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Meth linked to Cairns stabbing

ARRESTED: Mersane Warria was also taken to hospital with injuries, where she was placed under police guard.

1 min ago  Police probing deaths of eight children in Cairns think suspect - the mother of seven of the children - may have been on P.

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French police shoot knife-wielding man

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Texas plumber's truck in jihad

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Aus drops 100 bombs in Iraq

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US strikes back against Taliban in Pakistan

Female relatives mourn over the coffin of 15-year-old Mohammed Ali Khan after the school massacre in Peshawar.

A US drone fired two missiles at militant hideout in northwestern Pakistan on Saturday (Sunday NZT), killing at least five Taliban fighters, two security officials said.

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Worst outbreak, Ebola death toll exceeds 7000

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Priest co-ordinates pregnant woman's rescue on Facebook

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Martin We-en didn't need to pray for the youths and helicopter he needed to save a woman in labour.

Fiji drops sex-assault case

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Murder charges imminent

Police say they have a better understanding of what went on at the Cairns stabbing scene 'every minute'.