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Toddler in critical condition after Queensland race track incident

She and her family were hit by a metal starting gate.

British Prime Minister Theresa May speaks during a media conference at an EU summit in Brussels, Friday, March 22, 2019. Worn down by three years of indecision in London, EU leaders on Thursday were grudgingly leaning toward giving the U.K. more time to ease itself out of the bloc. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)

Theresa May faces heavy pressure to step down to save Brexit

The Sunday Times claims 11 Cabinet ministers plan to tell the PM to resign so a caretaker leader can be put in her place.

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The US President falsely claimed he was exonerated, despite the report specifically saying he had not been.

Mueller report doesn't say Trump committed a crime, but doesn't exonerate him

The Attorney General filed a summary of Mueller's report into alleged collusion between Trump and Russia.

Freshwater crocodile seized from Sydney home.

Freshwater crocodile found during police raid on Sydney home

The reptile was found along with cash and suspected stolen vehicles.

Kenyan science teacher wins global prize for giving most of his salary to poor students

He was awarded $NZ1.45 million and says he plans to use the money to improve the school and feed the poor.

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The ship carried 1,373 passengers and crew when it had engine trouble off the western coast of Norway.

Crippled Viking Sky cruise ship limps into Norwegian port

More than half the ship's passengers had to be rescued by helicopter.

Cyclone Idai death toll passes 750, fighting disease new challenge in three African nations affected

Nearly 110,000 people are now in camps more than a week after it hit.

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More than 130 people died in the massacre at Ogossogou.

Women, children among more than 130 killed in massacre at Mali village

An ethnic Dogon militia already blamed for scores of attacks in central Mali over the past year attacked an ethnic Peuhl village.

U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) fighters fly their flag from a rooftop overlooking Baghouz, Syria, after the SDF declared the area free of Islamic State militants after months of fighting on Saturday, March 23, 2019.  The elimination of the last Islamic State stronghold in Baghouz brings to a close a grueling final battle that stretched across several weeks and saw thousands of people flee the territory and surrender in desperation, and hundreds killed. (AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo)

Driver working with NBC News killed in Syria

Noah Oppenheim said in a statement yesterday that NBC employees escaped unharmed, and expressed "deepest sympathies" to the driver's family and loved ones.

Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo, center, stands on a stage with the background of a Jakarta Mass Rapid Transit train during the inauguration ceremony of the subway line in Jakarta, Indonesia, Sunday, March 24, 2019. The 16-kilometer (10-mile) line system running south from Jakarta's downtown is the first phase of a development that if fully realized will plant a cross-shaped network of stations on the teeming city of 30 million people. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara, Pool)

Indonesia's first subway opens in its gridlocked capital

The line that opened yesterday includes seven elevated and six underground stations built by two consortiums of local and Japanese companies.

Mosque killings spark debate over free speech

It comes after the chief censor banned the 74-page manifesto written by the man accused of the attack.

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Police say the demonstrations were more peaceful than previous events.

Thousands join renewed Yellow Vest marches in France

The 4-month-old movement drew bigger crowds than in recent weeks, despite heavy security.

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The Viking Sky suffered engine failure, prompting a large-scale evacuation.

Furniture crashes around inside stricken cruise ship off coast of Norway, 1300 people evacuated

The Viking Sky had engine problems as strong winds and heavy seas hit.

Paper cranes hang in the Columbine High School library in suburban Denver on Saturday, March 23, 2019. Several survivors and family members of the victims gathered at the library to speak about the upcoming 20th anniversary of the April 20, 1999, attack that killed 12 students and a teacher. (AP Photo/Thomas Peipert)

Columbine families gather to tell stories nearly 20 years on

It was on April 20, 1999, that two Columbine students gunned down 12 classmates and a teacher in the Denver suburb of Littleton.

A family dig for their son who got buried in the mud when Cyclone Idai struck in Chimanimani about 600 kilometres south east of Harare, Zimbabwe, Tuesday, March, 19, 2019.  According to the government, Cyclone Idai has killed more than 100 people in Chipinge and Chimanimani and according to residents the figures could be higher because the hardest hit areas are still inaccessible.  Some hundreds are dead, many more are missing, and some thousands at risk from the massive flooding in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe caused by Cyclone Idai.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)

More than 600 dead, thousands more in need after Africa hit by Cyclone Idai

Emergency air efforts are focusing on spotting stranded communities in the hope of dropping aid.

