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Cyclone Debbie likely to become a tropical low by 10 am Wednesday
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Cyclone Debbie likely to become a tropical low by 10 am Wednesday

The Bureau of Meteorology warns gales will continue across coastal and inland Queensland in the cyclones path, and heavy rain may continue for 24 hours. Cyclone Debbie is edging slowly inland having crossed the north Queensland coast between Airlie Beach and Bowen about midday on Tuesday as a category four system, bringing wind gusts of 260 kilometres per hour. Some hours later it was downg...


Constitution implementation only after amendment: Dr Bhattarai

Coordinator of Naya Shakti Party Nepal Dr Baburam Bhattarai has said that federalism would be implemented only after constitution amendment. At a news conference organized in Janakpur on Sunday, Dr Bhattarai said that constitution amendment should be the major agenda of the hour, adding that amendment would ensure an environment for elections. The former prime minister also argued that appoi...


More Turtle hatchlings dying in extreme heat at Mon Repos
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More Turtle hatchlings dying in extreme heat at Mon Repos

Piles of dead turtle hatchlings are lining Queenslands famous Mon Repos beach amid a heatwave which has pushed the sands temperature to a record 75 degrees Celsius. While the majority of hatchlings break free from their nests at night when the sand is cooler, those escaping in the day face overheating. They cant sweat, they cant pant, so theyve got no mechanism for cooling, Department of Env...


Nepali stabs fellow Nepali migrant to death
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Nepali stabs fellow Nepali migrant to death

A Nepali migrant worker was killed in Malaysia after being attacked reportedly by his Nepali room partner with a knife. The deceased has been identified as Ananta Ukhira, 24, of Bafikot-1 in Rukum. Gopal Pariyar from Salyan stabbed Ukhira on Monday night inside their apartment over a minor dispute, said Ukhiras relative Bal Bahadur BK. Ukhira, who had gone to Malaysia three years ago, had been...


Melbourne based DJ Jake Mastroianni placed in top security Thai jail
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Melbourne based DJ Jake Mastroianni placed in top security Thai jail

An Australian man facing two life jail sentences in Thailand for drugs possession has been transferred to a top security jail where prisoners on death row are also held. Lawyers for Jake Mastroianni, 26, who had been a popular DJ in his hometown in Melbourne, say theyve been making slow progress in efforts to transfer him to an Australian jail. Mastroianni was arrested in August 2014 at the ...


Castro to be laid to rest next to Cuban independence hero Marti
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Castro to be laid to rest next to Cuban independence hero Marti

Fidel Castro will be laid to rest on Sunday alongside the mausoleum of Cuban independence hero Jose Marti, ensuring that the polarizing nature of Castros life will continue in death. Castro and his leftist revolutionaries claimed Martis mantle upon overthrowing a U.S.-backed regime in 1959 and later married Martis ideals to their brand of Soviet communism, enraging other nationalists, anti-com...


Dr KC ends fast-unto-death on 22nd day

Senior orthopedic surgeon Dr Govinda KC, who has been on a fast-unto-death for the last 22 days, ended his hunger strike on Sunday after the government addressed some of his demands and committed itself to fulfilling the remaining demands in the coming days. Dr. KC ended the fast with a juice drink offered by two and half-year-old Marsang Tamang, whose mother was killed in the devastating eart...


Rain and sorrow accentuate memorial for dead at Brazil club

On a rainy Saturday that only accentuated the grief, 20,000 people filled a tiny stadium under umbrellas and plastic ponchos to say goodbye to members of the Chapecoense soccer club who died in a plane crash. The accident Monday in the Colombian Andes claimed most of the teams players and staff as it headed to the finals of one of Latin Americas most important club tournaments. Seventy-one of t...


Social stigma causing depression in HIV patients
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Social stigma causing depression in HIV patients

ocial stigma, fear of isolation attached to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection is driving patients towards depression and suicide, a survey conducted by Curofy revealed on Wednesday. Curofy is a doctors networking app. According to the survey people diagnosed with HIV or AIDS are three times more likely to commit suicide than general population. While some patients are scared of dy...


Floods in DR Congo kill at least 50: provincial governor
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Floods in DR Congo kill at least 50: provincial governor

KINSHASA - Floods triggered by heavy rains and a river bursting its banks have killed at least 50 people and left thousands more homeless in southwestern Congo, a provincial governor said Thursday. Torrential rains caused the Kalamu river, which flows through the city of Boma into the River Congo, to overflow for two hours before the waters receded, washing some of the victims across the border...


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