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    The silent partner: What it was like for journalist Eliza Harvey when her correspondent husband was shot
     26 June 2017
    When ABC correspondent Adam Harvey was shot in the neck while covering unrest in the Philippines, his wife Eliza, also a journalist, was 5,000 kilometres away in Sydney with their small children.
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    Conservative Hindu nationalist group excited by parallels between Donald Trump and Narendra Modi
    26 Jun: India stands to lose under Donald Trump's planned clampdown on foreign workers, but politically influential conservative Hindus are enamoured by the similarities between Donald Trump and India's Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.... more
    Pakistan oil tanker fire kills more than 120 as onlookers rush to gather leaking fuel
    25 Jun: An oil tanker flips over and catches fire on a highway in Pakistan, killing more than 120 local residents who had rushed to collect leaking fuel.... more
    Dragons v Knights, Sharks v Sea Eagles: NRL round 16 live scores, stats and commentary
    25 Jun: A crackerjack weekend of rugby league concludes with the Cronulla Sharks taking on the Manly Sea Eagles after the Dragons' come-from-behind win over Newcastle. Follow all the live scores, stats and commentary.... more
    PNG election: Corruption and economy are Peter O'Neill's biggest worries as polls open
    25 Jun: Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister Peter O'Neill is hoping voters will overlook economic problems and corruption controversies to give him a second term when they cast their ballots over the next two weeks.... more
    Kerobokan escape: Two prisoners returned to Bali, Australian Shaun Davidson still on the run
    25 Jun: Two of four prisoners who escaped from Bali's Kerobokan prison via an underground tunnel are returned to Indonesia amid tight security, but Australian escapee Shaun Davidson is yet to be found.... more
    Bali bombing: Guantanamo Bay detainee charged over 2002 attack, Julie Bishop welcomes move
    24 Jun: Foreign Minister Julie Bishop weclomes charges against a Guantanamo Bay detainee accused of being the architect of the 2002 Bali bombings, which killed 202 people including 88 Australians.... more
    Cowboys v Panthers, Raiders v Broncos, Rooster v Storm: NRL round 16 live scores, stats and commentary
    24 Jun: After the JT-less Cowboys pip the Panthers in stunning fashion, the Raiders play the Broncos and the Roosters host the Storm. Follow all the live scores, stats and commentary.... more
    Hambali charges over Bali welcomed
    24 Jun: Foreign Minister Gerry Brownlee says New Zealand is pleased that the US will go ahead with charges against Hambali, the architect of the 2002 Bali bombings.... more
    Meet Sweden's most famous police officer, an Australian
    24 Jun: Sixteen years ago, Scott Goodwin was a police officer in Sydney before he packed up and moved to a small Swedish city that was struggling with attitudes toward immigration, drugs and youth crime. Since then, he's become a minor celebrity in Sweden ... but... more

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