FILE - In this Thursday, July 26, 2012 file photo, an AR-15 style rifle is displayed at the Firing-Line indoor range and gun shop, in Aurora, Colo. A new poll shows a majority of Americans favor stricter gun laws, and most believe schools and places of worship have become less safe over the last two decades, according to a poll conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research both before and after last week’s mass shooting at two mosques in New Zealand. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

Majority of US favour stricter gun laws, believe places of worship are less safe after Christchurch terror attack

In contrast to NZ, the US has enacted few national restrictions in recent years.

FILE - In this Dec. 14, 1986, file photo, singers Barbra Streisand and Michael Jackson attend the Scopus Awards of the American Friends of the Hebrew University ceremony in Los Angeles. Streisand is apologizing outright for her comments about sexual abuse allegations against Michael Jackson. She said in a second statement Saturday, March 23, 2019, that she should have chosen her words more carefully, and admires the accusers for "speaking their truth." (AP Photo/Mark Avery, File)

Barbra Streisand apologises for remarks on Michael Jackson accusers - 'I didn't mean to dismiss the trauma'

Ms Streisand said in an early interview the alleged abuse "didn't kill them".

Snowy rocks at the Rax in Austria

One person killed, another injured after avalanche in Austria

Officials say no other people have been reported missing but that as a precaution the area was searched.

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Barbra Streisand under fire for comments about Michael Jackson, alleged abuse - 'Didn't kill them'

Streisand was quoted as saying she "absolutely" believed the accusers, but also said they were "thrilled to be there".

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People are demanding a second referendum on Britain’s departure from the EU.

Approximately one million protesters march in London for second Brexit vote

"There is a huge turnout of people here from all walks of life, of all ages and from all over the country."

FILE -- In this Saturday, Feb.22, 2014 file photo, newly-elected Cardinal Ricardo Ezzati Andrello, Archbishop of Santiago, Chile, holds his papal Bull of the Creation of Cardinals and wears the red three-cornered biretta hat during a consistory inside the St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican. Pope Francis has replaced Cardinal Ricardo Ezzati, the embattled archbishop of Santiago, Chile, after he became embroiled in the country's spiraling sex abuse and cover-up scandal. Francis on Saturday, March 23, 2019, accepted Ezzati's resignation and named a temporary replacement to govern Chile's most important archdiocese: the current bishop of Copiapo, Monsignor Celestino Aos Braco. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino, File)

Pope replaces archbishop of Santiago over accusation of sex abuse cover-up

Ricardo Ezzati has denied covering up any cases but has acknowledged the pain of abuse victims.

In this Wednesday, March 6, 2019, photo, men pray at a reception area for people evacuated from the last shred of territory held by Islamic State militants, outside Baghouz, Syria. (AP Photo/Gabriel Chaim)

US-backed forces in Syria liberate last packet of IS territory

The capture of the village brings to a close a gruelling battle that stretched across several weeks.

Speaking in the Oval Office he answered ‘I don’t really’ when asked if he felt the racist movement was a rising threat around the world.

Donald Trump reverses his administration's decision to slap new sanctions on North Korea

President's press secretary explained that the president "likes" Kim Jong Un.

R Kelly's defense to argue accusers are lying to disprove sexual abuse charges

The defense is expected to fine tune their argument over coming months that Kelly's accusers are misrepresenting the facts.

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Robert Mueller submits report after investigating possible link between Trump's campaign and Russia

It is not yet known how in-depth the report covering the last 22 months is.

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Erdogan used a political rally to play parts of video, live-streamed by the gunman to Facebook.

Opinion: Turkey still safe for Kiwis despite President's actions and Winston Peters' 'peaceful' choice not to challenge them

1 NEWS Europe Correspondent Joy Reid has spent time in Turkey speaking to locals and says nothing has changed.

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The Deputy Prime Minister didn't bring up the Turkish president's controversial comments about Anzacs, or the fact Turkey's leader is showing the gunman's footage at political rallies.

Winston Peters returns home after whirlwind trip to Turkey following Christchurch attacks

The Deputy Prime Minister flew to Turkey for an emergency summit of Islamic and Arab nations convened in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack.

Indonesian airline wants to cancel Boeing order after crash

It is the first announcement of a cancellation since Boeing's new model aircraft were grounded following fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia.

UAE thanks Jacinda Ardern for 'sincere empathy' after mosque attacks with heartfelt projection on world's tallest building

An iconic image of Jacinda Ardern hugging one of the victims after the Christchurch attack has been displayed on the Burj Khalifa.

Death toll in China chemical plant blast rises to 62, survivors relive 'terribly frightening' experiences

The chemical plant in eastern China has a long record of safety violations.

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