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Todays Australian News

  • MH17: Bodies missing as forensic experts begin identifying victims

    The head of the Dutch forensic team in Ukraine says a train carrying the remains of MH17 victims contains significantly fewer bodies than claimed by pro-Russian rebels.

    The separatists said there were 282 bodies on the train but only 200 have been found.

    "We are sure of having 200 bodies and body parts, that is all that I know," said Jan Tuinder, the head of the Dutch delegation.

    Meanwhile, US intelligence officials say evidence suggested MH17 was shot down by "mistake" by ill-trained pro-Russian separatists.

  • Michael Rogers takes first stage win in ten Tours
    It has taken 10 years, but Australian Michael Rogers has finally taken out a stage in the Tour de France.
  • Gaza conflict: US suspends Israel flights over rocket fears

    Major airlines are suspending flights to and from Israel, on the advice of US and European aviation authorities, as intense fighting continues on the Gaza Strip.


Todays Australian News

  • MH17: Bodies missing as forensic experts begin identifying victims

    The head of the Dutch forensic team in Ukraine says a train carrying the remains of MH17 victims contains significantly fewer bodies than claimed by pro-Russian rebels.

    The separatists said there were 282 bodies on the train but only 200 have been found.

    "We are sure of having 200 bodies and body parts, that is all that I know," said Jan Tuinder, the head of the Dutch delegation.

    Meanwhile, US intelligence officials say evidence suggested MH17 was shot down by "mistake" by ill-trained pro-Russian separatists.

  • Michael Rogers takes first stage win in ten Tours
    It has taken 10 years, but Australian Michael Rogers has finally taken out a stage in the Tour de France.
  • Gaza conflict: US suspends Israel flights over rocket fears

    Major airlines are suspending flights to and from Israel, on the advice of US and European aviation authorities, as intense fighting continues on the Gaza Strip.

  • Kids charities deregistered after fundraising probe

    A charity exposed by 7.30 as a carrying out questionable fundraising activities has been struck off the charities register after a five-month investigation by the sector's regulator.

  • Deported Islamic preacher back in Australia

    High-profile Australian preacher and supporter of the Islamic State, Musa Cerantonio, has arrived in Melbourne after being deported from the Philippines.

  • Indonesia's president-elect calls for national unity

    Indonesia's president-elect Joko Widodo has called for his nation to put the divisive election behind it as he prepares to take office.

  • Pro Hart private collection fetches $1.6m at auction

    Some of Australian artist Pro Hart's most significant paintings have gone under the hammer in Melbourne, fetching $1.6 million for the family's estate.

    It was the first time the 173 works from the Hart family's private collection have been made available to the public.

    Hart's son John Hart said the works spanned from about 1950 to 2006 and took on different themes.

  • Melbourne man wanted over alleged war crimes

    A Melbourne man has been placed on Interpol's most wanted list after allegedly committing war crimes during the breakdown of the former Yugoslavia.

  • Newman hits back at lawyer suing him for defamation

    Queensland Premier Campbell Newman has accused a Gold Coast solicitor who is suing him of contempt of court and interfering with the administration of justice, offences that carry potential jail terms.

  • Britain to hold public inquiry into ex-KGB agent's death

    Britain says it will hold a public inquiry into the death of former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko, who accused Russian president Vladimir Putin of ordering his murder from his deathbed.

  • Queen's champion racehorse fails drugs test
    A horse owned by Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and the winner of one of England's most prestigious races has failed a drugs test.
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