Michelle Small and her son Dylan Deane were lost in the wilderness of Mt Royal National Park in the Hunter Valley for 10 days. No food, no water and even less hope. What nine-year-old Dylan saw on a Bear Grylls TV show literally saved their lives.
More Of Me
Meet the top Aussie model taking on body shamers. La'Tecia Thomas says she's not worried about what other people think, but doctors say her message - and the message of the entire plus-size modelling industry - is deadly. Even as bad as smoking.
Join Carrie Bickmore, Waleed Aly, Pete Helliar and Gretel Killeen as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Austin Robertson and Magda Szubanski.
Children Hospitalised By Toxic Water
Lateline speaks with a former senior manager of the Murray Darling Basin Authority, who quit because of what she describes as the wholesale "perversion" of the scheme's intent. Families near Broken Hill share their stories about having to travel 200km for a shower, after their children became sick from toxic water. Kerry Brewster reports.
Nick Xenophon Team Senator Resigns Over Citizenship Crisis
South Australian senator Skye Kakoschke-Moore has announced she will resign from the Senate after she discovered she British citizenship through her mother. Emma Alberici speaks with former senator Nick Xenophon.
NSW Minister Denies Wrongdoing In Murray Darling Basin Plan
The South Australian government is threatening its own royal commission into allegations of water theft and mismanagement of the $13 billion scheme. Emma Alberici spoke with NSW minister for regional water, Niall Blair.
War Crimes Verdict Imminent For Butcher Of Bosnia
A UN war crimes tribunal is preparing to hand down the long-awaited verdict on the former commander of the Bosnian Serb Army, Ratko Mladic. There are 11 charges against him, including two counts of genocide and five of crimes against humanity, as Europe correspondent Steve Cannane reports from Srebrenica. This story contains distressing images.
Bangladesh Refugee Camp Doctors Urge Rohingyas To Use Contraception
More than 600,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees have fled Rakhine state, mostly to neighbouring Bangladesh. Now one of the challenges for aid agencies is to stop the population from growing further. But many of the refugees don't believe in using contraception, as South Asia correspondent James Bennett reports from the Balukhali refugee camp.
'Huge Moral Victory' In Case Of Pike River Mine Disaster
New Zealand's Supreme Court rules that a deal that saw charges against the former CEO of the Pike River Mine dropped in return for a payout, was unlawful.
A Quarter Of Refugee Women In Cox's Bazar Pregnant Or Breastfeeding
Oxfam Australia CEO Helen Szoke has recently returned from the makeshift refugee camp at Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh. She spoke with Emma Alberici.
Darling River Residents Say Pipeline Would Be Death Knell For River
The dire water crisis facing the Darling River has prompted the NSW government to commit $500 billion to build a pipeline to Broken Hill. But many residents oppose the plan, saying it will be a death knell for the river, as Kerry Brewster reports.
The Gay Man With Jewish Heritage Who Became A Neo-Nazi
Since 2016, Britain has outlawed three white supremacist groups. But anti-fascist campaigners are warning the threat posed by the far-right movement is still real. Europe correspondent James Glenday spoke to a former neo-Nazi who's renounced his commitment to extreme nationalism, revealing he's gay and has Jewish heritage.
Housing Affordability Crisis Threatens Older Australians
A new report shows many older Australians are increasingly at risk of becoming homeless and spending more than half their pension and savings on rent. Seniors advocates are warning it's the beginning of a community crisis in Australia. Sarah Farnsworth reports.
PM Not Budging On Banking Royal Commission
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is refusing to support calls from within the Coalition to launch an inquiry into the banks, even as it looks increasingly likely with support from Labor and the crossbench. The Nationals are intent on discussing the proposal at next week's party room meeting. Political correspondent Matt Wordsworth speaks with Emma Alberici.
Labor Opposes Long List Of Amendments To Same-sex Marriage Bill
Emma Alberici spoke with shadow attorney-general Mark Dreyfus about the latest progress on the same sex marriage bill and religious freedom protections, as well as Labor's support for a royal commission into the banking sector.
Senate Passes Historic Same-sex Marriage Bill
Joyous scenes erupted in the Senate today with the historic passage of the bill to legalise same-sex marriage. But the process won't be complete until it's approved by the House of Representatives - this week's sitting was cancelled by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Political correspondent Matt Wordsworth reports.
