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Mystery solved as Australian sub found after 103 years

Mystery solved as Australian sub found after 103 years

Radio scans show the outline of the HMAS AE1, found off the coast of the the Papua New Guinea island of New Britain . The wreck of the first allied vessel lost in the First World War has been discovered 103 years after it vanished off the coast of Papua New Guinea following a search that has finally ended Australia's oldest naval mystery.


China Boundary talks on December 22

China Boundary talks on December 22

During the day-long talks, the Doklam episode as well as unresolved boundary issues were discussed, media reports said. They acknowledged that as two large developing countries engaged in their national modernization, relations between India and China transcend their bilateral dimensions and have significance for peace, stability and development of Asia and the world.


3 with South Florida ties among those killed in Mexico bus crash

3 with South Florida ties among those killed in Mexico bus crash

Royal Caribbean Cruises confirmed that 27 passengers from two of its cruise ships were on the bus at the time of the crash. The US embassy in Mexico City said it was aware of reports that several American citizens had been injured, and its officials were working with local authorities to identify the individuals involved.


British passports will have blue covers again after Brexit

British passports will have blue covers again after Brexit

Britain's immigration minister Brandan Lewis announced on Thursday all passports issued after October 2019 will be navy blue in a return to the UK's "old blue" model it had for most of the 20th century. From the date of leaving, all current British passports will lose this status. The passport had been famously held up by the then leader of the far-right and Eurosceptic UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader, Nigel Farage, during the European Union referendum campaign a year ago as a symbol of ...


Australia expected to wind back Iraq, Syria operations

Australia expected to wind back Iraq, Syria operations

The news comes as Iraq declares victory in its war against ISIL, reclaiming its borders from the terrorist organisation. The senator said the country had made an important contribution against the IS, adding there was no doubt that Australia' air strikes assisted the Iraqi security forces.


Mom gives teachers wine bottles with son's face on them

Mom gives teachers wine bottles with son's face on them

The photos have been retweeted more than 5,000 times and liked more than 36,000 times. Mary Sommers, of Beavercreek, tells the Dayton Daily News she doubted her son's teachers needed any more coffee mugs, but, she joked, "who doesn't need a glass of wine after teaching a kid like mine?" He said his parents chose the gift to recognize that while Jake isn't a bad kid, he is "that kid".