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NOS | Nederlandse Omroep Stichting

  • Morgen laatste editie van...
    L'Unitŗ, ooit ťťn van de grootste kranten van ItaliŽ, verschijnt morgen voor het laatst. De krant werd in 1924 door Antonio Gramsci opgericht als het officiŽle orgaan van de Italiaanse Communistische Partij.
  • Indiaas dorp onder modder...
    Het Indiase gehucht Malin is door een aardverschuiving verwoest. Er liggen naar schatting 200 mensen onder de modder. Er zouden vijftien lichamen zijn geborgen.
  • Rotterdam pakt verkeershufters...
    De politie in Rotterdam heeft in zes dagen tijd van 23 automobilisten hun rijbewijs ingenomen, omdat ze te hard reden. De controles, tussen 23 en 28 juli, waren gericht op asociaal gedrag "en daarvan was voldoende aanbod", zegt de politie.
  • Politie Groningen zoekt...
    De politie in Groningen denkt dat er een paardenbeul in de provincie actief is. De afgelopen weken zijn drie paarden mishandeld met een mes.
  • Tv-programma Lingo stopt na 25...
    Het woordspeltelevisieprogramma Lingo stopt ermee. Eind september is het voor het laatst te zien op Nederland 2. Er zijn wel gesprekken over het maken van een zomer-editie in 2015.

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ABC
ABC News

  • Australia tried to get India to...

    Immigration Minister Scott Morrison has revealed Australia unsuccessfully tried to get India to take 157 asylum seekers while they were being held on a Customs ship for almost a month.

    The Sri Lankan Tamil asylum seekers, including at least 37 children, were transferred to the Curtin Detention Centre several days ago, breaking long-standing government policy.

    Mr Morrison revealed on 7.30 that secret negotiations had been underway with the Indian government and three options had been discussed.

  • Police probe Senate candidate's...
    The Voluntary Euthanasia Party's South Australian Senate candidate at last year's election has died in an Adelaide motel room surrounded by his family after taking the lethal drug Nembutal. Max Bromson, 66, had been terminally ill with bone cancer. Mr Bromson had left a note and filmed his own death to prove his family did not assist him. Euthanasia advocate Philip Nitschke says Mr Bromson's family informed police on Monday morning of his death and was told an inquest would be held, despite the note and video.
  • Commonwealth Games: Athletics...
    Athletics Australia head coach Eric Hollingsworth sparks a war of words with team captain Sally Pearson.
  • Farmer in land dispute charged...
    A farmer whose property had been at the centre of an illegal land-clearing dispute has been charged with murder after allegedly shooting dead an environment officer. Ian Robert Turnbull, 79, has faced court accused of killing 51-year-old Glen Turner (pictured) at Croppa Creek, 55 kilometres north of Moree in northern NSW. The court was told that Turnbull had been in a long-running dispute with the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, and also had a criminal history. The victim had been in charge of some of Turnbull's matters that were before the NSW Land and Environment Court. "We can't believe that someone's come out here to do his job ... [but has] lost his life," a neighbour said.
  • Brandis lays out plans to...

    Attorney-General George Brandis has confirmed the Federal Government is planning to make it illegal to promote or incite terrorism.

    He says he wants to broaden laws which ban the promotion of specific terrorist acts, to include the promotion of terrorism generally.

    The move comes after police said they had warrants for the arrest of two Australian Islamic State fighters (pictured) following the posting of gruesome photos online.

    The Government says there is increasing concern about the possible threat posed by around 160 Australians who are currently fighting with Islamist terror groups in the Middle East.

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