Dastyari 'Serial Offender': Brandis
Emma Alberici speaks to Attorney-General George Brandis about the historic passage of a same-sex marriage bill through the Senate and the latest scandal engulfing Labor Senator Sam Dastyari.
Sydney Priest Visits Manus Island To Meet Asylum Seekers
For most Australians, Manus Island is a place they will read or hear about but never visit. During the standoff at the decommissioned detention centre, one parish priest from Sydney's inner-west decided he wanted to see the situation for himself. Kyle Taylor produced this report, which includes video supplied by GetUp! and ACFID.
The Role Of Religious Groups In The Asylum Seeker Debate
Emma Alberici speaks to chief advocate of World Vision Australia and Baptist minister, Rev Tim Costello, and Anglican minister and research fellow at the Centre for Independent Studies, Rev Peter Kurti, about the ongoing situation on Manus Island and the role of religious groups in the asylum seeker debate.
Efforts To Snare Rape Confessions Traumatise Survivors
Reporting a sexual assault can be a traumatic experience. Complainants have to be prepared to undergo a medical examination and often reveal intimate details of their life. An investigation by Lateline has found increasingly, those who come forward are being asked to confront their alleged attacker in taped phone conversations in order to try and coerce a confession out of them. Some experts are warning the technique, known as pretext calling, could further traumatise victims. Naomi Selvaratnam produced this report.
Nick Mckim Warns Of 'Grim' Conditions On Manus Island As Detention Centre Closes
Emma Alberici speaks to Greens Senator Nick McKim about the closure of the Manus Island detention centre and the future for the asylum seekers left behind
Lawyer Accuses Government Of Depriving Manus Detainees Of 'Fundamental Human Rights'
Emma Alberici speaks to lawyer Greg Barns about the unfolding situation on Manus Island and his legal bid to prevent the closure of the Manus Island detention centre.
Craig Kelly Calls For 'Full Audit' Amid Ongoing Citizenship Saga
Emma Alberici speaks to Liberal MP Craig Kelly about the revelation that Liberal Senator Stephen Parry may hold dual British citizenship.
US President Donald Trump got the whole world talking about tariffs last week, after announcing a new one on steel and aluminium imports. It got many countries around the world fired up, so we're going to take a closer look at what tariffs are and why the US introduced this one.
World-famous scientist Stephen Hawking has died at the age of 76. He was a pioneer in cosmology and theoretical physics. We'll find out how he made such a big impact on scientific thinking around the world.
Australia's Population: A BTN two-part special
Our next 'Ask a Reporter' topic
In part 2 of BTN's special look at Australia's population, we'll investigate where our population is headed and take a look at both sides of the growth debate. Then on Friday following the show, join us live for Ask a Reporter, where Jack and Amelia will answer all of your population questions.
New research has concluded that that bones discovered on an island in the Pacific in 1940 are likely those of Amelia Earhart. She was a legendary aviator that disappeared on an around-the-world flight attempt. We'll take a look back at her life to find out why she's still an inspiration today.
BTN Investigates: How do planes fly?
Following on from Amelia Earhart's story, one of our viewers wants to know "How do planes fly?" We sent Matt out on a wing and a hunt for the answer.
In a world awash with bogus news, dubious sources and noisy opinions, Stan Grant brings Australian audiences the essential context they need to separate facts from fiction on the important issues of the day.
Tragedy has inspired a group of young people in America to campaign for stricter gun control. The leaders of this movement were caught up in last week's school shooting in Florida. And now they're taking their message right to the President's door.
Our next 'Ask a Reporter' topic
We're previewing Clean Up Australia Day on the 2nd of March with a special look at recycling. Last year, we revealed that some of it is being stored in warehouses and some is being shipped overseas for processing. But now, China has announced that it's banning these imports, leaving Australian recycling companies worried about the future of the scheme.
Australia will soon make its biggest deposit of seeds into the doomsday vault. We'll find out what that is and why locally-grown seeds could one day help save the world.
BTN Investigates: How do eyes work?
One of our viewers has asked us to find out how our eyes work. We will give you some insight!
Last year, 13-year old Solli Raphael became the youngest ever Australian Slam Poetry Champion. But what is slam poetry and how is it different to the forms of poetry you'd be more used to? We've asked Solli to explain.
