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Eight people found alive video

A screen grab from a video shows the avalanche inside the hotel.

3:46 AM  Young girl among eight people found alive under avalanche that hit Italian mountain hotel two days ago.

'The work begins!' for Trump video

Workers install the presidential seal at the site of the Commander in Chief inaugural ball for President-elect Donald ...

3:27 AM  Clock ticks down to Donald Trump inauguration as 45th US president.

Pedestrians hit, shots heard video

The car involved in the chase through the city.

Witness speaks of despair when she realised a toddler was among the injured when a man drove his car into Melbourne's CBD.

A troubled life in one day

Gargasoulas, who also goes by the name Dimitrios, is currently on bail after being charged with family violence offences ...

James "Jimmy" Gargasoulas was bailed on the weekend after he was arrested in St Kilda, Australia for a number of alleged offences.

'This shouldn't have happened' video

Police chase the car through central Melbourne.

Questions will now be asked as to how a known violent offender was free to murder pedestrians in Melbourne's CBD.

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    "No one will emerge as a winner in a trade war," Chinese President Xi Jinping told the gathering.

    OPINION: This year's Davos gathering is focused on the rise of populism and simple-minded attacks on globalisation.

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    To prepare for the march, participants have been working together on placards explaining why they are protesting.

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    U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump arrive at Andrews Air Force Base for the inauguration of ...

    Donald Trump's inaugural events are underway but there's more to come. We have the bits you need to know.

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    TV appearance for killer

    A man believed to be James Gargasoulas waves his hat behind a TV reporter during a live report.

    4:09 AM  Hours before fatally ploughing into pedestrians in Melbourne, accused killerĀ appeared on TV.

    'Donuts' before tragedy video

    Car at centre of Melbourne carnage seen doing burn-outs before ploughing into pedestrians.

    Melbourne chaos: What we know so far video

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    Wellington women join global march

    To prepare for the march, participants have been working together on placards explaining why they are protesting.

    Hundreds expected to join solidarity march as Donald Trump is inaugurated.

    Trump's formula for success

    Donald Trump, the boy from Queens, New York, who fought his way to the US presidency.

    How a fierce will to win fuelled Donald Trump's achievements in business and, later, politics.

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    The US capital is crawling with law enforcement ahead of Donald Trump's presidential inauguration.

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    Davos - the rich are worried

    "No one will emerge as a winner in a trade war," Chinese President Xi Jinping told the gathering.

    OPINION: This year's Davos gathering is focused on the rise of populism and simple-minded attacks on globalisation.

    Wellington women join global march

    To prepare for the march, participants have been working together on placards explaining why they are protesting.

    Hundreds expected to join solidarity march as Donald Trump is inaugurated.

    President Trump: What you need to know video

    U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump arrive at Andrews Air Force Base for the inauguration of ...

    Donald Trump's inaugural events are underway but there's more to come. We have the bits you need to know.

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    It seems US presidents have a thing for lobster when it comes to their first meal as commander in chief.

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    Europe's right-wingers to meet

    Marine Le Pen, French National Front political party leader.

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    In the darkness under tons of snow, the survivors reached for their only lifeline.

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    Suspected Nazi bomb near the Houses of Parliament shuts two of London's busiest bridges.

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    Strong quake hits off Solomon Islands

    The quake hit about 56km west of Kirakira.

    A 6.7-magnitude quake has hit off the Solomon Islands, at a depth of 33km.

    When Gaddafi was on our doorstep

    Gaddafi's 42-year rule ended in bloodshed in 2011.

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    The death of Tongans in New Zealand have left many families without an income.

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    This piece of a Pacific island looks like a steal, but give the fine print two or three looks first.

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    North Korea's missile surprise for Trump?

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un smiles as he guides a test fire of a multiple launch rocket system. Is he planning a ...

    South Korean media said a missile launch test could potentially coincide with the inauguration of Donald Trump.

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    The first freight train to travel from China to Britain arrives at a welcoming ceremony.

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    Up and over goes a car as it is hit by a reversing SUV.

    Pedal confusion is being blamed on a accident where an SUV reverses into a car and manages to flip it over.

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    The "fairy circles" of the Namib Desert exhibit strikingly regular spatial patterns, which have long mystified observers.

    It is one of nature's head scratchers - the circles seen in distant deserts, but a new theory has emerged.

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    Militants detonated an explosives-laden vehicle inside a military camp in Mali's northern city of Gao.

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    People walk by the site after a bombing attack of an internally displaced persons camp in Rann, Nigeria.

    At least 76 people killed in accidental Nigerian Air Force strike on a refugee camp.

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    More than 100 people are dead after an air force jet looking for Boko Haram extremists made a horrifying mistake.

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    At least 20 firefighters killed video

    The collapsed Plasco building after it was engulfed by fire.

    Firefighters battled the blaze for hours at 17-storey tower in central Tehran before it collapsed.

    Istanbul nightclub attacker caught

    A frame grab made from a video which was distributed by Turkish police and released on January 3, 2017, shows a man, the ...

    Abdulgadir Masharipov admitted his guilt, after his fingerprints were found to match those at the scene of the New Year's Eve attack.

    Children suffer as taps run dry

    Bashir, 12, washes his hands at a tap in the Mustafa Jwayed school in the Al-Midan neighbourhood, Damascus, Syria.

    Around 5.5 million people, including 2 million children, have been cut off from running water in Damascus.

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    A member of the demining unit works in a minefield on the outskirts of the northern Syrian town of Dabiq, Syria.

    In Syria, Ahmad Najjar is surrounded by a silent enemy. He's risking it all to get rid of the threat.

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