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Protesters have clashed with police on the eve of a global summit on climate change in Paris.
Prime Minister John Key has paid respects to the 130 victims of the Paris terrorist attacks, laying a wreath with his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull in the French capital.
French police have detained scores of climate change protesters after violent clashes on the Place de la Republique in central Paris.
Kensington Palace has released two new photos of six-month-old Princess Charlotte.
Prime Minister John Key will be among around 150 world leaders contributing to talks in Paris
Tens of thousands of people from Sydney to London have joined one of the biggest days of climate change activism, telling world leaders gathering for a summit in Paris.
Germany is planning to deploy 1200 troops to help France in the fight against Islamic State jihadists in Syria, its army chief says.
The Eiffel Tower has turned green for the opening of the Paris climate conference, marking the launch of an art project that will see "virtual trees" grow on the landmark to support reforestation.
A gang from the Netherlands has been found guilty of smuggling more than $2 billion worth of drugs into the UK.
Some 5000 people have protested in London against potential British participation in Syria airstrikes, as political momentum mounted to broaden the fight against Islamic State (IS) jihadists.
Russia says it's halting its visa-free regime for Turkish visitors as tensions between Ankara and Moscow continue to spiral.
Prince Charles and Camilla have enjoyed a casual stroll from their hotel in Malta, including shopping at a store with artisan goods.
A sixth person has been charged in Belgium in connection with the Islamic State terrorist attacks on Paris.
A man lived with his father's dead body for four months, even watching television alongside the skeleton, but escaped prosecution.
The Queen has officially opened the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Malta in front of 53 representatives from across the world grouping.
Allegations involving current or former MPs, the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches and members of the intelligence agencies will be examined by the UK child abuse inquiry headed by a New Zealander.
The Chris Cairns trial will now move into its ninth week after the jury failed to reach a verdict before the weekend.
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