Stories include, 'Cuts at TGA as police say counterfeit drugs on the rise', 'Interview: Leonard Doyle, International Organisation for Migration', 'What happened to baby Sandra? Retta Dixon survivors search for answers 50 years on' and 'Team Venom enjoy mixed success at Speed Week in South Australia'.
Stories include: 'The challenges of everyday life in a town under siege', 'How should Australia go to war?', 'You be the judge - what happens when ordinary citizens are asked to set the sentence for a serious crime?', 'Interview: Paul Refsdal, journalist and film maker'
THE CHALLENGES OF EVERYDAY LIFE IN A TOWN UNDER SIEGE
Daraya is one of the many besieged cities and neighbourhoods across Syria, regularly bombed by Assad Government and Russian warplanes. Find out what life is like for a family trying to survive in the war zone.
HOW SHOULD AUSTRALIA GO TO WAR?
There's a new push from a handful of politicians and former military chiefs in Australia for the Government to be stripped of its power to commit to war, suggesting a vote on the floor of Parliament instead.
YOU BE THE JUDGE - WHAT HAPPENS WHEN ORDINARY CITIZENS ARE ASKED TO SET THE SENTENCE FOR A SERIOUS CRIME?
A program run by Victoria's Sentencing Advisory Council is taking the court room to the community, letting members of the public be the judge while using real cases from the past.
INTERVIEW: PAUL REFSDAL, JOURNALIST AND FILM MAKER
Matt Wordsworth speaks with Paul Refsdal in Oslo, who turned the camera to the jihadis waiting for their turn to die in a film which provides an intimate portrait of their lives as would-be suicide bombers.
The story, 'Beauty and a beast', it's been a long and deeply painful wait for action and answers to one of Australia's most baffling and enduring mysteries: what happened to model and bride-to-be Lucille Butterworth? The story, 'Where prisoners rule', in the heart of Bolivia lies a prison like no other, where children roam the corridors, drugs are made and sold and an inmate council hands out corporal punishment. Denham Hitchcock went inside the prison city in the centre of La Paz with Australian author Rusty Young, the man who made this place famous.
Stories include: 'Lushsux on Donald Trump, nude selfies, and a gorilla named Harambe', 'The high profile muslim cleric who's encouraging his followers in France to integrate into secular society', 'Interview: Warren Entsch, Liberal National MP', 'Interview: Rukmini Callimachi, New York Times Foreign Correspondent'
LUSHSUX ON DONALD TRUMP, NUDE SELFIES, AND A GORILLA NAMED HARAMBE
Lushsux, the controversial Melbourne street artist, talks to Lateline about sexism in art and what he thinks of his critics.
THE HIGH PROFILE MUSLIM CLERIC WHO'S ENCOURAGING HIS FOLLOWERS IN FRANCE TO INTEGRATE INTO SECULAR SOCIETY
Europe Correspondent James Glenday spends a day with Grand Imam of Bordeaux Tareq Oubrou, whose liberal views have made him a high profile target of the Islamic State terrorist group.
INTERVIEW: WARREN ENTSCH, LIBERAL NATIONAL MP
Emma Alberici speaks with Warren Entsch as the Opposition rejects a request from the Turnbull Government to allow 'pairing' of votes in the new Parliament which will add more difficulty for the Government with a one seat majority.
INTERVIEW: RUKMINI CALLIMACHI, NEW YORK TIMES FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT
Emma Alberici speaks with NY Times reporter Rukmini Callimachi about the reasons behind the rise of Islamic terror groups in Europe.
With guests Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Taaron Egerton, Shane Watson and Ben Dwarshuls, plus guest host Liz Ellis, and stories on the Berlin attack, the Russian ambassador assassinated in Ankara, phones for kids, and Bistro Morgan.
Chilling video of police interviews with Australia's worst mass murderer Martin Bryant have been revealed on the Seven Network's Sunday Night program for the first time - showing the evil killer laughing as detectives question him for hours about his horrific shooting spree. There is also deeply personal and detailed accounts of Martin Bryant from those who came to be closest to him in the days, weeks and months that followed the Port Arthur atrocity.
