauna and a gym, and halted what they said was a sex party promoted as "The Wild One". Pictures circulating online showed topless men sitting crammed in a room next to gym equipment after the police raid. "Our officers did an undercover investigation and raided the place on Sunday