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It’s understood Theresa May is to chair a special cabinet meeting tomorrow to discuss the agreement.

Brexit deal 'almost within touching distance', UK government says

Prime Minister Theresa May told her Cabinet today that "a small number" of issues remain to be resolved.

'Mummy I'm sorry for this' - Heart-rending last words of cancer-stricken boy, 5, who died in mum's arms

Charlie Proctor's parents in the UK were unable to raise the $NZ1.6m needed for a last-chance liver transplant in the US.

Man impaled after falling from balcony during Sydney dating app meet-up

NSW police said people should be cautious when using dating apps.

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The raging wildfire has now reached a grim milestone – the deadliest in the state's history.

California man haunted by friend's final scream as blaze responsible for dozens of deaths engulfed vehicle

Greg Woodcox ran from his Jeep and survived by submerging himself in a stream for nearly an hour.

British tourist dies after being bitten by cat on Morocco vacation

A warning has been issued by health officials after a woman contracted rabies from a cat bite while on holiday.

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A full review of the state's bail laws is underway, with recommendations due in April.

Rampaging Melbourne driver found guilty of six murders

James Gargasoulas went on a rampage through Bourke Street and mowed down pedestrians in January last year.

Fourteen-month-old twins Nima and Dawa Pelden will undergo surgery at the Royal Children’s Hospital to be separated.

Separated twins continue to reach out for each other after successful Melbourne surgery

"They were reaching out for each other, putting their legs across as they did when they were joined."

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The UFOs were spotted by multiple pilots and the Irish Aviation Authority is investigating.

UFO sighting off the Irish coast: Listen to audio of pilots discussing 'very bright light'

The objects were spotted by multiple pilots and the Irish Aviation Authority is investigating.

Amnesty International withdraws award from Myanmar's Suu Kyi, cites 'shameful betrayal of values'

Amnesty has criticised the failure of Suu Kyi and her government to speak out about military atrocities against the Rohingya Muslim population.

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It’s been revealed 10 other people have been found guilty of being National Action members.

Couple named baby Adolf, kept crossbows in bedroom, convicted of being members of banned neo-Nazi group

Adam Thomas was pictured cradling his son while wearing Ku Klux Klan robes.

The Australian state will allow the procedure after 22 weeks, under very strict circumstances.

Rape victim faces 20 years in jail charged with attempting to abort baby in El Salvador

Imelda Cortez, 20, had been abused by her now 70-year-old stepfather since she was 12.

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More than 200 people are still missing, with 250,000 forced to flee their homes.

Death toll climbs to 31 in California's deadliest wildfires

Some of the thousands of people evacuated from their homes were allowed to return today.

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Ms Obama says she didn’t realise how common miscarriages were, as people don’t talk about it.

Michelle Obama shares heartbreak about miscarriage - 'I felt like I failed'

Her deeply personal account shed new light on the couple's early struggles.

The euthanasia debate is one that continues to divide opinion

Western Australia State Government to introduce euthanasia bill

Both major parties in Australia have previously said MPs will get a conscience vote on the issue.

FILE - In this March 22, 2007, file photo, the , bottom, anchors as U.S. Aegis Ship passes after they arrive at Busan port for joint military exercises in Busan, South Korea. A U.S. Navy warplane belonging to the aircraft career USS Ronald Reagan has crashed into the sea northeast of the Philippines, but its two aviators were safely rescued. The Navy's 7th Fleet said in a statement that the F/A-18 Hornet had a mechanical problem during a routine operations in the Philippine Sea, Monday, Nov. 12, 2018. (AP Photo/ Lee Jin-man, File)

US warplane crashes into Philippine Sea during routine operations

It was the second crash involving the carrier USS Ronald Reagan in less than a month.

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New video and new details are emerging about Friday's knife attack in the heart of Melbourne.

Australian PM says no 'excuses' for Melbourne attacker after family denies he had terror links

Hassan Khalif Shire Ali fatally stabbed one man and injured two others after fire-bombing his car in the central city on Friday.

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Mr Rabuka has had an electoral fraud appeal against him dismissed, meaning he can stand in the general election.

Watch: Hundreds cheer Fiji's opposition leader, now cleared to stand in election

Sitiveni Rabuka has had an electoral fraud appeal against him dismissed.

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Michael Rogers used a shopping trolley to ram Hassan Khalif Shire Ali as police officers tried to disarm him in Melbourne last week.

Over $100k raised for homeless 'trolleyman' who helped police during Melbourne terror attack

Michael Rogers used a shopping trolley to ram Hassan Khalif Shire Ali.

Palestinian protesters hurl stones at Israeli troops during a protest on the Gaza Strip's border with Israel, Monday, May 14, 2018. Thousands of Palestinians are protesting near Gaza's border with Israel, as Israel prepared for the festive inauguration of a new U.S. Embassy in contested Jerusalem. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

Hamas commander killed in fresh wave of Gaza Strip violence

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced he was rushing back from France to deal with the crisis.

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Butler and singer Robin Thicke lost their homes in the worst bushfires in Californian history, which have killed at least 25 people and forced 300,000 to evacuate their homes.

Actor Gerard Butler shows confronting vision of his home after it was destroyed in Malibu wildfires

Actor pays tribute to firefighters battling the worst fires in California's history.

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Winston Peters says French PM's anti-nationalism speech strayed too far from Armistice theme

Mr Peters said he failed to recognise all countries that fought in the war 100 years ago.

Donald Trump blames 'gross mismanagement' for Californian fires in tweet, receives backlash

Firefighters’ associations, politicians and celebrities hit back.

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