• Shane Watson calls for life-bans for match-fixers
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    Shane Watson calls for life-bans for match-fixers

    Former Australian Test star Shane Watson has called for life-bans to be introduced for match-fixes.

  • Grocery stores use curbside pick-ups to battle Amazon
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    Grocery stores use curbside pick-ups to battle Amazon

    As Amazon looks to upend the U.S. grocery market with home delivery, some veteran supermarket operators are betting on a different strategy: curbside pickup. Jane Lee reports.

  • Tropical storm kills 27
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    Tropical storm kills 27

    At least 27 people have died in the Philippines after tropical storms triggered landslides.

  • One dead in yachting disaster
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    One dead in yachting disaster

    An Australian sailor has died and two others are in hospital after a yachting incident off the coast of the Philippines.

  • Security incident at UK Air Force base
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    Security incident at UK Air Force base

    A man has been arrested after allegedly trying to ram a gate at an airforce base in the UK.

  • Man shot in the face in targeted attack
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    Man shot in the face in targeted attack

    A man has been shot in the face during a targeted attack north of Sydney.

  • 15-year-old boy drowns at Glenelg Beach
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    15-year-old boy drowns at Glenelg Beach

    A birthday has ended in tragedy after a teenage boy drowned at Glenelg Beach in Adelaide.

  • Multiple fatalities as passenger train derails
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    Multiple fatalities as passenger train derails

    Breaking News: A high-speed passenger train has derailed onto a freeway south of Seattle.

  • Hershey to buy Amplify Snack for $1.6 bln
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    Hershey to buy Amplify Snack for $1.6 bln

    U.S. candy maker Hershey is buying SkinnyPop popcorn producer Amplify Snack Brands for $1.6 billion to get a firmer footing in the healthy snacks market. Elly Park reports.

  • UK's May pitches status quo Brexit transition to parliament
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    UK's May pitches status quo Brexit transition to parliament

    The prime minister faces anger in parliament from the opposition over Brexit divorce deal. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

  • EU to look into Ikea's Dutch tax deals
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    EU to look into Ikea's Dutch tax deals

    EU state aid regulators will investigate whether Swedish furniture retailer Ikea’s tax arrangement with the Netherlands helped cut its tax bill - the latest crackdown on unfair tax deals between multinationals and EU countries. Laura Frykberg reports.

  • Shots fired at U.S. military base in England - UK police
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    Shots fired at U.S. military base in England - UK police

    UK police say shots were fired as a man tried to force his way into a military base used by the U.S. air force in central England. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

  • Muted protests as Austria's far-right joins government
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    Muted protests as Austria's far-right joins government

    Austria's anti-immigration Freedom Party is sworn into a coalition government but, unlike the past, protests have been muted. David Doyle reports.

  • Thales' €4.8 bln bid for Gemalto gets thumbs up
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    Thales' €4.8 bln bid for Gemalto gets thumbs up

    Aerospace and defence group Thales has agreed to buy chipmaker Gemalto for 4.8 billion euros ($5.6 billion), trumping an earlier bid by fellow French firm Atos to expand in the fast-growing digital security market. Laura Frykberg reports

  • Israel strikes Hamas targets in Gaza
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    Israel strikes Hamas targets in Gaza

    The Israeli military said it attacked a Hamas training compound in Gaza on Monday (December 18) in response to rocket strikes from the Palestinian enclave, which have surged since U.S. President Donald Trump recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital on Dec 6. Matthew Larotonda reports

  • Lebanon detains suspect in murder of British embassy worker
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    Lebanon detains suspect in murder of British embassy worker

    Lebanese security forces have arrested a Lebanese taxi driver suspected of killing Rebecca Dykes, a British woman who worked at the British embassy in Beirut and was found dead on Saturday according to a security source. Emily Wither reports.

  • South Africa's ruling party votes for Zuma's heir
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    South Africa's ruling party votes for Zuma's heir

    South Africa's ruling African National Congress votes for a new party leader on Monday. Choosing a successor to Jacob Zuma - who is also the country's president - may be the party's most pivotal moment for two decades. Lucy Fielder reports.

  • Lebanon detains suspect in murder of British embassy worker
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    Lebanon detains suspect in murder of British embassy worker

    Lebanese security forces have arrested a Lebanese taxi driver suspected of killing Rebecca Dykes, a British woman who worked at the British embassy in Beirut and was found dead on Saturday according to a security source. Emily Wither reports.

  • South Africa's ruling party votes for Zuma's heir
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    South Africa's ruling party votes for Zuma's heir

    South Africa's ruling African National Congress votes for a new party leader on Monday. Choosing a successor to Jacob Zuma - who is also the country's president - may be the party's most pivotal moment for two decades. Lucy Fielder reports.

  • Ryanair unions lift Christmas strike threat
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    Ryanair unions lift Christmas strike threat

    Unions representing Ryanair pilots in Ireland and Portugal have suspended plans to strike before Christmas, lifting the threat of industrial action at the low-cost giant after it agreed on Friday to recognise trade unions for the first time. Ciara Lee reports

  • Japan exports boom, but inflation more stubborn
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    Japan exports boom, but inflation more stubborn

    Japanese exports accelerated sharply in November, yet again pointing to growing momentum in the world's third-biggest economy. But, as Sonia Legg reports, there was one catch: inflation remained stubbornly low and well off the central bank's 2 percent target.

  • U.S. tax cut outlook drives stocks but dents dollar
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    U.S. tax cut outlook drives stocks but dents dollar

    Global stock markets hit record highs on Monday on expectations that a U.S. tax bill could soon pass, though a more cautious reading of the draft law's prospects among currency traders put the dollar under pressure.Ciara Lee reports

  • St. Nick scales skyscraper to deliver gifts to Berlin kids
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    St. Nick scales skyscraper to deliver gifts to Berlin kids

    A man dressed as Santa Claus abseiled down a Berlin tower on Sunday to deliver presents to local children. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

  • Bitcoin hits bigger stage as CME launches futures
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    Bitcoin hits bigger stage as CME launches futures

    futures receive a lukewarm reception at its launch on the CME Group Inc, although market experts believe a recent rally in the cryptocurrency has further to go. Ciara Lee reports

  • Bullied Perth girl, 13, decides it's time to speak out
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    Bullied Perth girl, 13, decides it's time to speak out

    The girl has been punched, kicked and told her home will be burnt down in a severe case of bullying.