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QUITO, Ecuador (AP) � Pope Francis travels to the Ecuadorean port of Guayaquil on Monday for a Mass expected to draw more than a million people, as Latin America's first pontiff tours his home...
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SOMETIMES, the most incredible places you can visit aren’t the most famous. Take, for instance, the fortress island Gunkanjima, near Nagasaki. It’s just been awarded world heritage status after Japan...
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The Lone Star State isn't quite so lonely after earning a spot on an elite list kept by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. The U.N.'s cultural body approved the...
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Australian political rivals unite for Aboriginal recognition Published: 6 July 2015 1:59 PM Indigenous Australian performers hold a smoking ceremony that celebrates the National Aborigines and...
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Agriculture is a very influential sector of the economy but due the harsh economic climate experienced throughout the country, the industry has experienced major setbacks that have greatly diminished...
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The introduction of industrial/product design into the job creation programme of the President Muhammadu Buhari government is a prelude to industrial revolution in the country because new and...
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Darwin's Bagot Community hosts start of NAIDOC Week celebrating Indigenous Australia Traditional dance, soulful music and official ceremonies have kicked off NAIDOC week in the Top End at Darwin's...
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An employee shows new ten thousand Myanmar Kyat notes at a bank in Yangon on July 1, 2015. The country's central bank has issued the new notes with an improved watermark and other security features in...
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FORMER West Coast Eagles footballer Daniel Kerr — struggling with “normal’’ life after football — has avoided jail on charges that he doused two people in petrol and threatened to set them on...
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Prime Minister Tony Abbott says a process will be put in place to get community feedback ahead of a referendum on Indigenous recognition. Mr Abbott and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten have met with...
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Tony Abbott and Bill Shorten are confident a deal can be struck on a referendum to recognise Indigenous people in the constitution. The prime minister and Labor leader met with Indigenous leaders in...
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The Hon Tony Abbott MP/ Mr Bill Shorten MP Canberra 3 July, 2015We, the undersigned are senior New Zealand paediatricians and child health workers experienced in the care of children and their...
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Melbourne's invisible Indigenous history Eclectic. Beautiful. A great place. This is how 26-year-old Gunnai man Robert describes his home city of Melbourne. But it's also a place he struggles with.In...
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Possum cassoulet on menu at restaurant in Stawell, country Victoria sparks controversy A menu offering possum cassoulet offered at a restaurant in Stawell, in Victoria's west, has caused quite a...
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KABI Kabi traditional owners are calling for urgent action to protect sites of cultural significance on the Sunshine Coast. Bridgette Davis and Kerry Jones, along with family and friends, formed a...
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William Ferguson was born on July 24, 1882 at Waddai, Darlington Point. WILLIAM Ferguson was born on July 24, 1882 at Waddai, Darlington Point. He was the second of seven children of Scottish-born...
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MOVES are under way to establish a memorial at Dubbo to honour a man regarded as a father of the modern Aboriginal struggle in Australia. Willie Ferguson (left) and Ray Peckham with a collection of...
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Red was eight years old when he picked up that baseball bat. For once, his mind was clear of the haze; his purpose, sure. His brutal torment at the hands of a violent alcoholic father, the years of...
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Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. GREECE LURCHES INTO UNCHARTERED TERRITORY AND AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE VANCOUVER, British...
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VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) � The latest from the Women's World Cup final (all times local): 5:36 p.m. QUITO, Ecuador (AP) � Latin America's first pope returned to Spanish-speaking South America...
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