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9:28PM A high speed train has crashed in the Turkish capital Ankara, killing nine people and injuring 47.
9:23PM Two people have been shot dead and another two wounded in an attack by a Palestinian man on the West Bank, Israel's ambulance service says.
8:36PM A person suspected of plotting a terror attack has been arrested in Sweden.
8:19PM Scientists have designed an electronic capsule that can be ingested and controlled wirelessly to deliver drug doses.
8:09PM Peace talks between Yemen's warring parties have won agreement on reopening Sanaa airport and restarting oil exports but no deal on a strategic Red Sea port.
7:48PM A fire has destroyed thousands of voting machines in Congo's capital Kinshasa ahead of the country's December 23 presidential election.
7:36PM French police continue to hunt for a gunman who shot dead two people and injured others at a Christmas market in Strasbourg before fleeing.
7:12PM A leopard has killed a Buddhist monk meditating in a forest in western India.
6:45PM Some of the five foreigners arrested on drug charges in Bali over recent weeks could face the death penalty, Indonesian police say.
6:45PM Indonesia's Constitutional Court has given the legislature three years to revise the law and lift the minimum marriagable age for girls.
5:01PM A second Canadian has been detained in China in apparent retaliation for the arrest in Vancouver of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.
4:55PM An Israeli woman wounded in a drive-by shooting by a Palestinian gunman has lost her baby after it was delivered by Caesarean section.
4:55PM A new report says a near-record number of journalists are in jail around the world for doing their jobs.
3:47PM All MPs of the ruling Cambodian People's Party have voted to allow banned politicians to return after a request to the prime minister or the interior minister.
2:15PM Love Actually star Keira Knightley will receive an OBE at Buckingham Palace from Prince Charles for her services to drama and charity
1:59PM Three people who went missing in West Virginia last weekend have ben found alive in a coal mine.
1:59PM Avril Lavigne says her new album Head Above Water will be released in February, her first in five years following a battle with Lyme disease.
1:49PM A Venezuelan ex-minister's death in custody is likely to focus attention on the conditions in which authorities are holding key former government officials.
1:49PM A pilot participating in a military exercise is in a stable condition after his Hawker Hunter jet crashed off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii.
1:10PM Mexico's president has spoken with Donald Trump and discussed creating a joint program for development and job creation in Central America and Mexico.
1:10PM North Korea claims that the US taking issue with its human rights situation is a tactic to draw concessions in the stalled denuclearisation talks.
12:11PM The hack included the theft of credit card and passport numbers from guests who stayed at Marriott hotels, and the US says Chinese hackers are responsible.
10:22AM CBS News in the US has settled a sexual harassment lawsuit involving one of its most prominent personalities, with the payout amount kept secret.
10:22AM Fighting over how to fund a proposed border wall is something US politicians had hoped to avoid as Congress seeks to wrap up its work for the year.
9:40AM A judge has sentenced Donald Trump's former lawyer to three years' prison for tax evasion, lying to Congress and arranging illegal payments to silence women.
9:40AM British Prime Minister Theresa May's statement in full after winning a vote of no confidence within her party.
9:40AM Air France's parent company says the airline's first female CEO Anne Rigail will take charge next week. She is currently executive vice president.
9:40AM The US Senate has voted 60-39 to open debate on the resolution to pull American assistance from the Saudi-led war in Yemen.
8:27AM Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has submitted to medical tests as part of a recent ruling while he continues to live in the Ecuadorean embassy in London.
8:27AM Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's patience with Washington over Syria seems to have worn thin, with his nation soon to confront Kurdish militia fighters there.
6:52AM US prosecutors can re-file the charges if Nick Philippoussis "somehow miraculously comes out of this coma and is competent" to stand trial, his lawyer said.
6:52AM Two technicians working at an Antarctica scientific station have died, with a helicopter pilot discovering the pair unconscious on the floor.
4:46AM Nicole Kidman was considered a serious chance to score two SAG nominations, but has instead been shut out in a snub that could impact her Oscar hopes.
4:28AM Neighbours remember Strasbourg shooting suspect Cherif Chekatt as an ordinary guy, but the 29-year-old has been on the police radar for some time.