The story, 'Saved', secret cameras have captured the dramatic rescue of a 15-year-old girl from a Thai brothel by an Australian organisation working to end the underage sex trade. The story, 'Life is beautiful', Hetty was imprisoned in a concentration camp as a 14 year old and protected those much younger than her from the horror and death after their parents were taken away. The story, 'End of the adventure', the wife and daughter of filmmaker John Davis, who was killed in a helicopter crash have revealed his final hours in an emotional interview.
With guests Bernard Fanning, Paul Bongiorno, Hugh Riminton, Grahame Morris and Mark Di Stefano, plus guest host Steve Price and stories on the Liberal leadership spill, and a model breaking stereotypes.
Stories include, 'Construction union accused of intimidation', 'Commonwealth Bank apologises', 'No comment on asylum boat', 'Church slow to pay compensation', 'Sarkoy claims to be a victim of witch hunt' and 'Independent body should decide on compensation'.
Stories include, 'Teenager Malala Yousafzai shares Nobel Peace Prize', 'National Security brings States, Territories and Commonwealth together', 'Ebola scare, MP Bob Katter calls for health workers to be quarantined', 'Author Naomi Klein', 'Britain's anti-European Union Independence Party takes seat in parliament' and 'Wilderness therapy for women soldiers.'
Stories include, 'Joe Hockey's first budget', 'No major effect on the economy', 'Budget asks everyone to contribute', 'Tony Burke interview', 'What the papers say', and 'Laura Tingle and Peter Martin interviews'.
Stories include, 'Hundreds of homes feared lost as bushfires rage across New South Wales', 'Ben Worsley live from Springwood', 'Liberal backbencher, Don Randall, pays back more than 5,000 dollars in tax payer funded travel entitlements', 'Shane Fitzsimmons at the Rural Fire Service Headquarters', 'The fluoride debate that's dividing the alternative Mecca of Byron Bay', 'Democrats and Republicans agree on a temporary fix to lifting the debt ceiling', 'Republican strategisst and columnist, Rich Galen' and 'A family demands to know why their indigenous father died of malnutrition'.
Stories include, 'Abbott declares Indonesian trip a success', 'US Government shuts down', 'Government services closing and federal workers staying home', 'Australian jailed for 18 years for helping al Qaeda', '54 die in Baghdad car bombs', 'World food diversity is decreasing', 'Rinehart to step down from trust', 'Police battle bikies' and 'Tasmanian magistrates refuse to hear DPP case'.
Stories include, ‘Second high seas transfer of asylum seekers awaiting Indonesian approval’, ‘Indonesia Correspondent George Roberts’, ‘IPCC urges world to reduce greenhouse emissions’, ‘U.N. calls on Sri Lanka to begin credible inquiry into alleged war crimes and ongoing abuses’, ‘Interview with Navi Pillay, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights’, ‘U.N. Security Council to require Syria to dismantle its chemical weapons’ and ‘Melbourne's police and emergency services braced for footy fallout’.
Stories include, 'Abbott to take methodically approach', 'Senate will include independents and micro parties', 'Farmers need a fair return', 'Disunity did Labor in', 'Assad says US has no proof of chemical weapons' and 'Senior Catholic official contradicts another's evidence'.
The story, 'Witness a miracle', meets Daniel Huf who survived a horrific crash. Three separate paramedics pronounced Daniel dead but after an hour he was alive again. The story, 'To catch a predator', asks whether the privacy of pedophiles is being favoured over the protection of children in Australia? The story, 'Jerry Hall', features an interview with Jerry Hall about her famous lovers, career and her past.
Stories include, 'Malaysia Airlines mystery', 'Samantha Hawley in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia', 'Desmond Ross discusses Flight MH 370', 'WA Treasurer steps down', 'Big organisations should have targets for diversity of staff', 'Pell signals a change on legal action' and 'Blood test for Dementia'.
Stories include, 'Freedom to offend', 'FOFA on hold', 'Orion spots two objects', 'Greatest challenges in search for plane are remote location and weather', 'Pells suggests a compensation fund for abuse victims', '7.30 investigates 'burnt hands' incident', 'Howes quits', 'Brandis criticises NGA' and 'Rescuer earns bravery award'.
