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Todays Australian News

  • US trying to remake the whole world, Putin says

    Russia's president Vladimir Putin has accused the United States of making the world a more dangerous place by imposing a "unilateral diktat", or harsh policies, in international diplomacy.

    He also denied Russia wanted to build a new empire or is attempting to undermine the sovereignty of neighbouring countries.

    In a speech laced with language reminiscent of the Cold War, Mr Putin shifted blame for the crisis in Ukraine to the West and portrayed Russia as a strong power that would not be forced to beg the West to lift sanctions imposed over the conflict.

    He warned that Washington was trying to "remake the whole world" around its own interests and that the risk of international conflicts was growing.

  • Seven injured and one dead in United States school shooting

    A student has opened fire at a US high school, injuring seven people before killing himself.

  • Police investigate Canada shooter's email link to terror suspect

    Canadian police are investigating whether the man who shot and killed a soldier and stormed into the parliament building in Ottawa had help in plotting his attack.

    The attack by 32-year-old Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, who according to US sources was a recent convert to Islam, came two days after another incident in Quebec.

    Police said Zehaf-Bibeau had travelled to the capital seeking a passport and that he had intended to travel to Syria, a hot spot of Islamic State (IS) activity, after recently undergoing a "radicalisation process".

    Royal Canadian Mounted Police commissioner Bob Paulson has also revealed investigators had linked Zehaf-Bibeau to someone charged with what he called a terrorist-related offence.


Todays Australian News

  • US trying to remake the whole world, Putin says

    Russia's president Vladimir Putin has accused the United States of making the world a more dangerous place by imposing a "unilateral diktat", or harsh policies, in international diplomacy.

    He also denied Russia wanted to build a new empire or is attempting to undermine the sovereignty of neighbouring countries.

    In a speech laced with language reminiscent of the Cold War, Mr Putin shifted blame for the crisis in Ukraine to the West and portrayed Russia as a strong power that would not be forced to beg the West to lift sanctions imposed over the conflict.

    He warned that Washington was trying to "remake the whole world" around its own interests and that the risk of international conflicts was growing.

  • Seven injured and one dead in United States school shooting

    A student has opened fire at a US high school, injuring seven people before killing himself.

  • Police investigate Canada shooter's email link to terror suspect

    Canadian police are investigating whether the man who shot and killed a soldier and stormed into the parliament building in Ottawa had help in plotting his attack.

    The attack by 32-year-old Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, who according to US sources was a recent convert to Islam, came two days after another incident in Quebec.

    Police said Zehaf-Bibeau had travelled to the capital seeking a passport and that he had intended to travel to Syria, a hot spot of Islamic State (IS) activity, after recently undergoing a "radicalisation process".

    Royal Canadian Mounted Police commissioner Bob Paulson has also revealed investigators had linked Zehaf-Bibeau to someone charged with what he called a terrorist-related offence.

  • Dallas nurse Nina Pham declared free of Ebola virus

    American nurse Nina Pham, who contracted Ebola while caring for a Liberian patient in Texas, has been declared free of the virus and has been released from hospital.

  • Beale not guilty of breaching ARU harassment policy
    Kurtley Beale has been fined $40,000 but found not guilty of breaching the ARU's member protection policy.
  • Hatchet-wielding attacker hacks New York police officers

    A hatchet-wielding attacker has charged a group of New York City police officers posing for a photograph, wounding two, one critically, before the assailant was shot dead.

  • Queen Elizabeth sends first tweet

    Queen Elizabeth sends her first tweet while opening an exhibition on the history of communication and information.

  • Warner hits third consecutive Test century
    David Warner hit a third straight Test ton as Australia reached 4 for 207 on day three of the first Test against Pakistan.
  • Muir's second chief of staff quits after two months

    The chief of staff to Motoring Enthusiast Party senator Ricky Muir has quit, just two months after taking up the role.

  • Woman in labour forces emergency plane landing in Bali

    A Malaysia Airlines flight has made an emergency landing in Bali after an Australian passenger went into labour.

  • Queensland girl, 3, critical after balcony fall

    A three-year-old girl has been airlifted to Brisbane from North Stradbroke Island in a critical condition after falling from a balcony onto concrete.

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