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The residents of Australia’s Lake Moondarra region have witnessed a life-and-death battle between a snake and a crocodile.
A massive winter storm system packing cold air, snow and freezing rain is bearing down on the US East Coast.
The landmark nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers is being implemented as planned.
The EU is unlikely to match the US in threatening sanctions against Russia when its foreign ministers meet to discuss Ukraine’s crisis.
President Hamid Karzai intensified his criticism of the United States as Washington prepared to end its 13-year war in Afghanistan.
A nurse from PMB who was arrested in India when a bullet was found in her luggage expected to appear in Delhi High Court on Monday
Collaboration deal included equipment provision, and the teaching of Mandarin in some South African schools
The leaders of the world’s top industrialised countries have turned on Russia for its violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty.
Desmond Tutu is expected to speak during a special ceremony in honour of Nelson Mandela at Westminster Abbey.
UN Chief Ban Ki-moon and Pope Francis have called for an end to unrest in Venezuela that has killed at least 13 people.
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