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01:28
The suspect was taken down by authorities before he entered the building.
Gunman killed after dramatic shootout with authorities outside US courthouse
Trump threatens to deport millions of illegal immigrants beginning next week
02:22
Iran denies the claims, but the US military has released a video it says shows Iranian forces at one of the ships.
Winston Peters urges 'restraint' as US sends more troops to Middle East in face of 'growing threat' from Iran
00:14
It all happened at a Family Dollar store in Phoenix, Arizona.
Parents call for firing of US cops who pointed guns over daughter's alleged doll theft
00:21
The cause of the explosion isn’t yet clear, and the person who was inside escaped serious injury.
Person saved by off-duty police officer after home explodes in New Jersey
Scientists take a peek behind those sad puppy dog eyes
00:26
British Airways’ Steve Gunning said they were confident Boeing will “get these issues behind them.”
Airbus sells string of planes, while disaster-hit Boeing sees lacklustre contracts at Paris Air Show
00:23
The US Presidents has been critical of Sadiq Khan’s handling of violence.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan hits back at Trump criticism - 'The amplification of a racist tweet'
00:36
Eli Gregg fell on his face and landed on a 25cm long knife.
Doctors remove 25cm long knife embedded in Kansas teen’s skull
Magician feared dead after escape act in India's Hooghly River goes horribly wrong
Florida man 'deceived' into buying 30cm by 30cm strip of land he thought was a villa
Gerhard Wagner.
Accused Queensland murderer 'gave himself away' to two ex-cops at strip joint
Mohammed Morsi.
Former Egypt president Mohammed Morsi collapses, dies in court
In this May 14, 2019, photo, Pakistani Christian Natasha Masih, speaks to the Associated Press in Faisalabad, Pakistan. Natasha begged her mother to bring her home from China, but it took an elaborate scheme devised by a small cabal of Christian men in her hometown of Faisalabad, in Pakistan's Punjab province, to orchestrate her escape from what began as an unhappy marriage, and ended in prostitution. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary)
Pakistani police cracks down on bride-trafficking to China
Young boy feet kicking a soccer ball
Nigeria suicide attacks kill 30 as they watched TV Match
This May 31, 2019, image from CCTV provided Monday, June 17, 2019, by New South Wales Police Force, , wearing black hooded jumper, , Australia. Theo's father Laurent Hayez said an encrypted phone message sent by him could hold a clue to the 18-year-old tourist's disappearance from an Australian coastal town. Theo Hayez was last seen leaving a Byron Bay nightclub late on May 31. Police said they are baffled by the disappearance. His father Laurent Hayez flew to Australia last week to take part in the search.(New South Wales Police Force via AP)
Encrypted phone message could hold clue to tourist's disappearance in Australia
Conservative Party leadership contender Boris Johnson arrives for the Conservative National Convention meeting in central London, Saturday June 15, 2019.  Britain's Conservative Party is holding a contest to replace Prime Minister Theresa May, and party legislators will continue to hold elimination votes until the final two contenders will be put to a vote of 160,000 Conservative Party members nationwide, with the winner due to become Conservative Party leader and prime minister late July. (Yui Mok/PA via AP)
Boris Johnson skips debate as Tory rivals quizzed on Brexit
02:23
Iran has denied the accusations, but tensions continue to escalate, 1 NEWS’ Kimberlee Downs reports.
US Secretary of State calls on 'world to unite' over Iran's alleged oil tanker attacks
The shooting occurred today shortly before 10:30pm (local time) near South 70th Street and Reed Bird Place, Philadelphia.
One person killed, seven others injured in graduation shooting in Philadelphia
OJ Simpson joins Twitter and vows to 'set record straight'
03:38
Backpacker shares rape threat story as Australia looks to make Outback working holidays safer
00:17
One other person died while one miner was rescued alive.
Onlookers stand silently as body retrieved from scene of deadly accident at Chile mine
Screaming, agitated man forces Turkish Airlines flight to turn back to Istanbul
00:14
It all happened at a Family Dollar store in Phoenix, Arizona.
Phoenix cops pull guns on family after four-year-old allegedly steals Barbie doll
Investigation underway after off-duty cop, holding his child, shot man dead inside California Costco store
01:46
Argentina and Uruguay were affected.
Tens of millions without power following blackout across South America
Prince Harry, Meghan release touching photo of son Archie to mark Father's Day
In this photo dated Thursday June 13, 2019, made available by the Norwegian shipowner Frontline, showing the crude oil tanker Front Altair after the fire aboard was extinguished onboard the Norwegian ship in the Gulf of Oman.  The U.S. Navy rushed to assist the stricken vessels in the Gulf of Oman, off the coast of Iran, as two oil tankers came under suspected attack amid heightened tension between Iran and the U.S. (Frontline via AP)
Oil tanker set on fire in attack arrives off United Arab Emirates coast
02:43
They’re protesting an extradition bill that would send alleged lawbreakers to mainland China.
Massive protest in Hong Kong over fears of expanding Beijing control draws apology from city's leader
Thousands of protesters shouting slogans and carrying signs march on the streets against an extradition bill on Sunday, June 16, 2019, through Hong Kong. Tens of thousands of Hong Kong residents, mostly in black, have jammed the city's streets Sunday to protest the government's handling of a proposed extradition bill. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Huge crowds march in Hong Kong, piling pressure on leader
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