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Ground forces should come from Arab countries: Bishop
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has made a strong pitch for Arab countries providing any ground forces that might be needed to beat back the brutal Islamic State group in Iraq.
Woman may have lived if police got call (AAP)
The WA deputy coroner has made two recommendations after finding that a woman who was murdered by her partner may have survived if police had attended.
Grower saved millions after union deal
An employer with a history of workplace injuries saved $3.5 million a year after signing a favourable EBA through a union to which it paid $4000 a month.
Terror plotters betray weakness

Comment: This alleged plot is a sign of weakness by those who would do Australians harm.
Shock as Netanyahu rival resigns

Interior Minister Gideon Sa'ar has decided to quit Israel’s government - a move that stunned the political right.

Balcony accused unable to appear in court
A MAN accused of kidnapping an associate and throwing him from the fifth-floor balcony of a Brisbane apartment is unable to appear in court, his lawyers say.
[in Tony Keim, Paige Carfrae]
Teenagers’ row ends in bloodshed

Thai police say a 14-year-old boy fatally stabbed his friend during an argument over domestic chores.

Seeking calm amid violence, fear and outrage
It's the sheer randomness of it that makes it so terrifying. The idea that the victim would be utterly generic: not a politician or a soldier, but a random person. This person would be an abstraction, really. They are everyone precisely because they are no one in particular. What would matter is the image. The video had to be made, the event had to be broadcast. This matters more than the killing itself.
Service grant lights park
THE Remembrance Court project in Voyager Park at Huskisson is to get better lighting, courtesy of a federal government grant.
China media: Xi's India visit
Papers urge Indian and Chinese citizens to "avoid misconceptions" about each other.
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