The story, 'To catch a killer', details how police caught Daniel Morcombe's killer, Brett Cowan. The story, 'Cosentino's greatest escape', watch Cosentino as he attempts his arch nemesis stunt 'Dropped' for the second time.
Stories include, 'Government claims a fall in asylum seeker boats reaching Australia', 'Mandatory 5 year jail terms for people smugglers upheld by High Court', 'Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons', 'ASIC Chairman Greg Medcraft speaks to Emma Alberici', 'U.S. edges away from catastrophic debt default', 'Britain significantly closer to Alzheimers treatment' and 'National Plant Bank to save Australia's flora'.
Stories include, 'Diplomatic move underway for ceasefire', 'Interview with Israel Correspondent for the Economist Magazine David Landau', 'RBA Governor says rate cuts likely in coming months', 'Man charged over the murder of Melbourne woman', 'Hoax collar bomber jailed for at least 10 years', 'Trade talks begin at East Asian Summit', 'ABC correspondent Zoe Daniel East Asia Summit interview', 'Amnesty International slams Nauru facility' and 'New martial arts movement tries to bridge gap between Israelis and Palestinians'.
RICK SPRINGFIELD: 'I'D RECOGNIZE JESSIE'S GIRL IF I SAW HER'
He's the 70's star behind one of the catchiest tunes of our time -- and Rick Springfield can still picture the beauty that inspired it 35 years ago.
THE SAVING AUSTRALIA DIET: FINAL CHECK-UP
Three months ago, Tasmania's Tony Benneworth, NSW mum Cassandra Floyd and Perth resident Jack Merolla volunteered to trial three separate diets in an attempt to reverse type two diabetes.
'He killed my only sister' Aussie's quest to confront deadly surgeon
Young woman died during botched "Brazilian butt lift" surgery in Mexico.
Political Correspondent David Lipson
The government is facing a fight in the senate over its plan to ban asylum seekers and refugees who come by boat from ever visiting Australia.
Interview: Industry Minister Greg Hunt
Greg Hunt joins Lateline from Tokyo to explain the federal government's strategy to salvage parts of Australia's car manufacturing business.
Interview: Mark Colvin
The veteran ABC broadcaster speaks to Emma Alberici about his memoir 'Light and Shadow' and the life of his spy father.
With guests Ed Sheeran (performing live) and Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, plus guest host Gretel Killeen, and stories on the government in crisis, Super Bowl LI, statistics on Catholic church child abuse, and the AFL women's league.
Interview: John Berry, Former US Ambassador To Australia
Matt Wordsworth speaks with former US Ambassador to Australia, John Berry, about the election of Donald Trump and the government's new deal with the US to resettle refugees currently on Nauru and Manus Island.
Interview: Catherine Mcgregor, Cricket Writer And Broadcaster
Matt Wordsworth speaks with cricket commentator Catherine McGregor about the horror start to Australia's season and what can be done to improve the team's slump.
Interview: Cesar Melhem, Victorian Labor MP
Matt Wordsworth speaks with Victorian Labor MP Cesar Melhem about the recent parliamentary inquiry into voluntary euthanasia and why he changed his mind on the issue.
South Australian MPs Agonise Over Voluntary Euthanasia Debate
The South Australian Parliament is once again debating legislation to introduce voluntary euthanasia. Lateline's Angus Llewellyn spoke to three state politicians about the challenges of a conscience vote on this ethical issue.
We begin with a chilling story of revenge and murder, an eye-witness account of the senseless shooting of Glen Turner, killed for simply doing his job. When Glen investigated a wealthy and powerful farmer, Ian Turnbull, for continually breaking the law he made a very dangerous enemy, and that farmer was set on revenge. As Steve Pennells reprots, it all culminated in a bloody showdown that would leave a father of two dead and a whole community shattered.
Man At Work
It's 35 years since Men At Work declared "you'd better run, you'd better take cover". Down Under was an instant hit and became an Aussie classic. The song endures but the Men did not. Theirs is a story of spectacular highs and heavy lows. As Denham Hitchcock reports, through all of it Colin Hay, one man at work, is still serenading the faithful, here and around the world.
PJ Madam goes behind-the-scenes of The Scripps National Spelling Bee where young contestants battle against each other and the dictionary for three days in the hope of winning $30,000 in cash. We gain exclusive access by Nupur Lala, the 1999 winner and star of Oscar-nominated documentary 'Spellbound'. Then, Rahni Sadler chats with entertainer Redfoo.
