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The two planes passed close to each other last July and were forced to abort their landings.

Close call as Qantas jet passes under another above Melbourne Airport

A passenger in one of the planes captured footage of the other aircraft flying below.

01:42
What is your favourite or least favourite Super Bowl ad?

Super Bowl advert memory lane: These could make you cringe, cry or laugh

The puppy and the horse was a favourite - but what about the others?

00:35
Police with riot shields stood by as a church used by migrants was razed, leaving an empty muddy field.

'They said it would be safe' - migrants' makeshift church bulldozed in Calais

Police with riot shields stood by as a church used by migrants was razed, leaving an empty muddy field.

02:08
Here’s a preview of some of the latest pre-released ads

Super Bowl ads: Here's a taste of what's to come

For some, the ads are more interesting than the action on the field.

00:23
The cat was seen on CCTV at a Bangalore school, prompting an epic battle to tranquilise and capture it.

Man vs cat: The moment a leopard prowling school is confronted

It took patience, and some courage, to catch this cat.

00:33
In response to the threat the US and South Korea have made an alliance to improve their missile defence posture.

North Korea's long-range rocket launch is 'irresponsible' - McCully

North Korea's move flies in the face of international opinion, says Foreign Minister Murray McCully.

00:26
People looked on helplessly as their cars started to slowly sink through the ice.

Not the best place to park - cars sink after frozen lake melts

A lake in Wisconsin turned out not to be as frozen as people believed.

00:08
The bus was blown up on a bridge for an upcoming movie, but witnesses thought it was a terror attack.

Terror attack fears as bus explodes on London bridge for Jackie Chan movie scene

Frightened onlookers thought the deliberate explosion was a terror attack.

00:26
The 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck 31 kilometres east-southeast of Taiwan.

Rescuers in Taiwan pull out survivors from quake rubble

At least 26 people are dead following the quake and more than 100 remained buried in the building's rubble.

Four dead after air strike hits a college in Libya

The air strike hit a medical technology college in the city of Derna.

Red Cross office forced to close in Gaza

Forceful protesters repeatedly stormed the office causing it to close its doors.

Spanish police arrest seven on suspected links to IS

Police allege the arrested seven aided IS fighters in Syria and Iraq with weapons, funds and brides.

00:18
Protests took place in Calais, Amsterdam, Prague and Birmingham.

Anti-immigrant protests across cities in Europe

Protests took place in Calais, Amsterdam, Prague and Birmingham.

02:11
At least 14 people were killed and hundreds injured in the Saturday's earthquake.

Taiwan rescuers find signs of life in quake rubble as more than 100 remain missing

The emergency centre in Tainan, the worst-hit city, said that 171 people had been rescued from a building.

02:00
The number of people on the Syria-Turkey border has doubled over the past 24 hours.

Aid workers warn of new humanitarian crisis in Syria

The number of people on the Syria-Turkey border has doubled over the past 24 hours.

00:39
The two Republican US presidential hopefuls paused for a long time making their entrance.

Donald Trump and Ben Carson share awkward stage walkout moment

Ben Carson was called to walk out on stage but seemingly refused to do.

00:39
The view from inside the plane shows passengers huddled in the corners of the cabin just moments after a large hole was ripped in the fuselage.

Suicide bomber may have blown hole in jet say Somali officials

Experts have concluded the cause of the blast in the plane over Somalia was a bomb.

Peter Saunders,  a British advocate for survivors, talks during an interview with the Associated Press in Rome, Saturday, Feb.  6, 2016. Pope Francis’ sex abuse advisory committee voted Saturday to temporarily sideline one of its members, a high-profile abuse survivor who had clashed with the commission over its mandate and mission. During a meeting of the commission Saturday, "it was decided that Mr. Peter Saunders would take a leave of absence from his membership to consider how he might best support the commission's work," the Vatican said in a statement. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

Pope's sex abuse panel tells abuse survivor to take leave

Peter Saunders, a British advocate for victims, had been highly critical of the Vatican's slow progress on the issue.

00:49
More than 10 cities in Brazil called off celebrations due to Zika virus, but Rio partied on.

Rio Carnival goes ahead despite Zika fears

Some medical experts have voiced concerns about the massive gathering.

Chicago cop sues the family of teen he shot dead, claiming trauma

The cop's attorney says the suit is sending a message that police are "not targets for assaults".

00:28
The North is threatening to blow up South Korean loudspeakers blaring anti-propaganda messages.

North Korea fires long-range rocket

Critics say the rocket is meant to test banned technology for a missile that could strike the US mainland.

02:05
There are reports 20 people are dead in the attack in Burkina Faso.

Aussie woman kidnapped in Burkina Faso terror attack freed by militants

Jocelyn Elliott and her husband were taken by the militants nearly a month ago.

01:48
The World Health Organization denies criticism of its slow response to Ebola had anything to do with its emergency declaration.

Out of 3,177 pregnant women diagnosed with Zika, none have microcephaly

Brazilian officials say they suspect Zika is behind a seemingly unusual number of microcephaly cases.

01:18
Rescue efforts in Taiwan have begun after a 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck the southern city of Tainan.

Baby pulled alive from collapsed 17-storey building in Taiwan

The dead so far include a 10-day-old girl who was found wrapped in her deceased father's arms.

Boy, 11, found guilty of murder in America

"A child who commits first-degree murder cannot be willy-nilly turned loose into society."

00:38
Europe Correspondent Emma Keeling says thousands turned out for the annual Waitangi event.

Annual Waitangi Day pub crawl sees London streets shut down

Kiwis living in the UK congregated near Westminster for Waitangi Day celebrations.

00:38
A group of artists have painted the mural ahead of the Pope's February 14 visit.

Young artists produce graffiti mural of Pope Francis

The artwork comes ahead of the Pope's visit to Mexico later this month.

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Five killed in Austrian avalanche

17 people were also buried by the snow disaster which struck the skiing region of Tyrol.

02:05
ONE News Australia Correspondent Ruth Wynn-Williams went along to one of the biggest.

Kiwis across the Tasman gather in their thousands to mark Waitangi Day

ONE News Australia Correspondent Ruth Wynn-Williams went along to one of the biggest.

02:09
The US Secretary of State accused Moscow of killing ‘large numbers’ of civilians.

'This has to stop' - Russia slammed by John Kerry over air strikes in Syria

The US Secretary of State says Russian "dumb bombs" have killed large numbers of civilians.

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