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The Dutch national railway company will pay tens of millions of dollars to the relatives of thousands of people it transported to Nazi death camps during the Holocaust.
Apple shares plunged in after-hours trading on word that designer Jony Ive is leaving the company. He gave the company's biggest products their iconic looks.
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A Perth man living in North Korea as a university student has reportedly been arrested, with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) confirming that it is providing consular support to his family.
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The rich will pay to shield themselves from the heat and hunger caused by Global Warming while the rest of the population suffers - that's the nightmare warning from a top UN human rights official.
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Sandfire Resources is making a second attempt to acquire MOD resources. Unlike a previous acquisition attempt in January, time it appears MOD is warming up to the offer.
Six Australian weather satellites are slated to take a ride into orbit on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket in what founder Elon Musk describes as the company's "most difficult launch ever".
US Senator and progressive icon Bernie Sanders, running for President as a Democrat, will propose cancelled more than US$1.6 Trillion in college student loan debt.
Aussie researchers found more than two-thousand bogus apps waiting for unsuspecting consumers to download from the Google Play store, raising concerns about online security.
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Hello Australia!! - More than a dozen people die in a building collapse - Trump steps back from the edge twice in a week - The UK is befuddled over a loud row in the home of the likely next prime minister - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
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The Philadelphia Police Department put 72 officers on desk duty pending an internal affairs investigation of racist, offensive, or otherwise inflamatory social media posts documented by an online advocacy group.
Donald Trump approved a US military strike against Iran in retaliation for the downing of a drone earlier in the day, but abruptly reversed course at the last moment.
Howdy Australia!! - Iran shoots down a US Drone - Malaysia throws a curve ball in the MH17 investigation - The UK is nearing finally choosing a new PM - And much more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs: