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US colleges bar sex but must regulate it

Schools which prohibit sex outside marriage are still faced with the rising furore over campus sex assaults.

Thousands flee Gaza town

12:07pm Thousands flee Gaza Strip town ahead of Israeli strikes, in sixth day of offensive which has killed 160.

Angelina Jolie to visit Nauru

3 min ago Hollywood star Angelina Jolie is to visit the Australian refugee detention centre in Nauru.

Pilot three times over the limit

11:08am He planned to fly five commercial flights that day, then he was randomly breath tested at the airport.

Young cop shot at chemist

A gunman who boasted he was going to be famous waited for police and fired 13 times into the attending car.

Sink hole closes Gold Coast Highway

Sink hole A major water main break has led to a 10 metre sink hole on the Gold Coast Highway.

Dark secrets of asylum seekers

Most were men looking for work in NZ, but some families had dark secrets and now fear for their lives.

Lizard found in baby formula

Snowboarders missing

Town rallies for fired gay police chief

US police, emergency Conservative small town rebels after mayor fires its openly gay chief of police.

Trial over wife cliff fall

Prosecutors say Charles Black hit his wife on the head with a rock before pushing her off an 800-foot cliff.

'Remember to turn on the light'

Comedian sues Wal-Mart for crash

Quake strikes off Chilean coast

A 6.1-magnitude quake has struck off the coast of Chile.

Poroshenko at World Cup

Petro Poroshenko Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will attend the World Cup final, with Vladimir Putin.

Three injured in bull-run

Three men have been injured as thousands tested their bravery by dashing alongside six fighting bulls.

Ukrainian forces strike 'epicentre'

Putin pledges to help Cuba

UK warrior's haka farewell

A real British Army warrior has farewelled his soldiers with a striking solo haka.

Militants over al-Maliki

Sunni militant Sunni worshippers who visit the mosque in this affluent area of Baghdad are not extremists.

Israel deploys ground troops

Israel briefly deployed ground troops inside the Gaza Strip for the first time, part of a widening campaign against militant rocket fire.

Libyan airport closed amid explosions

Afghan rivals agree to recount

Jerusalem clashes after body found

Palestinians clashed with Israeli forces after body found, raising suspicions a Palestinian youth had been killed by Israelis avenging three Jewish deaths.

North Korea fires missiles

North Korea North Korea launches two projectiles presumed to be ballistic missiles into the sea, South Korea says.

Singapore bans gay-themed childrens' book

A kids' book inspired by a real-life story of two male penguins has been deemed inappropriate by Singapore libraries.

Bomb in India's northeast

iPhone a danger to China's security

Man burns himself in protest

Man sets himself on fire in protest against plans to ease the limits of Japan's pacifist constitution.

Troops retake Somali palace

Gun After more than two hours of fighting, army foils Islamic extremists' attack on presidential palace.

Pistorius' defence rests

Oscar Pistorius murder trial moves closer to a verdict as the defence team ends its case.

Girls escape from militants

Leaked Pistorius video slammed

Two different attacks on Benghazi

Military suggests those behind attack on CIA complex different from those who penetrated US diplomatic mission.

Deserting the Pacific

Niue As the world wonders where to fit everyone, some Pacific islands wonder if there'll be anyone left.

Police officers jailed

Two Tongan police officers face justice for the death of an Auckland police constable in 2012.

Diplomat still in Malaysia

Strongman's son 'assaulted wife'

Flooding hits Solomon Islands

A mother and child have been swept away in flood waters as heavy rains hit the Solomon Islands, local media and residents say.

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