• Bali Nine pair get 72hr execution notice

    Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan have been told they may be executed as soon as Tuesday. The pair was given notice on Saturday of Indonesia's intention to execute them in a minimum of 72 hours, during a meeting on Nusakambangan Island. Australian death-row prisoners Myuran Sukumaran, right and Andrew Chan, left, stand in front of their cell.

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  • Devastating Nepal earthquake kills hundreds, triggers deadly Everest avalanche

    A powerful earthquake struck Nepal and sent tremors through northern India on Saturday, killing hundreds of people, toppling a 19th-century tower in the Nepalese capital Kathmandu and triggering a fatal avalanche on Mount Everest. There were reports of devastation in outlying areas of the Himalayan country after the quake struck with a magnitude of 7.9, its epicentre 50 miles (80 km) east of Nepal's second largest city, Pokhara. A police spokesman said the death toll had reached 449 in Nepal according to an initial estimate, most from the Kathmandu Valley.

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  • Everybody Loves Raymond Star Dies At 19

    Sawyer Sweeten played Ray Romano's son on Everybody Loves Raymond. Sawyer Sweeten, the actor who played Ray Romano's son on Everybody Loves Raymond has reportedly killed himself at the age of 19. Sweeten and his twin brother, Sullivan, played Geoffrey and Michael Barone, on the hit sitcom, which ran from 1996 to 2005.

    Who
  • This mega McDonald's bill came to $890

    Spending $10 at McDonald's (NYSE: MCD) will buy a fast food feast. That is how much Moshe Tamssot's bill came to after he tested out the limits of McDonald's new customizable sandwich platform called Create Your Taste. The 3.8 pound burger, piled high with dozens of toppings, including multiple types of cheese and condiments, takes the meaning of loaded to a new level.

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  • AVX posts 4Q profit

    FOUNTAIN INN, S.C. (AP) _ AVX Corp. (AVX) on Friday reported fiscal fourth-quarter net income of $101.5 million. On a per-share basis, the Fountain Inn, South Carolina-based company said it had net income of 60 cents

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  • Woman charged with murder for sealing newborn in plastic at office

    A woman was charged with murder for the death of her newborn son who was found sealed in a plastic bag and stored in a tote near her desk in March, the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office said. Kimberly Pappas, 25, of Wyandotte in the United States, is charged with felony murder, premeditated murder and first-degree child abuse in the death of the newborn, prosecutors said. An employee alerted the Redford Fire Department, which attempted to resuscitate the child, who was pronounced dead at a local hospital.

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  • Why Two of the Cleveland Kidnapping Survivors Don't Speak with Third Victim

    Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus were abducted by Ariel Castro between 2002 and 2004. "We're two different people," Berry, who hasn't spoken to Knight, tells PEOPLE in an exclusive interview.

    People
  • Elle Macpherson carries around a urine tester kit

    Elle Macpherson carries around a pH balance urine tester kit wherever she goes. Elle said: "(The most surprising thing in my handbag is) a pH balance urine tester kit to check that I'm in an alkaline state. Having been labeled 'The Body' since the 1980s, Elle has had to make sure her physique is in peak condition at all times, and the 'Britain's Next Top Model' host puts her figure down to "variation" and "consistency".

    Bang Showbiz
  • Lively’s awkward Obama encounter

    Actor Ryan Reynolds scored a comical voicemail from US President Barack Obama following his wife’s embarrassing encounter with the world leader. Reynolds and wife Blake Lively were invited to a small dinner with the US politician and was excited about meeting him, but their conversation did not go well. Lively recounted the awkward moment during a chat with Seth Meyers and says she just froze when she got her chance to meet with the president.

    The West Australian
  • Woman misdiagnosed with cerebral palsy for 33 years

    Jean Abbott was misdiagnosed with cerebral palsy at age four. Jean Abbott spent decades battling cerebral palsy, only to discover she had been misdiagnosed. For more than 30 years, Jean Abbott was unable to control her limbs.

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  • Rich wife faces jail for dole rorts

    The wife of a millionaire resources boss has been warned she is facing the prospect of jail after pleading guilty to using a false name to fraudulently claim tens of thousands of dollars in social security payments. Julie Bohannan married the former chief executive of Bathurst Resources Hamish Bohannan in 2006, the year after he had made just over $1.8 million in taxable income. The court was told Mrs Bohannan claimed more than $65,000 in fraudulent payments up until 2009, despite her husband earning nearly $3.8 million in the preceding five years — a fraud Commonwealth prosecutors said was motivated by “greed not need”.

