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A Palestinians carry the body of Hamas militant, who medics said was killed by an Israeli air strike which took place before a five-hour humanitarian truce, during his funeral in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip July 17, 2014.
Hamas Militants   Israel - Palestinians Conflict   Photos   Protest in Gaza   Wikipedia: IsraeliPalestinian conflict  
Palestinians killed in West Bank Gaza solidarity march
At least two Palestinians have been killed in the West Bank during protests against Israel's military campaign in Gaza, officials say. | At least 10,000 protesters marched from Ramallah towards E... (photo: WN / Ahmed Deeb) BBC News
A Palestinian girl gets help from her relatives to sneak out  through the wall of the Rafah crossing borders with Egypt as the crossing door takes long procedures to pass each one on his own, Wednesday, Feb.7, 2007. Thousands of Palestinians came to the crossing since Tuesday night to be in an early queue to pass to the Egyptian side through the crossing that doesn't usually open its gates to the Palestinians.
Gaza Ceasefire   Hamas Militants   Israel - Palestine Conflict   Photos   Wikipedia: IsraeliPalestinian conflict  
Israel's Walls and Wars of Shame
Article by WN.com Correspondent Dallas Darling. | As Israeli ground troops continue to push deeper into the Gaza Strip (known as Operation Edge), backed by deadly tanks, artillery fire, and air strike... (photo: IRIN) WorldNews.com
Paracetamol acetaminophen 500 mg pills.jpg/ntf1 Paracetamol for low back pain 'no better than placebo'
Paracetamol used to treat acute lower back pain is no better than a dummy pill, research in the Lancet suggests. | The largest trial to date suggests the drug does not improve recovery time or provide... (photo: Creative Commons/Michelle Tribe / nourtarek) BBC News
Dummy Pills   Fitness   Paracetamol   Photos   Wikipedia: Back pain  
A woman checks a mobile phone in front of an electronic stock indicator in Tokyo, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011. Asian stocks fell Wednesday after a meeting of Europe's finance ministers failed to stem fears that the euro currency union is hurtling toward a breakup. Asian stocks rise as risk aversion wanes
TOKYO — Asian stocks edged up on Wednesday as risk aversion triggered by recent geopolitical tension continued to ebb, while the Australian dollar spiked on stronger than expected inflation data. | ... (photo: AP / Shizuo Kambayashi) Business Day
Asian stocks   MSCI   Pacific   Photos   Wikipedia: Nikkei 225  
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Chongqing Taxi, China 20 China travel tips that will make your journey easier
July 22, 2014 -- Updated 2359 GMT (0759 HKT) | Hitting the China travel trail doesn't have to be a struggle if you arm yourself with the right knowledge. | Shanghai taxi ... (photo: Creative Commons / Foxxyz) CNN
China   Photos   Shanghai   Travel   Wikipedia: China  
Jakarta Gov. Joko Widodo addresses supporters from a ship at the port in North Jakarta after he won the country's presidential election in Jakarta, Indonesia, Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Indonesia’s president elect Joko Widodo calls for unity
Jokowi wins election with 53% of the vote as rival candidate withdraws, calling poll ‘legally tainted’ | Joko Widodo, Indonesia's president elect (left), delivers a v... (photo: AP / Mark Baker) The Guardian
Election   Indonesia   Joko Widodo   Photos   Wikipedia: Joko Widodo  
Australia's Michael Rogers crosses the finish line to win the sixteenth stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 237.5 kilometers (147.6 miles) with start in Carcassonne and finish in Bagneres-de-Luchon, France, Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Tour de France: Australian Michael Rogers takes stage 16 win
Australian Michael Rogers took victory in stage 16 of the Tour de France - the longest of this year's race. | The 34-year-old Tinkoff-Saxo rider made his break on th... (photo: AP / Peter Dejong) BBC News
Cycling   Michael Rogers   Photos   Tour de France 2014   Wikipedia: Michael Rogers (cyclist)  
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, walks away after a media conference at a hotel in Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang, Malaysia, Friday, July 18, 2014. Malaysia Airlines said it lost contact with Flight 17 over Ukrainian airspace Thursday. It was flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 'Deal done' to obtain black box recorders
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says that the leader of the pro-Russian rebels has agreed to hand over both black boxes from Flight 17 to Malaysian investigators who... (photo: AP / Joshua Paul) Belfast Telegraph
Airline   Malaysia   Photos   Ukraine   Wikipedia: Malaysia Airlines Flight 17  
Ukrainian interim Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk speaks during an U.N. Security Council meeting on the Ukraine crisis at the United Nations headquarters, Thursday, March 13, 2014. Yatsenyuk, during a meeting with President Barack Obama on Wednesday, declared in English that his government was "absolutely ready and open for talks with the Russian Federation" and urged Moscow to "start the dialogue" without guns and tanks. MH17: Bodies of victims to be transferred to Amsterdam as Prime Minister Tony Abbott send ...
