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  • Kyrgios crashes out of Wimbledon

    Nick Kyrgios has made a typically volatile Wimbledon exit, the tennis enigma accused of tanking during a rollercoaster four-set fourth-round loss to classy Frenchman Richard Gasquet. In a bizarre and at times listless performance, Kyrgios crashed to a 7-5 6-1 6-7 (7-9) 7-6 (8-6) defeat on Monday, ending Australia's participation in the singles for another year.

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  • Germany dismisses Greece bid for new bailout after 'No' vote

    Germany on Monday dismissed Greece's bid to clinch a quick new debt deal after the country delivered a resounding 'No' to more austerity, appearing little moved by the surprise resignation of the Greek finance minister. Yanis Varoufakis, who had irritated his European counterparts with his blunt negotiating style, announced he was resigning at Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's request in a move to placate creditors. "It is not about people but rather positions," Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman Steffen Seibert said, adding that there is currently "no basis to enter into negotiations on a new aid programme".

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  • Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have tied the knot!

    Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are married! Photo: Getty ImagesAshton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have tied the knot over the weekend, reportedly pulling off a secret ceremony on July 4.A source revealed the exciting news to People, however the couple are yet

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  • Missing WA prospector assumed dead

    A woman who went missing while prospecting with her husband in Western Australia's Goldfields region four months ago is not expected to be found alive. The alarm was raised after their emaciated Great Dane wandered into the Sandstone Caravan Park, about 30km away, about a week later. "We now believe it's a recovery mission," Major Crime Division Detective Superintendent Alan Morton told reporters on Monday.

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  • Unlucky leopard gets squirted in the face by rotten Zebra juice

    This unlucky predator got quite the surprise when it bit into a chewy bit of a Zebra - a faceful of its 'liquid centre'.

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  • Berlin's firm stance on Greece exposes divergence with Paris

    Germany has broken ranks with Paris and Brussels in slamming the door on talks with the Greek government on a new bailout deal before Sunday's crucial referendum, analysts say. After weeks in which German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande appeared united in their efforts to end a stalemate with Athens, the discord could hardly have been clearer. While the European Commission, backed by France, was still manoeuvring to try clinch a last-minute accord between debt-laden Greece and its creditors Wednesday, Berlin slammed on the brakes.

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  • Belle Gibson Almost Killed Me

    When mum-of-three Kylie Willey was diagnosed with a life-threatening aggressive cancer, there were times she was in so much pain she didn’t think she’d make it. 'I was diagnosed with stage three T-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma and I came close to death three times. During her chemotherapy treatment in June last year a friend visited Kylie, from Mornington, Victoria, at The Alfred hospital in Melbourne.

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  • Honeymoon is over for Greek couple who went penniless in NYC

    Newlyweds Valasia Limnioti and Konstantinos Patronis' long-planned "dream trip" to the U.S. ended in New York City, where their three-week honeymoon quickly turned into a nightmare: Their Greek-issued credit and debit cards were suddenly declined and they were left penniless. The couple skipped a few meals before spending their last dollars on dinner at McDonald's. Strangers from two Greek Orthodox churches in the city's Queens borough came to the rescue, giving them survival cash until their flight home to Greece on Friday.

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  • Malaysia ringgit hits 16-year low on political uncertainty

    Malaysia's ringgit hit a 16-year low Monday on growing political uncertainty following allegations that a probe into a state investment fund found hundreds of millions of dollars were transferred into the prime minister's personal accounts. The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday that government investigators had uncovered nearly $700 million that moved through government agencies, banks and companies linked to state-controlled investment fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB). It said the funds ended up in the accounts of premier Najib Razak, who chairs the advisory board of 1MDB which he launched in 2009.

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  • Mundine begs to fight Mayweather

    Anthony Mundine has turned to begging Floyd Mayweather to be his next opponent, writing an open letter asking for a bout. “My name is Anthony “The Man” Mundine,” it begins, highlighting that despite his claims to be “the uncrowned best athlete of all time” Mundine recognises Mayweather probably has no idea who he is. Mundine goes on to plead to be considered as Mayweather’s opponent for his final fight on September 12.

