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The scale of the rebellion has fatally wounded her leadership, and highlighted political deadlock over Brexit.

What happens with Brexit after Theresa May survives leadership vote

The British PM plans to attend a two-day summit starting overnight in Brussels and try to convince remaining EU leaders to sweeten the divorce deal now on the table.

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One in seven New Zealanders over the age of 50 are affected in some way by the condition.

New blood test offers hope to macular degeneration sufferers

The Australian research is also testing for new drugs to slow down the condition.

This May 29, 2018 photo provided by Virgin Galactic shows the VSS Unity craft during a supersonic flight test. The spaceship isn’t launched from the ground but is carried beneath a special aircraft to an altitude around 50,000 feet (15,240 meters). There, it’s released before igniting its rocket engine and climbing. (Virgin Galactic via AP)

Next test flight for Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic could be as early as this week

Successful test would be major step toward long-delayed dream of commercial space tourism.

A home burned down by a wildfire sits on a hilltop overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Malibu, California.

Insurance claims at least $9 billion from California fires

The clean-up is expected to begin in January and take about a year to complete.

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Strangers reported the suspected attack to police after hearing Luke Munday fighting with his girlfriend.

Alleged domestic violence Fortnite live-streamer appears in Australian court

The NSW father is accused of assaulting his partner as he live-streamed himself playing.

It was a multicultural ceremony the likes of which the Royals have never seen.

Gospel group loved working with 'down-to-earth' Harry and Meghan at wedding

The initial approach for them to sing at the wedding came from Harry's father, Prince Charles.

President Donald Trump attends a ceremony where he signed an executive order establishing the White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, Wednesday Dec. 12, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

US primary school student bullied for two years because his surname is Trump

Officials have allowed 11-year-old's name to be changed to his father's surname in the database.

Water supply shrinking globally, drought-like conditions to be the new normal, research shows

Australian-based study showed dry soil in catchment areas is soaking up most or world's rain.

Man stuck in vent for two days after attempted burglary of California restaurant goes wrong

The man was in generally good condition despite being exposed to the cold and the elements.

Sydney mum found dead months after children murdered by their dad

Olga Edwards lost 13-year-old daughter Jennifer and 15-year-old son Jack in July.

Pope Francis demotes two cardinals, including Australia's George Pell, over sex abuse cover-up

Pell has been away from Rome since announcing his leave of absence in June 2017.

US mother whose toddler was yanked by New York police resolves separate legal case

"I'm just happy to be reunited with my son," Jazmine Headley said outside the Trenton courthouse.

Identity of man wanted over deadly shooting spree in Strasbourg revealed

Cherif Chekatt is wanted over the deaths of two people at Christmas market in the French city.

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He’s the first person in the US President’s inner circle to receive a significant prison term.

Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen sentenced to three years in prison

His crimes include hush-money payments that prosecutors say the US president ordered.

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It’s just the second man-made object to travel to the edge of space.

Voyager 2 breaks free of our solar system after four decades in space

The spacecraft is now 18 billion kilometres from Earth.

Google boss asked by US lawmakers why Trump's image appears when the word 'idiot' is searched for

Questions were in a bid to understand how the search algorithms work.

May was mocked outside Parliament, and heckled and laughed at in it.

Conservative Party lawmakers trigger no confidence vote in Theresa May over Brexit

If she loses the vote of party legislators, May must step down.

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Sonia Mackay will be eligible for parole in 2021.

Adelaide teacher who admitted she had sex with student at home and in public jailed

The mother of two young children will be eligible for parole in early 2021.

New York mother released after toddler was ripped from her arms by police

The district attorney dropped all charges "in the interest of justice" following taped incident.

The book will include details about her alleged affair, and non-disclosure agreement.

Porn star Stormy Daniels ordered to pay President Donald Trump's legal fees by LA judge

The adult film star's defamation suit against the president was dismissed.

Jury orders life sentence plus 419 years for US man who killed woman at white nationalist rally

Hitler admirer James Alex Fields Jr, 21, aimed his car into counter-protestors in Charlottesville.

Infant in US fighting for her life after being shot in the face by her 3-year-old brother

Their mother and her boyfriend, who were in the shower, face child abuse charges.

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The British Prime Minister’s journey comes after a vote on the deal in Parliament was postponed.

Theresa May finds 'shared determination' among some EU leaders to rescue Brexit deal

It comes after the British PM postponed a planned vote in the House of Commons instead of seeing Brexit rejected.

Massey University, which partnered with Huawei to upgrade wireless infrastructure, says its watching developments closely.

Huawei executive arrested in Canada released on $11 million bail

Meng Wanzhou was detained at the request of the US during a layoverin Vancouver.

The sentencing in the US has been hailed as a landmark moment for the MeToo movement.

Lawyers for Bill Cosby detail alleged trial errors as they appeal sex assault conviction

They filed 11 charges today, including the judge's decision to send the case to trial.

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Things got heated between Mr Trump as he met Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi.

Watch: Heated Oval Office exchange sees Trump told off by top Democrat

Nancy Pelosi pulled up the US President saying, "I don’t think we should have a debate in front of the press".

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