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One member of the jury has spoken after a mistrial was declared after the jury failed to reach a unanimous decision.

'If we kept going there was definitely going to be a fight' - two holdouts blocked Bill Cosby conviction

Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial ended in a hung jury because two holdouts refused to convict the 79-year-old comedian, a juror told ABC News.

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If anything illustrates why you should keep your cool in traffic it is this video from California.

Watch: Shocking moment an act of road rage escalates into massive crash

If anything illustrates why you should keep your cool in traffic it's this video from California.

Wellington businessmen stranded in damaged yacht off Fijian coast found safe

A NZ Defence Force Orion aircraft has located the four stranded sailors alive and safe, beached on an atoll.

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Checks are being carried out around Britain after the dozens died in the apartment block fire.

Two Auckland high-rise buildings found to have combustible cladding as checks continue following London tragedy

Buildings across the UK and elsewhere are being tested after the Grenfell tower fire.

Support for gun control drops in US, new study finds

Despite frequent mass shootings, overall support for stronger gun control measures has gone down.

String of infant deaths in Fiji's main hospital following superbug infections

Four babies have died in the last three weeks in Fiji's main hospital.

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The US President ripped up the unspoken rules of golf at his own course in New Jersey.

Watch: Donald Trump commits golfing etiquette faux pas of driving buggy on the green

The US President ripped up the unspoken rules of golf at his own course in New Jersey.

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The family of Makram Ali say he was "a quiet, gentle man" who never got involved in political or social issues.

'We are devastated' – family of London mosque attack victim remember a loving father

The family of Makram Ali say he was "a quiet, gentle man" who never got involved in political or social issues.

"Confidential" printed on brown vintage envelope, in macro

US man caught with $23k in cash charged with selling top-secret documents to China

If convicted he could face life in prison and could be eligible for the death penalty

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Destruction of al-Nuri mosque marks defeat of ISIS claims the Iraqi Government.

Video: Aerial footage emerges of destruction of al-Hadba mosque by ISIS in Iraq

"This is a crime against the people of Mosul and all of Iraq."

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The Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack in which dozens more were injured.

Suicide car bomb at bank in Afghanistan kills at least 29

At least 60 others were injured in the blast.

President Trump and James Comey.

President Trump says he 'did not make' recordings of fired FBI director James Comey

Mr Trump also tweets that he has "no idea" whether other "tapes" or recordings exist.

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Senator Larissa Waters breastfed her daughter in the chamber while moving a motion on black lung disease.

Watch: Moving a motion didn't stop this Australian Senator from breastfeeding in parliament

Senator Larissa Waters made history last year as the first to breastfeed in Australia's federal parliament. She's gone one step further now.

Earthquake.

6.8 quake strikes off Guatemala's Pacific coast

The quake was centred about 38 kilometres southwest of Puerto San Jose and 10 kilometres below the surface.

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The Californian woman will check twice before cleaning up in the future.

Watch: Woman gets the fright of her life when she mistakes deadly rattlesnake ...for toy

Thinking it was a dog toy, this Californian woman went and picked up the snake. Then, reality hit.

Queen's husband Prince Philip leaves hospital after treatment for an infection

A physician advised him to seek hospital treatment yesterday.

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Wilson claimed Bauer Media painted her as a serial liar.

Rebel Wilson's $7m defamation award too large, claim Bauer Media's defence

Wilson failed to prove she suffered losses as a result of defamatory magazine articles, defence claims.

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Footage shows Diamand Reynolds and her young daughter minutes after Philando Castile was shot dead by Minnesota police.

Video: 'I don't want you to get shooted' - girl, 4, pleads with mum to stop yelling at US cop who shot driver dead

Philando Castile was shot dead by Minnesota police in July 2016, in a routine traffic stop.

Schapelle Corby has shared a photograph from her hospital bed online purportedly showing a broken leg.

'This is why you haven't seen me in a while'- Schapelle Corby claims she's in hospital with broken leg

The elusive Corby shared a picture to her Instagram account documenting her injury.

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But the Queen's address was sombre with Theresa May lacking a majority and terror fears hanging heavily.

Queen opens UK Parliament with forceful speech focused on Brexit …and terror

But the Queen's address was sombre with Theresa May lacking a majority and terror fears at hand.

Police officers gather at a terminal following a stabbing at Bishop International Airport in Flint Michigan.

Michigan police officer stabbed in the neck in airport 'act of terrorism'

The stabbing has been labelled as a lone wolf attack by the FBI.

FILE  - In this April 1, 2010 file photo, the citadel of Machu Picchu is seen during its reopening in Cuzco, Peru. Authorities said on Wednesday, June 21 2017, that tourist access to the fabled ruins has be reorganized into two shifts, to help conservations efforts. (AP Photo/Karel Navarro)

Thinking on visiting Peru's famed Machu Picchu? Beware new visitor restrictions

News moves are aimed at preserving the sit's archaeological splendour.

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The appointment of Prince Mohammed Bin Salman has polarised opinion.

Saudi Arabia's king names bold, ambitious favourite son his heir as new generation encircles throne

The move cements his son as the driving force behind Saudi Arabia's major moves.

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The incredible footage was captured off the coast of Merkbosstrand, South Africa.

Watch: Crazy video shows giant squid trying to hitch a ride by wrapping tentacles around paddle board

The incredible footage was captured off the coast of Melkbosstrand, South Africa.

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The prince opened up to Paralympic medal winner Dave Henson for a Forces TV interview.

'Close to a complete breakdown' - Prince Harry says talking to injured soldiers helped him deal with Diana's death

"Going through Invictus and speaking to all the guys about their issues has really healed me."

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