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    Emails from Australian accused of spying James Ricketson show no evidence of Cambodian plot
     21 February 2018
    Emails from an Australian man accused of espionage in Cambodia show a strongly worded dislike of Prime Minister Hun Sen and enthusiastic support for the opposition but nothing remotely akin to spying.
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    Winter Olympics: Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky's B-sample tests positive for meldonium
    21 Feb: Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky's second sample tests positive for the banned substance meldonium, with the Russian Olympic delegation at a loss to explain how the substance ended up in the athlete's body.... more
    Why the trial of Ahed Tamimi, who slapped an Israeli soldier, is gaining international attention
    21 Feb: The trial of a 17-year-old Palestinian teenager arrested for slapping an Israeli soldier is generating headlines around the world, with the UN, Amnesty and Human Rights Watch calling for her release.... more
    Padman Bollywood film addresses stigma around women menstruating in South Asia
    21 Feb: A Bollywood flick about sanitary pads causes a stir in South Asia, where women are banned from entering temples, and are traditionally forbidden from touching food or other people when menstruating.... more
    Winter Olympics: Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir win gold for Canada in ice dance with their final skate
    20 Feb: For 20 years, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have been ice dance partners — now the legendary Canadian pair have won a second Olympic title in their final competitive skate.... more
    Florida shooting: Students stage 'lie-in' to pressure White House on gun control
    20 Feb: On a cold drizzly Washington winter public holiday, much of the city is partying. But a group of teenagers is taking on one of the most entrenched and powerful lobby groups in the US.... more
    'Nuclear football' scuffle broke out during Donald Trump's visit to China
    20 Feb: The US Secret Service confirms a scuffle broke out when Chinese officials reportedly tried to block a military aide with the nuclear briefcase from entering Beijing's Great Hall of the People with President Donald Trump last year.... more
    US partygoer angers Chinese authorities by stealing a 2,000yo terracotta warrior's thumb
    20 Feb: Chinese Government officials demand US authorities "severely punish" a man who snapped the thumb off a terracotta warrior statue during an Ugly Sweater Party at Philadelphia's Franklin Institute in December.... more
    Guantanamo: Beautiful, weird and frustrating
    20 Feb: A $12,000 fine for running over an iguana, McDonald's, a golf course, beachside banana lounges … and some of the most dangerous people in the world, according to the US. There's more than just shackles and orange jumpsuits at Guantanamo Bay.... more
    A Very English Scandal: One of the most bizarre tales to ever come out of Westminster
    20 Feb: A British scandal that reads like a work of fiction, involving a prominent politician trying to silence a former lover, an amateur hitman nicknamed Chicken Brain and the unfortunate death of a dog named Rinka, is coming to television.... more

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