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  • Stad bij Bagdad heroverd op IS
    Iraakse troepen hebben de belangrijke stad Jurf al-Sakhar bij Bagdad voor een groot deel heroverd op de terreurgroep Islamitische Staat (IS). De Iraakse autoriteiten hopen hiermee te voorkomen dat IS naar Bagdad oprukt.
  • Grote protestdemonstratie in...
    In Rome zijn zo'n 150.000 mensen op de been om te protesteren tegen de versoepeling van het ontslagrecht, zo schatten Italiaanse media. Volgens de organisatoren doen een miljoen mensen mee aan de manifestatie op het Piazza San Giovanni.
  • Parijs heropent Picasso Museum
    Het Picasso Museum in Parijs gaat vandaag na een verbouwing van vijf jaar weer open. Bezoekers kunnen nu twee keer zoveel werken van de Spaanse kunstenaar zien als vroeger. De heropening valt samen met de geboortedag van Picasso.
  • Politie NY:aanval was...
    De man die donderdag agenten in New York met een bijl aanviel, was een geradicaliseerde moslim. De New Yorkse politiecommissaris Bratton noemt de aanval een "terroristische daad".
  • Meer dan 10.000...
    Het aantal ebolabesmettinggen is de 10.000 gepasseerd. Ruim 4900 mensen zijn aan het virus gestorven, meldt de WHO. De doden zijn in acht verschillende landen gevallen, vooral in Guinee, Liberia en Sierra Leone. De organisatie denkt dat het werkelijke aantal veel hoger ligt.

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  • Australia's response to Ebola...

    The Federal Government's response to the Ebola crisis has been chaotic, the Australian Medical Association (AMA) says.

    AMA president Professor Brian Owler says the Government was keeping Australians in the dark about their plans and medical professionals wanted a coherent plan to tackle the crisis in West Africa and at home, in case Ebola spreads.

    The Government has so far refused to send health workers to Africa, arguing that it would be unable to evacuate them if they became infected with the virus.

    However, Professor Owler says while the Government fails to respond to the outbreak "people are going to continue to die".

  • Canadians line 'Highway of...

    The body of a Canadian soldier shot dead by an extremist gunman while guarding the country's war memorial in Ottawa has been returned to his home town.

    Home grown radical Michael Zehaf-Bibeau killed Corporal Nathan Cirillo, 24, on Wednesday before running into the parliament building, where he was shot dead near where prime minister Stephen Harper was meeting with lawmakers.

    Crowds of people lined much of a roughly 500-kilometre route along Lake Ontario, paying their respects as a black hearse, accompanied by dozens of police vehicles, carried the slain soldier past.

  • Labor claims victory in NSW...

    New South Wales Labor leader John Robertson has vowed his party will not let the Hunter region down after claiming victory in two by-elections.

  • Iran hangs woman in defiance of...

    A 26-year-old Iranian woman who spent five years on death row for the murder of a former intelligence official has been executed, defying international pressure to spare her life.

    She was sentenced to death in accordance with Koranic "qisas" - eye-for-an-eye law - after being found guilty of stabbing dead an older man, Morteza Abdolali Sarbandi, with a kitchen knife in 2007.

    The UN's human rights rapporteur on Iran said the killing of Sarbandi was an act of self-defence after he tried to sexually assault Ms Jabbari.

    US State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki condemned the execution, saying there were "serious concerns with the fairness of the trial".

  • Shorten takes gay marriage...

    Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has reasserted his support for same-sex marriage in a speech to a Christian conference, taking aim at those who "insult and demonise people on the basis of who they love".

    Mr Shorten made the comments in a speech to the Australian Christian Lobby national conference in Canberra this morning.

    "When I hear that people allege that God tells them that marriage equality is the first step to polygamy and bigamy and bestiality, I cannot stay silent," he said. "I simply do not agree."

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