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  • McKinnon payout could exceed $10m

    Alex McKinnon could expect a compensation payout even greater than the $10 million being spoken of within two years over the tackle that ended his NRL career last year, a leading litigation lawyer believes. On the Nine Network's 60 Minutes program on Sunday night, McKinnon indicated for the first time he is considering legal action over the spinal injury he suffered in March last year. The former St George Illawarra and Newcastle forward has already been issued with the maximum $500,000 compensation payout available to NRL players and around $1.2 million was raised towards his care in last season's Rise For Alex round.

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  • Greek villagers' secret weapon: Grow your own food

    Ilias Mathes has protection against bank closures, capital controls and the slashing of his pension: 10 goats, some hens and a vegetable patch. If Greece's financial crisis deepens, as many believe it must, he can feed his children and grandchildren with the bounty of the land in this proud village high in the mountains of the Arcadia Peloponnese. "I have my lettuce, my onions, I have my hens, my birds, I will manage," he said, even though he can no longer access his full pension payment because of government controls imposed six days ago.

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  • Kardashian has "no doubt" Disick cheated

    Kourtney Kardashian has "no doubt" Scott Disick is cheating on her. The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star has been seen getting close to stylist Chloe Bartoli whilst on holiday, something which is said to have angered the 36-year-old television personality. Kourtney is reportedly worried about Scott - who has a history of substance abuse - falling back into his old ways and is fuming with Chloe, as she thinks she is taking advantage of a vulnerable man, TMZ reports.

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  • Japan pledges $6.1 bn aid to 'Mekong Five' in bid for influence

    Japan on Saturday pledged $6.1 billion in financial aid to the "Mekong Five" countries as it pushes infrastructure exports and courts influence in a region where rival China has an increasing presence. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe unveiled the pledge at a summit with his counterparts from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam -- fast-growing economies through which the lower section of the Mekong river flows. "Japan will implement support worth around 750 billion yen ($6.1 billion) in official development assistance for the next three years," Abe told a news conference following the seventh annual Japan-Mekong summit.

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  • New additions to UNESCO's list of World Heritage sites

    The UN's cultural body conferred world heritage status on a number of new sites this weekend. Here is a list of some of the new additions. The historic vineyards, wine cellars and champagne houses where the world's most famous sparkling wines and red wines are produced, including the Avenue de Champagne in Epernay,and the Cote de Nuits and the Cote de Beaune vineyards in Burgundy which produce some of the finest red wines in the world made from pinot noir and chardonnay grapes.

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  • The Middletons attend Princess Charlotte's christening (7 photos)

    Kate Middleton's family, sister Pippa, brother James, and parents Michael and Caroline Middleton were all in attendance at Princess Charlotte's christening.

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  • Bobbi Kristina Brown's hospice in 'lock down'

    Bobbi Kristina Brown's hospice is in "lock down mode". Earlier in the week, various news outlet reported that they had been offered a photograph taken of Bobbi Kristina by an "extended family member" in exchange for money. Meanwhile, Bobbi Kristina's aunt Leolah Brown has hit back at the "evil" person who took the photograph.

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  • Chinese tourists boost Thai economy but stir outrage

    Accused of urinating in public, spitting on the street, or kicking a sacred temple bell -- free-spending Chinese tourists are receiving a mixed welcome as their soaring numbers help the kingdom's creaking economy. Last month it was a photo of a young girl peeing in the grounds of Bangkok's Grand Palace that triggered the latest round of enraged, and sometimes racist, comments as Thai social media users claimed she was Chinese. In March a Thai model's video of tourists from China jumping the queue at an airport was viewed more than two million times and saw a similarly angry rant against Thailand's largest group of foreign holidaymakers.

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  • Queen Elsa's special meeting with racially abused girl

    An Aboriginal girl who was racially abused while dressed as Queen Elsa from Disney's, Frozen, has had a very special meeting with her favourite animated leading lady. Samara Muir, from Ballarat, was subjected to a nasty discriminatory rant while waiting in line for a Disney event at a shopping centre in Taylors Lake last month. What was supposed to be a fairytale day turned ugly when a mother and her daughters turned on the three-year-old, telling her she couldn't be Elsa due to the colour of her skin.

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  • Two men stabbed in Macca's brawl

    Two brothers have been stabbed after a fight outside a McDonald's restaurant in Sydney's south-west overnight. Emergency services were called to the carpark at Bankstown McDonald's with reports of a brawl about 10pm on Sunday night. The brothers, aged 21 and 26, were treated at the scene by Ambulance Paramedics before being taken to Liverpool Hospital, both with non-life-threatening wounds.

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