THE bodies of the MH17 victims, including up to 39 Australian citizens and residents, will be transferred to Amsterdam as soon as possible, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arsen... (photo: AP / John Minchillo) The Australian
MH17 shootdown   Malaysia Airlines   Photos   Ukraine   Wikipedia: Malaysia Airlines Flight 17  
Afghan election commission workers sorts ballot papers for an audit of the presidential run-off votes at a election commission office in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, July 18, 2014. Afghanistan presidential vote audit on again
AN election audit of more than eight million Afghan votes has resumed amid continuing tensions between the two presidential candidates over how to determine which votes a... (photo: AP / Rahmat Gul) The Australian
Afghanistan   Election Fraud   Photos   Presidential Vote   Wikipedia: Afghan presidential election, 2014  
Indonesian presidential candidate Joko Widodo talks to the media during his visit at a reservoir development project in Jakarta, Indonesia, Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Indonesia is set to declare the winner of its presidential election Tuesday. Joko Widodo to claim Indonesia win despite looming court challenge
JOKO Widodo will be confirmed winner of Indonesia’s presidential election today but finalisation could be delayed up to a month as the stubborn loser, Prabowo Subia... (photo: AP / Dita Alangkara) The Australian
Indonesia   Joko Widodo   Photos   Politics   Wikipedia: Joko Widodo  
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Jakarta Gov. Joko Widodo addresses supporters from a ship at the port in North Jakarta after he won the country's presidential election in Jakarta, Indonesia, Tuesday, July 22, 2014.
Indonesia’s president elect Joko Widodo calls for unity
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Telstra chair Catherine Livingstone aims to extend tenure
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Telstra chair Catherine Livingston aims to extend tenure
Woolworths logisitics boss Julie Coates hits the road
A woman checks a mobile phone in front of an electronic stock indicator in Tokyo, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011. Asian stocks fell Wednesday after a meeting of Europe's finance ministers failed to stem fears that the euro currency union is hurtling toward a breakup.
Asian stocks rise as risk aversion wanes
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Sport Science & Technology
Shift in focus for Wiggins
All the fun of the Commonwealth Games
Indian athletes bag seven medals on first day of Commonwealt
Ben Treffers continuing the family legacy in the pool
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Tendulkar says Perth century changed his career
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NZ dollar heads for 1.4% weekly drop post-Wheeler comments
Recalling airline jet's downing in Ukraine
A north Qld 'grass change' instead of a 'tree ch
Carbon tax axe will boost Australian renewables: Trustpower
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Paracetamol for low back pain 'no better than placebo'
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Showbiz Health
Parent and Child Work Relationships on Television
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Cassowaries clash as the mating season begins
French teens from Vignacourt honour Indigenous diggers after
Singer Pharrell Williams poses during a news conference for the exhibition "GIRL" at the Perrotin Gallery in Paris, Monday, May 26, 2014. Williams curated an exhibition encompassing around 40 art pieces, presenting their visions of femininity, muses, female creativity and freedom. The show opens on May 27 and runs through June 27, 2014. The piece behind Williams is "GIRL" by French artist Guy Limone.
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Exit International forum coached young man to his death, mot
Recalling airline jet's downing in Ukraine
The future of Australia and the world
China slump to weigh on Caterpillar
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Paracetamol for low back pain 'no better than placebo'
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NZ wine favoured by British
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Tamil asylum seekers held at sea will be taken to camp on Au
South Sydney property is flying high
A woman checks a mobile phone in front of an electronic stock indicator in Tokyo, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011. Asian stocks fell Wednesday after a meeting of Europe's finance ministers failed to stem fears that the euro currency union is hurtling toward a breakup.
Asian stocks rise as risk aversion wanes
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Tree planting benefits students as well as environment
Karreman Quarries objects to competitor's quarry over en
Mine's Aboriginal 'rock art' found to be authent
Volunteers sought for Valley Lake Conservation Park planting
File - A variety of corals form an outcrop on Flynn Reef, part of the Great Barrier Reef near Cairns, Queensland, Australia.
Great Barrier Reef will be 'pretty ugly' by 2050
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