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    Several churchgoers and priest injured in machete attack on Catholic Church in Yogyakarta, Indonesia
     11 February 2018
    A priest and several churchgoers are injured during a machete attack on a church in the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta.
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    China's new breed of patriotic hero on the big screen reflects rise of a superpower
    11 Feb: China's newly assertive foreign policy is playing out in film, with the world's second largest movie market seeing increasingly jingoistic and militaristic themes.... more
    Syria's Eastern Ghouta could be the worst place on Earth to be a child right now
    11 Feb: The UN says 400,000 are trapped in Syria's Eastern Ghouta, where teachers say children faint from hunger, families burn plastic furniture for warmth, and more than 200 people have been killed in four days as warplanes pound the area.... more
    Winter Olympics: How the Aussies fared on day one in Pyeongchang
    11 Feb: A massive wipe out in the men's speed skating and a couple of top-50 finishes in the women's skiathlon — here's how the Aussie contingent fared on the first day at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.... more
    India's Sundarbans 'tiger widows' defy stigma, fear and regulations to survive
    11 Feb: As tigers continue to snatch fishermen from the watery landscape of India's Sundarbans forest, their widows are defying fear and government regulations to venture out and make a living.... more
    A Very English Scandal: One of the most bizarre tales to ever come out of Westminster
    10 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
    Indian military officer arrested for swapping classified information for explicit photos
    10 Feb: New Delhi police arrest an Air Force officer who allegedly gave classified information to Pakistani spies in exchange for explicit photos on social media.... more
    Landowners and companies in new battle for Panguna mine, which triggered Bougainville Crisis
    10 Feb: The race to reopen one of the world's biggest copper mines, Panguna, is dividing landowners and the wider community in Bougainville as a referendum for independence looms.... more
    Politicians urge parents to get involved in 'child's e-safety' to detect cyber bullying
    10 Feb: Youth mental health experts say parents need more help to deal with cyber bullying.... more
    No, this wasn't the worst day on the Dow Jones — we've seen worse
    9 Feb: You may have panicked this morning when you heard the news about the Dow Jones. But today's fall needs to be put into context.... more

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