2:27AM The influence of newspaper mogul Rupert Murdoch's media empire will be explored in a new BBC three-part television series.
2:27AM Who are the likely runners to become Conservative leader if Theresa May loses her party's vote of no confidence in her?
2:27AM British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that a change of leadership in the UK would jeopardise Brexit negotiations.
2:27AM How the leadership challenge to British Prime Minister Theresa May will work.
11:23PM European Union leaders will issue a formal statement on Brexit after hearing from Prime Minister Theresa May on the state of Britain's plans to leave the bloc.
11:23PM Paris prosecutor Remy Heitz says the man suspected of carrying out a fatal shooting attack in Strasbourg cried out "Allahu Akbar".
11:23PM President Tayyip Erdogan says Turkey will in a few days start an operation east of the Euphrates river in northern Syria to clear out separatists.
11:23PM An improved budget outlook in Greece has led to a vote by lawmakers to cancel a major round of pension cuts.
11:23PM Sri Lankan MPs have backed former prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe in a confidence vote, putting pressure on the president to reappoint him.
10:37PM Leading Tory eurosceptics are pressuring British Prime Minister Theresa May to resign but cabinet ministers are rallying behind her.
10:37PM Floods caused by unseasonal rains in Vietnam have cost 14 lives.
8:27PM Lawmakers in Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party have triggered a vote of no confidence in her leadership as her Brexit plans plunge into chaos.
7:57PM Thousands around New Zealand have turned out for candlelight vigils for British woman Grace Millane, amid national shock over the backpacker's death.
6:31PM China's Foreign Ministry says it has no information on a Canadian being detained in retaliation for Canada's arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.
4:35PM The US National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration says 2018 was the Arctic region's second warmest year on record after 2016.
1:01PM Three people are dead and 12 wounded after a shooting at a Christmas market in Strasbourg, France's interior minister has said.
12:28PM US President Donald Trump has argued with top Democrats in front of media at a meeting in the Oval Office on the border wall and a possible government shutdown.
12:05PM Hugh Jackman's Oscar campaign for playing sex scandal-plagued 1988 US presidential candidate Gary Hart in The Front Runner is on life support.
8:01AM Bill Cosby's are seeking to appeal his conviction for sexual assault and are alleging the trial judge made 11 errors including five other accusers to testify.
8:01AM Rome's rubbish problem, linked to an inefficient waste disposal plant, has become an emergency after the plant caught fire and sent smoke over the city.
6:37AM British PM Theresa May's dash across Europe has not been successful, with EU leaders insisting there will be no renegotiations of the Brexit divorce deal.
5:18AM Four people have been shot dead by a gunman during mass in a Catholic church in southeast Brazil; the shooter then took his own life, authorities say.
12:14AM A man has been arrested by armed police using a stun gun inside the grounds of the British parliament after he was suspected of trespassing at a protected site.
12:14AM The UN refugee agency says up to 250,000 Syrian refugees could return home next year.
12:14AM A demand by separatist rebels in the Indonesian province of Papua for negotiations on self-determination has been rejected by Jakarta.
10:59PM A Bahraini football player with Australian refugee status who faces deportation from Thailand to his native country has had his detention extended in Bangkok.
10:40PM In a last minute bid to avoid a disorderly exit from the EU, Theresa May will seek EU assurances over so-called backstop provisions in her Brexit deal.
7:58PM A white student at Columbia University in New York has delivered a rant to minority students, saying that Europeans "invented the modern world".
6:08PM A White House meeting between President Donald Trump and Democratic congressional leaders is set to discuss a partial government shutdown and the border wall.
6:08PM US defence officials have returned three bells to the Philippines after they were seized by American troops as war trophies more than a century ago.
6:08PM Four people have died and six others have been wounded in an attack targeting members of Afghanistan's main intelligence agency outside Kabul.
6:08PM Thais will go to the polls on February 24 after the military government lifted a ban on political activities.
6:08PM Female tungara frogs in Panama prefer the "sexier" mating calls of male frogs in the city to male frogs in the jungle, researchers say.
