Good Morning Australia!! - The world remembers Aretha Franklin - Senators and the US Media fight back against Trump's war on the free press - A woman gets $6,000 for refusing to shake hands - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A top aide to Queensland Senator Fraser Anning has resigned over the speech in which his boss called for a "final solution" to Muslim immigration to Australia.

Uruguay's former President Jose Mujica - famous for legalizing Marijuana, and refusing a chauffeur-driven limousine as well as life in the presidential palace - now is turning down his government pension.

Good Morning Australia!! - Italy searches for responsibility in the deadly bridge collapse - Unprecedented vindictiveness at the White House - Big business invests heavily in the day people can legally enjoy a beer and a joint - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Fraser Anning is standing by his maiden speech in the Senate in which he used the loaded term "final solution" to call for an end to Muslim immigration to Australia.  Practically everyone else in the Senate is condemning his speech.

Conservationists are hailing New Caledonia for adopting new protections around its coral reefs, some of the world's healthiest last pristine reefs.

Good Morning Australia!! - Dozens may be dead in bridge collapse in a major Italian city - London Metro police arrest a diver who attacked Parliament - An accused sex predator is a step closer to be returned to Australia - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull won a battle when the coalition party room backed his National Energy Guarantee (NEG).  Former PM Tony Abbott and a few back-benchers may cross the floor to vote against it.

Good Morning Australia!! - Health concerns for a Soul Music Legend - The leaders of the two Koreas agree to another summit - Trump's war with reporters get called out - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Melbourne law firm Slater and Gordon is urging women to join a class-action lawsuit against the German pharmaceutical giant Bayer over the "Essure" contraceptive device that is implicated in medical problems for women around the world.

A Maori man is seeking damages from a Queensland tourism operator over what he says was persistent racial harassment, including being given a can marked "black guy repellent" instead of the sunscreen he requested.

The number of Australians dying of liver failure due to hepatitis C is down 20 percent in two years thanks to more affordable medication added to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) in 2016.

Spotify is using Australia to test a new feature allowing users to skip adverts at any time while the ad is playing, and better take on competitors like Pandora and others.

Good Morning Australia!! - NASA goes to the Sun - The Taliban is trying to conquer a city - America is tense on the anniversary of racist mayhem - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - A guy "with a few screws loose" steals a passenger plane for a suicidal joyride - Erdogan threatens to shop for new allies - How the earthquake changed Lombok - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

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Turkey's Lira hit a record low against the US Dollar on Friday after Donald Trump doubled metals tariffs on Turkey.  It's part of an international dispute over Turkey's jailing of a US pastor.

The Supreme Court of Costa Rica declared that the ban on Gay Marriage is unconstitutional because it is discriminatory, and justices gave lawmakers 18 months to change the law.

Good Morning Australia!! - Who's fingerprints are on the missile that killed dozens of young kids? - Lombok is hit by another quakes as the death toll grows - France will reinvestigate the mysterious disappearance of Flight MH370 - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Human Rights campaigners are worried about Donald Trump's decision to release nearly US$200 Million in military aid to Egypt.

The government has stripped the Australian citizenship from five people because of their involvement with the so-called Islamic State.