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  1. Sri Lanka's hangmen

    Former recruits have disappeared or quit after one look at the gallows, but Sri Lanka's President is determined to find two hangmen.

  2. Mueller's mob boss tactics

    Mueller's prosecution of mob boss John Gotti served as a blueprint for his investigation into the US President, writes Michael Vincent.

  3. 'Uncharted territory'

    Local media companies are being censored on the Chinese social media app WeChat, as politicians flock to it to attract votes.

  4. PNG's Phantom obsession

    When you think of places a comic book hero might turn up, the tribal war shields of the PNG highlands probably don't come to mind.

  5. Noor's partner testifies

    Mohamed Noor's police partner, Matthew Harrity, has testified about the moment Justine Damond Ruszczyk was shot.

  6. Loser claims victory

    Joko Widodo looks certain to claim a second term as Indonesia's president, but opponent Prabowo Subianto is on a victory lap.

  7. 'Inspiration to us all'

    The entry for Ms Ardern said her handling of the March terror attacks in Christchurch was an "inspiration to us all".

  8. Giant carnivore found

    A palaeontologist rummages in drawers in a Kenyan museum and finds the biggest African meat-eating mammal of its day.

  9. Chisholm seat profile

    Regardless of which Chinese-Australian candidate wins in the marginal Melbourne seat of Chisholm, history will be made.

  10. A 3D tour of Notre Dame

    See what was lost when this cultural cornerstone went up in flames, and what is now left to build upon as Paris takes stock.

  11. Elon Musk's China gamble

    Tesla is moving aggressively into China, where drivers are encouraged to go electric. But local rivals are coming in fast.

  12. Before and after the blaze

    Photos give us a more detailed glimpse of the damage wrought on the Notre Dame cathedral's interior.

  13. US police questioned

    Sergeant says she turned her camera off to have a "private conversation" with officer who allegedly killed an Australian.

  14. Too much zoom?

    The SuperZoom on Huawei's latest smartphone allows users to read faraway signs, but privacy fears persist.

  15. Indonesia election issues

    Election officials are undertaking a mammoth task: oversight of the biggest and most complex single-day poll on earth.

  16. Treasures of Notre Dame

    First responders scrambled to remove the religious relics and artworks at Notre Dame cathedral, but not everything could be saved.

  17. Jailed for keeping servant

    A "callous" Queensland couple who forced a Fijian woman to work as their domestic servant jailed for eight years.

  18. 'Ridiculous rubbish'

    The Liberal candidate for the Victorian seat for Chisholm appears to describe LGBTI issues as "ridiculous rubbish".

  19. Cathedral spire collapses

    Video has captured the iconic spire of the Gothic Notre Dame cathedral collapsing after fire tore through its wooden frame.

  1. Burned alive for reporting abuse

    Protesters took to the streets in Bangladesh's capital to demand justice for a 19-year-old woman who died after being set on fire for refusing to drop sexual harassment charges against her Islamic school's principal.

    Nusrat Jahan Rafi told her family she was lured to the roof of her rural school in the town of Feni on April 6 and asked to withdraw the charges by five people clad in burqas.

  1. North Korea weapon test

    Kim Jong-un has overseen the testing of a new type of tactical guided weapon with "a powerful warhead".

  2. Thai cave rescuer saved

    Josh Bratchley helped rescue the Wild Boars soccer team, and later ran into trouble in an underwater US cave.

  3. Kakapos hatching en masse

    A record number of the endangered birds hatch during New Zealand's unusually long 2019 breeding season.

  4. Three dead in plane crash

    A small aircraft hits a parked helicopter while preparing to take off at Nepal's Tenzing-Hillary Airport at Lukla.

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