4:27PM China's Vice Premier Liu He and US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin have discussed plans for tariff talks despite tension over a Huawei executive's arrest.
4:27PM Clint Eastwood's daughter says she hopes he keeps working, otherwise he will "probably drop dead".
4:27PM NZ MPs have voted through a bill that will see medicinal cannabis production legalised and that some hope will spark a new industry in struggling towns.
2:02PM NZ's justice minister has criticised British media's naming of a man accused of murdering Grace Millane, while police say her body was found "intact".
2:01PM Three people are dead, almost 140,000 homes are without power and hundreds of motorists have been left stranded by heavy snow in the southeastern United States.
2:01PM Boosted by the new movie Bohemian Rhapsody, Queen's signature single has become the most streamed song of the 20th century.
12:46PM A Canadian judge has deferred a decision on bail for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, who is facing US extradition, because he wants to hear more about surety.
12:01PM Google is to close its Plus service earlier than planned after a privacy flaw exposed the personal information of more than 52 million users.
12:01PM Border Patrol agents have arrested 32 people at a protest in San Diego organised by a Quaker group to support Mexican immigrants.
12:01PM All These Creatures has been a sensation at film festivals around the world, including winning the Palme d'Or at Cannes and an AACTA award.
10:55AM A Russian agent accused of trying to infiltrate the NRA and improperly influence US policy towards Moscow is expected to plead guilty to spying charges.
9:56AM The Voyager 2 probe, which left Earth in 1977, is on the verge of leaving our Solar System.
9:56AM With Avengers: Infinity War leading the way, Disney has topped $US7 billion ($A9.7 billion) for the year at the global box office for just the second time.
9:56AM Australia's best chance at winning an Oscar appears to be The Favourite's production designer Fiona Crombie.
8:30AM French President Emmanuel Macron has promised to speed up tax cuts and raise wages in response to the riots that have plagued France for more than a month.
7:29AM Actress Sarah Hyland has revealed in a US magazine interview that she has had a second kidney transplant, both times with organs donated by her family.
7:29AM The EU has ruled out reworking the Brexit deal it agreed to two weeks ago and will prepare for a no-deal scenario, European Council president Donald Tusk says.
6:05AM A court date has been set for for former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort after special counsel Robert Muller rescinded a plea deal over alleged lies.
2:08AM US President Donald Trump has defended hush money paid to two women as a "simple private transaction" and blamed his ex-lawyer Michael Cohen for any mistakes.
2:08AM A UK court has ruled Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya can be extradited over fraud allegations over debts incurred by his now-defunct Kingfisher Airline.
12:18AM Four civilians have been killed by Indonesian troops hunting separatist rebels in the restive province of Papua, a local resident says.
12:18AM Economic growth in France will slow to a near standstill in the final quarter because of anti-government protests, the country's central bank says.
12:18AM One person has died and 13 people have been injured after a school bus ploughed on to a pavement in Hong Kong.
9:43PM Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou says she is innocent of accusations she covered up her company's links to a firm that tried to sell equipment to Iran despite sanctions.
1:43PM At a time of potential belt-tightening, Donald Trump has reportedly backed a planned trillion-dollar defence-spending request of Congress.
12:26PM The Los Angeles Film Critics Association has named Alfonso Cuaron's drama Roma best film of the year, adding to its steadily mounting honours.
10:52AM A man accused of murdering British tourist Grace Millane in New Zealand has appeared in court, with the judge speaking of the Millane family's grief.
10:23AM Preliminary results show Armenian protest leader Nikol Pashinyan's My Step alliance way ahead in snap parliamentary elections.
10:23AM Sources say Mike Pence's chief of staff, Nick Ayers, is out of the running to fill the same role for President Donald Trump.
8:31AM French President Emmanuel Macron is set to announce "concrete and immediate" measures in response to nationwide anti-government protests.
8:10AM A woman is in a critical condition and five other Israeli civilians have been wounded in a drive-by shooting at a bus stop on the West Bank.
10:56PM At least five local government officials have been killed in a plane crash in Sudan's eastern al-Qadarif state, state TV reports.