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Manus Island: Buses of refugees leave former Australian camp

Manus Island: Buses of refugees leave former Australian camp
Police in Papua New Guinea have entered the former Australian-run detention centre for a second day.
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Waikato expressway, Tauranga Eastern Link speed limit increasing to 110km/h before Christmas

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THE COWBOYS / CHARGERS »

Philip Rivers in fine form during the Chargers' 28-6 rout of the Cowboys

Philip Rivers shuffled his feet like he was Muhammad Ali after hitting Hunter Henry for a score — though on the doorstep of 36 years old, Rivers floats more like a rhinoceros than a butterfly.

But throwing a touchdown pass on this day, during this game, on this stage — his body flowed..
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DALLAS »

Chargers lucky they didn't leave Dallas kicking themselves after Nick Novak injury

Chargers kicker Nick Novak was in the locker room getting pain-killing injections in his lower back and hip flexor in the first quarter of Thursday’s game when he heard the television announcers reference a video that was quickly spreading on social media.

Novak’s emergency backup,..
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MUMBAI »
Pakistan releases militant blamed for 2008 Mumbai attacks
Pakistani authorities acting on a court order released a US-wanted militant who allegedly founded a banned group linked to the 2008 Mumbai attack that killed 168 people, his spokesman and officials said.
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ARGENTINA »
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BANGLADESH »
Strike called in Bangladesh over power price rise on day pope arrives
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JASON DAY / AUSTRALIAN OPEN »
Golf roundup: Jason Day is three shots back of Australian Open leader Cameron Davis
Defending champion Jordan Spieth struggled in gusty afternoon winds Thursday at the Australian Open, while Jason Day took advantage of more calm morning conditions.

The result was that the tournament's marquee players were overshadowed by first-round leader Cameron Davis, who shot an..
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