World Watch

Obama calls for September 11 memorials to bring Americans together: “out of many, we are one”

Obama calls for us to rise up against hate on the 15th anniversary of September 11.

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Angelina Jolie calls for more women in peacekeeping roles

UN Special Envoy, Angelina Jolie, calls for peacekeeping efforts to be more inclusive of women as widespread allegations of exploitation and abuse mar current peacekeeping missions.

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France’s Battle of the Burkini: uncovering what’s behind the bans

Brigitte Bardot shocked France by revealing almost all. Today, covering up at the beach divides the nation, its government and the courts

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A game-changer in the US election? Perhaps. Perhaps not

Clinton emails to be published days before election; Trump flip-flops on his hardline immigration policy; Melania calls in the lawyers

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2016 Olympics: Adeus Rio, konnichiwa Tokyo

Rio farewells its Olympics, Tokyo picks up the Games baton in sometimes bizarre, sometimes spectacular closing ceremony

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Australia, NZ trade future in doubt as Clinton, Trump unite

The landmark Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), hailed by Australian and New Zealand leaders just a few months ago as securing both countries’ economic future, is in tatters after both US presidential contenders insist they will never sign it into law.

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Rio mob wants to run US swimmers out of town

Olympics Day 13: Stars charged for false crime report; Aussies grounded after party; where are all the fans?

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Naked Olympic chief nicked; swimmers’ story doesn’t hold water

Olympics Day 12: IOC chief arrested over ticket sales; police want a word with Lochte and his mate; the sad North Korean and the cheeky twins

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What a sport! Kiwi, US runners capture Olympics’ true spirit

Olympics Day 10: They tripped up. They helped each other up. Then they ran to the line and hugged – and the world teared up.

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Usain Bolt’s mum reveals: the only time he’s ever been slow

Olympics Day 10: Fastest man on Earth has been making up for lost time since he arrived on the planet; Four seasons in one day; Athletes’ fun and Games

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Diver’s silver wedding proposal – on the Games podium

Olympics Day 9: Proposal on the podium, triplets compete in marathon, US star held up at gunpoint, Phelps finishes it, refugees’ incredible stories

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Bula! Barnstorming Fijians join Olympic gold medal club

Olympics Day Six: Pacific nation blows away “England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland”, and earns respect for grace in victory

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Rio Olympics 2016: The ‘Summer Games’ rained out

Olympics Day Five: Rain washes out rowing, tennis, swimming; another pool turns green; our continuing series – if Michael Phelps was a country, New Zealand’s still all black.

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Rio Olympics ’16: That’s why the Kiwis wear black

Olympics Day Four: New Zealand’s ‘Day of Disaster’ as team stumbles in Rio Games medal chase, a Father and Son’s pregame ritual and a Mother and Son shooting team.

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Rio Olympics ’16: Day Three

Day three of the Rio Olympics: Australia beats New Zealand for historic rugby gold medal, disappointing reporting, a red flag for China and the mother of all gymnasts.

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Rio Olympics ’16: Day Two

Day two of the Rio Olympics sees Australia and New Zealand make headway in the medal tally.

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It’s a kind of magic: Harry Potter reappears in lots of places at once

Potterheads rejoice as the latest instalment proves we’re all still under Harry Potter’s spell.

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Prince George Turns Three

A series of four adorable new photos have been released by Kensington Palace to mark Prince George’s third birthday.

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Five Minutes With: Peter Schweizer

Peter Schweizer, academic, political consultant and author of last year’s highly controversial book, Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich,’ talks to MiNDFOOD about the upcoming documentary, Clinton Cash.

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Brexit Results

David Cameron Resigns: Brexit wins as Britain votes to leave the European Union.

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World Refugee Week: Where in the world are we?

Show your solidarity #WithRefugees this World Refugee Week.

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The state of food insecurity in Australia

According to the latest report, food insecurity in Australia is reaching crisis levels.

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The world remembers Muhammad Ali

As the world mourns the loss of another legend, we celebrate “the greatest” Muhammad Ali.

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Jane Goodall enters Harambe debate

Primatologist and conservationist Jane Goodall has spoken out about the shooting of Harambe at Cincinnati Zoo.

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