Stories include, 'High seas detention ends: asylum seekers head for shore', 'Australian police to help secure MH17 Ukraine crash site', 'UN condemns attack on Palestinian children, 'Australian journalist appeals Egyptian jail sentence', 'Dictaphone theft: newspaper says stolen recording used to destabilise Victorian Government', 'Richard Flanagan's shot for Man Booker' and 'Bald Archies sends them up rotten'.
Stories include, 'Defence Minister has no confidence in ASC', 'Hughes in critical condition', 'Riots break out in Ferguson', 'Hagel resigns', 'IS exploits "a lack of purpose" in the young to recruit members', 'Water bill could damage Barrier Reef' and 'Syrian children forced into labour'.
The story, 'Bulls bred for rodeo', meets Australia's very own bull rider Ben Jones and details how bull riding has changed over the years. The story, 'Foreign investors on hunt for Aussie farms', details the activity of foreign investors on Australian farms.
Stories include, ‘Ballot bungle, where did they go?’, ‘The Executive Chairman of News Corporation, Rupert Murdoch’, ‘Phone hacking’, ‘Animal cruelty’, ‘Mission accomplished’, ‘Interview with Bob Carr, former Foreign Minister’, ‘NSA under fire again’ and ‘Queensland standoff’.
The story, 'Kerri-Anne's toughest year', follows her brother Malcolm as he undergoes deep brain stimulation. The story, 'SuBo's puppy love', Susan Boyle takes Rahni Sadler backstage before a performance with her teen idol Donny Osmond. The story, 'Hard road to adoption', asks why the adoption process is so difficult for Australians? The story, 'Lost diggers on show', Australian War Memorial Mr Kerry Stokes AC opens the new exhibition Remember me: the lost diggers of Vignacourt.
Stories include, 'PM will fight for education funding', 'Phil Williams live from London', 'Church of Scientology denies holding woman in isolation', 'US soldiers told to leave Afghanistan', 'Interview with Education Minister, Peter Garrett', 'Churches protected by trust laws' and 'Asbestos in storm debris'.
The story, 'Bite club', speaks with Aussies who've been mauled by sharks and lived to tell the tale. The story, 'Married to the Iceman', interviews the ex-wife of America's most notorious contract killer, 'The Iceman'. The story, 'Our funny, famous interns', speaks with funnymen Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson about their upcoming film, The Internship.
Stories include, 'Huge explosion at fertilizer plant', 'Investigators close in on a suspect', 'Soil carbon targets difficult to reach', 'Coalition's direct action plan', 'PM attempts to get premiers on board' and 'Sri Lankans sent home'.
Stories include, 'Kevin Rudd steals the limelight', 'Family of dead teenager calls for synthetic drugs to be banned', 'U.S. Government spies on Facebook and Google users', 'Act Of Killing' and 'Friday Forum'.
Stories include, 'US presidential campaign down to the wire', 'Rich Galen interview', 'Craig McMurtrie interview', 'Government and Opposition grapple with the books', 'Cardinal calls for end to loutish behaviour at St John's', 'Interview with Professor Roslyn Arnold', 'Damning report into NZ Pike River disaster' and 'Charles and Camilla visit Longreach'.
The story, 'Toxo terror', investigates Toxoplasmosis. The story, 'King of the kids', visits Jerry Lewis to talk about life, love, and his famous fallout with friend Dean Martin. Lewis has also poured his time into raising billions of dollars for muscular dystrophy. The story, 'Mystery of the deep', a very special mission to discover the truth about the dramatic night the Second World War came to Australia.
With guests Cara Delevingne, Luke McGregor and Lucy McDonald, plus guest host Jennifer Byrne, and stories on paying by selfie, Princess Charlotte's christening, Tinder stats, Greece votes no, and the 10-year-old hypnotherapist.
Stories include, 'PM in India to sign uranium deal', 'Ceasefire back on track', 'Poroshenko just wants Russia out', 'Obama vows to destroy Islamic State militants', 'Obama needs a more muscular foreign policy', 'Massive blast leaves one dead and two missing', 'Shaw survives', 'Electoral commission to investigate Territory's political donations'.
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