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Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson's rise to power has been long telegraphed. But there are some little-known facts about Britain's new leader.
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An officer commented on Facebook, possibly not realising that the news story he was so angry about was actually satirical.
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Li Peng, who was Chinese premier during the bloody 1989 crackdown on protesting students in Tiananmen Square and during the handover of Hong Kong from Britain, has died aged 91.
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The colourful former London mayor and British foreign secretary is set to visit the Queen on Wednesday, but colleagues are already causing trouble.
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Theresa May's premiership is over but there's no guarantee her successor will bring any stability to British politics, as the Conservative party crowns its new leader.
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An Islamic State sympathiser has been arrested with police now looking for "his friends" and for the plot's mastermind.
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Above all, Australia needs to approach any confrontation with Iran as a political challenge amenable to negotiation rather than a cultural or ideological crusade.
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The US President is happy to solve the Pakistan-Indian conflict but says he's too busy to solve other world problems. "It's like a full-time job."
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Chinese media sought the high moral ground in reporting on Australian swimmer Mack Horton's medal dias snub to Chinese champion Sun Yang.
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Although tougher policing has made piracy less frequent on the strategic shipping route in recent years, incidents still happen.

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