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How the world's most famous airline spied on its own staff
BRITISH Airways paid £1m to hush up the details of a spying operation in which the phones and emails of its own cabin staff were allegedly improperly accessed.
Outspoken Putin critic Boris Nemsov shot dead in Moscow
BORIS Nemsov, one of Vladimir Putin’s most vocal critics, has been shot dead on a street in Moscow, according to Russian media.
Ebola ebbs but aid agencies warn against complacency
INTERNATIONAL aid agencies have warned that the response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa risks being wound down too quickly.
Mexico captures leader of ruthless drugs cartel
AUTHORITIES in Mexico said they had scored a major victory in their long war against the drug cartels with the arrest of Servando “La Tuta” Gomez.
Top Chinese diplomat backs Putin in Ukraine crisis
CHINA has voiced its support for Russia's handling of the Ukraine crisis, with diplomat Qu Xing calling on the West to "abandon its zero-sum mentality".
Seven people killed in series of shootings in Missouri
POLICE in Missouri believe the discovery of his dead mother may have triggered a man to embark on a killing spree that left seven dead.
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British ISIS named: Nine things we know about Jihadi John
THE balaclava clad, black-robed militant who came to be known as ‘Jihadi John’ appeared in several Isis videos with hostages from the US, the UK and Japan.
Llama drama for Sun City motorists as beasts escape zoo
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Sierra Leone vice president in 21-day Ebola quarantine
Iraq's looted national museum reopens in Baghdad after 12 years
Anti-Islamisation demonstration dwarfed by 2,000 counter-protesters
Mugabe celebrates birthday with million-dollar bash
Indian PM Modi hands down first full budget
Egypt courts list Hamas as terrorist group, sentences Brotherhood leader to life
Putin pledges to bring Nemtsov killers to justice
Prince William dons samurai gear on Japan tour
Widodo denies reconsidering Bali Nine executions
Australia falls agonisingly short as New Zealand wins by one wicket
Trend for tanned skin leaves Asian Australians at risk
Pakistan win toss, opt to bat against Zimbabwe at Gabba
PM says strong start made on budget
McVeigh not certain to fill half-back role
Bali vendors fear executions backlash
Leadership talk just rubbish, says PM
Man shot dead by NSW police
Ambrose shoots up V8 grid
Government resists royal commission calls after another bank scandal
Missing UK schoolgirls caught on CCTV in Istanbul
Jihadi John ‘dead man walking’
Putin critics just keep dying
Pell slammed for lavish spending
Son shot family after mum died
Man ‘too old’ to enter bar
Bride goes nuts over spoiled invitations
Last of crashed AirAsia jet retrieved
‘Give them the opportunity to live’
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Tony’s phone call for mercy ignored
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