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Melbourne Wakes Up To Anti-Terror Raids: Seabrook Man Arrested For Funding Terrorist Organisation

New anti-terror raids awakened Melbourne suburb residents as the AFP and Victoria Police carry out their mission in five locations. One man from Seabrook was arrested for funding a U.S. citizen who is fighting in Syria. Intelligence reports revealed he was about to make more fund transfers to terrorists.

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Australia's Rising Temperatures Have 'Definite' Links To Global Warming

Climate scientists all around the world were united in saying that Australia's heat waves are linked to global warming caused by man-made greenhouse gas emissions.

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Barbie And Ken As Virgin Mary And Jesus Sparks Religious Outrage [Video]

An exhibit depicting Barbie and Ken as Virgin Mary and Jesus sparks religious outrage

Protesters take pictures with their mobile phones as they block the main street to the financial Central district, outside the government headquarters in Hong Kong September 29, 2014. Hong Kong democracy protesters defied volleys of tear gas and police ba

From Politics & Policy

Hong Kong Protests: US Urges Restraint By Authorities; Supports More Autonomy

China may not like to persist with Hong Kong's One Nation: Two Systems model for long, as it fears such demands from its hinterland.

File photo of Air Canada's Boeing 787 Dreamliner landing at Pearson International Airport in Toronto

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Air Canada Adds New Internatinal Routes in 2015: Also Extends Services in Other Destinations

Air Canada will start offering the Toronto-Amsterdam route beginning June on 2015.

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Australian Comedian Fiona O'Loughlin Reveals Suicide Plans

Australian comedian Fiona O'Loughlin said that she had suicide attempts in 2013.

Australia's Treasurer Joe Hockey speaks during the B20 Summit in Sydney July 18, 2014.

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Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey Questions High Price of iPhone 6, Other Goods in Australia

Australia Treasurer Joe Hockey seeks to find out the truth from the Tax Office and asks the tax commissioner to explain why Australians pay more for the same gadgets and goods their American counterparts buy.

The moon is shown in eclipse from Los Angeles (Reuters)

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Eerie Reddish Glow Of October 8 Total Lunar Eclipse – Astronomer Reminds Aussies To Enjoy Photo Opp

Australian astronomer reminds Aussies of the October 8 total lunar eclipse.

A Royal Australian Air Force C-130J Hercules Crew Load Supplies Of Biscuits, Water And Humanitarian Supplies For An Airdrop To Isolated Iraqi Civilians On Mount Sinjar In Northern Iraq At Al Minhad Air Base In The United Arab Emirates

From Politics & Policy

Australian Troops In UAE Await Australia Decision To Fight ISIS; Julie Bishop Explains Delay

Australia is set to decide within the week if it will deploy Australian troops in Iraq to fight ISIS. Members of special forces as well as Australian warplanes are on standby in UAE.

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Australia All Set To Join The U.S Coalition For Air Strikes In Iraq: Cabinet Nod Expected Any Time

After the humanitarian assistance rendered in Northern Iraq it is logical for Australia to join the airstrikes to dismantle the terror bases.

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