Heading Down Under where locals are "dry as a dead dingo's donger" and beachgoers don "budgie smugglers"?
yesterday, 17:19Bogan, ranga, rurosexual added to Australian dictionary
yesterday, 16:00Italy quake death toll nears 250
yesterday, 14:41Viral photos add fuel to French burkini debate
24 august, 13:5418 dead as Italy struck by powerful quake
23 august, 18:06India cows get glow-in-the-dark horns to stop crashes
23 august, 16:56200 people fall sick after ammonia leak in Bangladesh
22 august, 16:40Japan's first lady visits Pearl Harbor
22 august, 16:03Pokemon's a no-go on Bangkok's roads
19 august, 15:17US astronauts prepare spacewalk to install new docking port
19 august, 15:02Aping jazz greats, orangutan makes music Down Under
18 august, 16:42Olympics: Kazakh boxing golden boy has scar to show for it
18 august, 16:38Olympics: Kazakh Yeleussinov wins welterweight gold
18 august, 16:34July was Earth's hottest month in modern times
16 august, 17:07A night behind bars in Slovenian prison-turned-hostel
16 august, 16:36Russia announces first Syria strikes from Iran base
15 august, 16:28Pakistan rock climbers scale new heights
12 august, 16:33'Star Wars' trailer teases return of Darth Vader
12 august, 16:23Elephant with 'sabre-tooth' tusks found in Malaysia
11 august, 17:51Olympics: German weightlifting coach wants seven nations banned
11 august, 15:06Olympics: Aussie teen stars as Ledecky motors on
10 august, 16:19Beyond wheatgrass: vegan junk food is all the rage
09 august, 16:59Russia-Turkey feud: from jet downing to making up
08 august, 15:57Kazakhstan vows to send Gulen-linked 'terror' suspects to Turkey
08 august, 15:50Thousands protest possible China-France nuclear project
05 august, 16:02China willing to reach 'understanding' with Vatican
05 august, 15:31Shifting from Russia, Ukraine strikes US nuclear fuel deal
03 august, 16:38China's online population exceeds 700 million
02 august, 17:42Boxing: Brook to 'shock the world' in Golovkin title bout
02 august, 17:11Turkey warns Kazakhstan over Gulen-linked schools
02 august, 17:04Olympics: Weightlifting's doping crackdown for Rio
01 august, 17:54London issues first offshore rupee bond
01 august, 17:34Kyrgyzstan's president backs referendum on constitution
28 july, 16:57KazMunaiGas threatens action over Romania refinery seizure
27 july, 17:42Police, cyber firms tackle 'ransomware' hacking threat
25 july, 15:1215-hour mega jam in UK as France ups border checks
25 july, 14:51Syrian migrant killed by own bomb near German music festival
21 july, 15:11IS can be conduit for psychopaths' violent desires: experts
19 july, 17:51Five dead in Kazakhstan 'terror' attacks on police
14 july, 15:40Pokemon Go unleashes legions of monster hunters
14 july, 15:21Lessons in love: Chinese university teaches seduction
13 july, 17:10Theresa May prepares to take over as Brexit PM
13 july, 17:02Google says anti-privacy effort has delivered $2 bn
11 july, 14:36Brook to face feared Kazakhstan's boxer Golovkin
08 july, 17:23Chevron announces $36.8 bn Kazakh oil expansion
08 july, 15:16Snipers kill five police at US protest over shootings
04 july, 14:04Fido forever? S. Korea's dog cloning clinic
04 july, 13:30Australia PM urged to quit after 'Brexiting' himself
01 july, 17:01Kazakhstan, Sweden, Bolivia, Ethiopia win UN council seats
27 june, 15:24India, Pakistan edge closer to joining SCO security bloc
24 june, 17:37Merkel warns EU against kneejerk reaction to Brexit
24 june, 15:18Britain votes to leave EU, PM resigns
23 june, 14:44Kazakhstan weightlifting team facing Rio ban over doping
22 june, 17:09Kazakh president appoints new administration chief
21 june, 17:24EU agrees anti-tax evasion deal
20 june, 15:40World's fastest supercomputer entirely made in China
16 june, 17:15Kazakh champion Ilyin among 10 new doping failures
15 june, 15:44China bans exports of nuclear-use technology to North Korea
15 june, 15:35France becomes first major nation to ratify UN climate deal
14 june, 14:59'Enormous' inventories to keep lid on oil price: IEA
13 june, 16:37Kazakhstan says all gunmen behind attacks arrested
13 june, 16:04Kazakh president says deadly attacks organised 'from abroad'
13 june, 14:48Russia to set up joint air defence system with ex-Soviet allies, including Kazakhstan
08 june, 17:2213 killed in Kazakh 'anti-terror' raid after shootings
08 june, 16:53Mammals thrived long before dinos died: study
08 june, 16:46US obesity epidemic grows in all ages
07 june, 16:52Xinjiang residents must submit DNA for passports
07 june, 16:24Kazakhstan manhunt after 'terror' shootings kill six: police
06 june, 14:16'Religious extremists' kill six in Kazakhstan rampage
03 june, 15:22What is a Kazakh investor like: profile
03 june, 14:44Income for all? Pro and con arguments in Swiss vote
02 june, 15:58Thai tiger temple monk caught fleeing with skins, fangs
02 june, 15:51OPEC happy with oil market, kingpin Saudi says
01 june, 17:36Tennis: Putintseva makes first Grand Slam quarter-final
01 june, 11:44Renewable energy sources grew at record pace in 2015: study
31 may, 16:03Robot home-help and virtual reality at Taiwan's Computex
30 may, 09:45Nibali wins dramatic 99th Giro d'Italia for Kazakhstan
17 may, 16:34Virtual Reality puts viewer in the movie at Cannes
16 may, 16:00Germany puts refugees to work... for one euro
16 may, 15:46Total launches gas project in Britain's Shetlands
16 may, 15:29US woman rushed to hospital with shark stuck to arm
12 may, 17:26Gaza Salafists look to IS for inspiration
12 may, 15:06Art not sex, Pakistan's dancers take a stand
11 may, 18:55Clear, crunchy and counterfeit: China's fake jellyfish
11 may, 17:40'Social fridges' open in Argentina as poverty rises
11 may, 16:29Queen calls Chinese delegation 'very rude'
04 may, 16:36Days are numbered for 500-euro banknote
04 may, 16:29Wave of dead sea creatures hits Chile's beaches
04 may, 15:07Glencore cuts copper, zinc production to counter glut
04 may, 14:47Canadian city evacuated as huge blaze engulfs homes
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