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Turnbull survives leadership contest but battle far from over

Turnbull survives leadership contest but battle far from over

Dutton will move to the backbench from the Home Affairs Minister position he lobbied hard to create, where he is likely to continue to agitate for the leadership. "It is always orderly in our party room", Marino said. However, Mr Turnbull has consistently rated higher than Bill Shorten as preferred prime minister.


Separated by War, Mother Sees Son for First Time in 68 Years

Separated by War, Mother Sees Son for First Time in 68 Years

Most of those taking part are elderly people who are eager to see their loved ones once more before they die. One woman, aged 92, told reporters she was going to be seeing her son for the first since the end of the war. But as those who have been separated grow old, time is running out. Most of their visit will be heavily supervised. Many brought gifts like clothes, medicine and food for their relatives in the much poorer North.


Lower Mainland air quality levels among the worst in recent years

Lower Mainland air quality levels among the worst in recent years

The hazardous air category ranges from 310 to 500. According to Environment Canada, local smoke levels will vary depending on wind direction and fire characteristics, but improvement is not expected until the weather changes significantly across the province.


Trump claims social media platforms are 'discriminating' against conservatives

Trump claims social media platforms are 'discriminating' against conservatives

Trump's tweets Saturday, sent from his golf club in Bedminster, N.J., were not the first time he has accused social media companies of discriminating against Republicans . After a grossly irresponsible VICE News article framed the search tweak as a partisan "shadow ban" against Republicans, Donald Trump weighed in with his characteristic mix of threats and bluster .


Pregnant New Zealand minister cycles to delivery ward

Pregnant New Zealand minister cycles to delivery ward

Genter said she and her partner, Peter Nunns , cycled to Auckland City Hospital because "there wasn't enough room in the vehicle for the support crew. The journey using an electric bike was "mostly downhill", the keen cyclist said, joking: "Probably should have cycled more in the last few weeks to get the labour going!" New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern leaves hospital with her baby daughter, Niamh Te Aroha Ardern Gayford on June 21.


Gunshots fired at U.S. embassy in Turkey

Gunshots fired at U.S. embassy in Turkey

USA administration had imposed sanctions and vows to do more against Turkey in the case the pastor would not be released immediately. The early morning attack coincided with a deepening row between the two countries over the trial of a United States pastor in Turkey.