    The West Australian
  • Nudes galore at Tracey Emin, Schiele show in Vienna

    An exhibition teaming works by British artist Tracey Emin -- many of them new -- and Austrian expressionist Egon Schiele, who died aged 28 in 1918, opened in Vienna on Friday. The show at the city's Leopold Museum incorporates around 50 of Emin's often highly sexualised works alongside around 15 similar, if tamer, drawings and poems by Schiele. Emin, 51 -- best known for her "My Bed" work shown at the Tate Gallery in 1999 -- said the aim of the exhibition was to liberate both her work and that of the Austrian artist, a contemporary of Gustav Klimt and Oskar Kokoschka.

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  • Meet Rory McIlroy's stunning new flame Erica Stoll

    Rory McIlroy and Caroline Wozniacki appear to have well and truly moved on from their very public break-up last year. McIlroy has been courting the stunning Erica Stoll, while Wozniacki has been spotted with NFL star JJ Watt. Danish tennis starlet Wozniacki was seen with Watt at a college basketball game recently, then on vacation on Fisher Island, south of Miami.

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  • Toddler gets pulled over by police

    Officer Bill Mayo pulled over Jaxon Arbuckle, 2, at his mother’s request. Photo: Ashley Crawford/FacebookFor most parents, watching their child get pulled over is a nightmare.But when Ashley Crawford saw the flashing lights of a police car behind her

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  • $53m for 800 Roebourne Aboriginals

    More than $53.6 million was spent last financial year on services for about 800 Aboriginal residents of Roebourne in the Pilbara, according to a State Government report. The expenditure review by the Department of Premier and Cabinet, which included the provision of most general services such as police, health care, education and welfare, details a failure to improve outcomes for a community with entrenched social and health issues. Aboriginal Affairs Advisory Council chairman Michael Hayden said the report proved the need for the Auditor-General to investigate the $4.9 billion spent by the Commonwealth and State governments on Aboriginal West Australians each year.

    The West Australian
  • Foreigners who came to Brazil in boom times flee the bust

    When Frenchman Gwenel Lecourieux was gearing up to move to Brazil, the country with its swelling upper class and world-renowned hunger for luxury goods seemed like the perfect place to set up his dream business, selling high-end watches. Just 15 months after arriving in Rio de Janeiro, 36-year-old Lecourieux is preparing to cut his losses and return to France. Brazil doesn't track the number of foreign residents leaving the country, but signs indicate the country's allure has slipped since foreign work authorizations peaked in 2011.

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  • Aussie living standards falling: report

    The living standards of Australians are falling with annual real wages dropping on average by more than $100, new research shows. Progressive think tank Per Capita wants immediate reform and investment in infrastructure to mitigate the threat to middle-income living standards. It finds Australia is coming off the back of a decade-long productivity and resources boom that put an extra $484 in the pockets of workers each year.

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  • Soa 'the Hulk' in battle of the giants

    Both men stand 193cm tall, both men cut weight to make the UFC's 120kg heavyweight limit, and this morning, thewest.com.au can reveal they will go toe-to-toe at UFC 190 in Rio de Janeiro on August 1. The 37-year-old has compiled a 3-1 record since returning to the UFC in 2013, using his trademark ground and pound in each of his three knockout victories. A mountain of a man, Silva fought for the UFC heavyweight title two years ago, losing in the first round to reigning champion Cain Velasquez.

    The West Australian
  • 'Top Gear' host James May says won't return without Clarkson

    LONDON (Reuters) - "Top Gear" host James May said Thursday he would not return to the top-rated motoring show without co-host Jeremy Clarkson, who was sacked by the BBC last month for attacking a colleague. You can't just put a surrogate Jeremy in and expect it to carry on. Earlier in the day, the BBC said on its website that "Top Gear" producer Andy Wilman "has quit the BBC show in the wake of Jeremy Clarkson's departure".

    Reuters
  • Recalls this week: vacuum cleaners, bicycles

    Vacuum cleaners that pose an electric shock risk to users are among this week's recalled consumer products. Others include Trek bicycles with a defect that has caused several injuries. Here's a more detailed look:

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