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El Salavador's President Bukele set to increase power after election win

El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele has emerged as the big winner in his country's elections held last Sunday. While vote counting continues, President Bukele's party and its allies look set...

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Bridging visas for refugees released from Brisbane detention

DOZENS of refugees held in a Kangaroo Point hotel for up to two years have been granted bridging visas and are being released to live in the community. Twenty three...

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Royal Commission recommends "generational" overhaul of Australia's aged care

MORE than $450m will be invested in Australia's aged care system to fix the unacceptable "neglect" laid bare in the aged care royal commission. A scathing final report from royal...

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Amidst escalating violence, a solitary nun stands her ground.

A solitary, distressed nun stands her ground begging Myanmar police not to shoot at protesting civilians - one of the latest, confronting images shared on social media by the country's...

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Nathan's flying high against all odds

NATHAN Parker's lifetime dream to become a fighter pilot came crashing down in a tragic road accident, but what's happened after that has led to him becoming the 2021 NSW...

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Amidst ongoing attacks, Francis prepares for Iraq visit

AN Iraqi priest says Pope Francis' visit to Iraq next week is an act of bravery and also madness. "The country is burning, but he is still going," Fr Naim...

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Uncertainty over coming elections in El Salvador

ASK in El Salvador about elections across the nation this coming Sunday (February 28) and you'll get two different answers of what the results could bring: a move toward a...

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Wollongong diocese to produce Mass for You at Home

AUSTRALIA'S longest-running televised Mass will continue to broadcast the liturgy to thousands of people every week after the Diocese of Wollongong secured the rights as the program's new producer. Mass...

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Severe shortage of doctors for Australia's terminally ill patients, ACU study

AUSTRALIA has only half the number of palliative care doctors needed to provide good quality care for chronically and terminally ill patients despite increasing demand, a new academic study has...

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Myanmar street protests intensify as military cracks down

Catholic nuns, seminarians and laypeople have marched on the streets to pray for peace as pro-democracy protests intensify in Myanmar three weeks after the February 1 coup. Nearly 1,000 Catholics,...

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