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This July 2018, photo provided by Charlotte Murphy shows poison parsnip in Bennington, Vt. Murphy was left with severe burns and blisters on her legs after encountering the invasive species of plant in Vermont. (Charlotte Murphy via AP)

Poison parsnip causes severe burns, blisters on woman's legs

The US woman's injuries are comparable to second-degree burns.

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Perth teen accused of murdering Kiwi mother and two siblings ‘rejected’ from mental health services, says father

Awatea Crofts says his son Teancum Vernon Peterson-Crofts: "Just spiralled and spiralled and continued to spiral down".

President Donald Trump gestures while speaking during his meeting with members of his cabinet in Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, July 18, 2018. Looking on is Deputy Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

Trump now says he warned Putin face to face over Russia meddling in US election

A few hours earlier, the US President had answered "no" when asked if the longtime US foe was still targeting American elections.

Steak (file picture).

Tough piece of steak Aussie woman served led to partner's death, murder trial hears

Lindy Williams claims George Gerbic fell and fatally struck his head while he attacked her over the meal.

Google fined $7 billion for forcing software on phone makers

The European Union said Google's practices restrict competition and reduce choices for consumers.

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Officials say swimmers are concerned with boards between the flags.

Idea of banning surfing at Sydney's world renowned Bondi Beach becomes a 'little bit overblown'

The council in charge of Bondi floated the idea in a survey to locals.

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He urged the Prime Minister to change course in his resignation statement in Parliament.

Watch: Boris Johnson launches attack on Theresa May's Brexit plan in British Parliament

He described May's plans for exiting the EU, describing it as a clean departure "in name only".

Singer Cliff Richard arrives at the Rolls Building to hear the ruling of his case against the BBC over coverage of a South Yorkshire Police raid in August 2014 on his home in Sunningdale, Berkshire following a child sex assault allegation, Wednesday July 18, 2018, in London. (Victoria Jones/PA via AP)

Cliff Richard wins privacy lawsuit against the BBC over its coverage of police raid

Broadcaster to pay over $400,000 to iconic British musician.

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The boys and their football coach were trapped for more than two weeks underground before being rescued.

Watch: Thai cave boys recount the moment two divers found them underground as they speak publicly for first time since rescue

"We weren't sure if it was for real," said 14-year-old Adul Samon. "So we stopped and listened."

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Rescue operations continue as police fear people are still trapped under the debris.

At least three dead after building collapse in India, police fear more trapped

Rescue operations continue near New Delhi to check for survivors in debris.

Scumbag thieves bash man in wheelchair and take his wallet

The victim refused a demand for cigarettes before being bashed and robbed by two men in Queensland.

 near Livingston, Texas. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has refused to stop the scheduled execution of Young, who was convicted of fatally shooting San Antonio convenience store owner Hasmukh "Hash" Patel in November 2004. He is scheduled to die Tuesday, July 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Mike Graczyk)

Texas executes man for 2004 slaying of store owner despite pleas for clemency

The family of the slain store owner had called for the execution not to happen.

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One of the pieces she wore was gifted by Barack Obama.

Did the Queen perform silent protest at Donald Trump with brooch choice during UK visit?

We'll let you decide whether or not to "pin" the silent protest on the Queen.

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The self-confessed gun activist is accused of trying to set up back-channel communications with US politicians.

Russian woman who posed as gun advocate arrested for allegedly spying in US

Gun rights activist Maria Butina faces accusations of infiltrating the National Rifle Association.

McDonald's Australia to phase out all plastic straws by 2020

Paper straws are set to reach all 970 restaurants nationwide as an effort to reduce environmentally harm.

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A team of British rescue divers who helped save them has just arrived back in the UK.

Boys rescued from Thailand cave expected to leave hospital tonight and front media

The hall for the news conference is decorated as a football field.

Jaguar that went on rampage in US zoo, killing nine animals, bit through its steel cage to escape

Three foxes, five alpacas and an emu died as a result of attacks by the jaguar named Valerio.

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The film follows the enigmatic Queen front man in the years leading up to the band’s memorable Live Aid charity concert.

Watch: Stunning trailer of Freddie Mercury's biopic Bohemian Rhapsody released

The film follows Queen frontman in the years leading up the band's memorable performance in 1985.

Stray bullet strikes and kills nine-year-old girl sleeping in her Philadelphia home

Relatives drove her to hospital but she was pronounced dead shortly after.

Stephen Paddock opened fire on a music festival, and was later found dead in his Mandalay Bay hotel room.

MGM Resorts International sues victims of Las Vegas mass shooting in bid to avoid liability

An attorney called the lawsuits a "hypocritical move" that will turn into a "public relations nightmare.

Fish in the ocean.

'The ultimate green burial' - Underwater graveyard mooted for Gold Coast

The idea is expected to be put before the City Council later this year.

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