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A woman on a Tinder date suffered 80 injuries when she plunged to her death from a high-rise balcony, an Australian court heard Thursday, after begging the man she had met on the dating app to let her go.
 
Two 16-year-old boys were charged Thursday with planning an imminent terror attack after being arrested with "bayonet-type" knives in Sydney, with police saying the pair were inspired by the so-called Islamic State group.
 
Twelve people have died in Myanmar's Rakhine state in recent clashes between armed men and troops, state media reported Wednesday, in a growing challenge for the country's new democratically elected government.
 
Australia's plan to hold a national vote on same-sex marriage appeared doomed Tuesday after the opposition Labor Party vowed to block the poll it said would spark divisive debate.
 
At least two policemen were killed in coordinated attacks by an unknown group on posts along Myanmar's border with Bangladesh early Sunday morning, an official and police said.
 
The Maya app is perhaps one of the biggest initiatives undertaken to create a virtual safe space for people from all walks of life in Bangladesh. The platform has offered a unique and crucial opportunity for many to seek information and foster discussions on .....
 
Bangladeshi forces killed four suspected Islamist extremists during raids near Dhaka Saturday, security officials said, the latest clashes in the country's ongoing crackdown on militants.
 
Canadian student, held in Bangladesh, gets bail
A Bangladesh court has released on bail a Canadian university student arrested on suspicion of involvement in a bloody attack on a restaurant that left 20 hostages dead in the country's capital three months ago, officials said Monday.
 
Canberra has chosen U.S. defense contractor Lockheed Martin as the combat system integrator for its new fleet of 12 French-designed submarines.
 
A rush by Australia's state governments to switch to clean electricity sources could undermine the country's energy security, the federal government warned Thursday after all of South Australia state lost power.
 
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