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Tue 25 Jun 2019

Trio return from Space Station after 204 days

Trio return from Space Station after 204 days

Three astronauts have safely returned to Earth after spending more than six months aboard the International Space Station.

Jackson ‘bald and scarred’ when he died

Jackson ‘bald and scarred’ when he died

First responders who found the singer’s body have described its unusual and “severely scarred” state in a new documentary examining his sudden death.

Domino’s ‘underpaid’ thousands of workers: claim

premium_icon Domino’s ‘underpaid’ thousands of workers: claim

Domino’s Pizza has been hit by a class action claiming thousands of workers have been underpaid over a four-and-a-half year period.

Domino's to be hit by class action lawsuit

Domino's to be hit by class action lawsuit

A class action lawsuit paid for by a London-based litigation funding giant will allege that Domino's Pizza franchises systemically underpaid workers for years.

Teen’s sickening murder shocks a nation

Teen’s sickening murder shocks a nation

HE gruesome rape and murder of an Irish teen by two 14-year-old boys is the most shocking child-on-child crime since James Bulger. WARNING: Graphic content

Racing car driver’s hilarious fail

Racing car driver’s hilarious fail

It all went wrong on the biggest stage in crazy circumstances for BMW driver and this one incident left his pit crew in stitches as they watched the event unfold.

Russia regains Council of Europe voting

Russia regains Council of Europe voting

Russia's right to vote in the Council of Europe has been reestablished after it was stripped in 2014 over the annexation of Crimea.

Mexico deploys 15,000 to halt US migration

Mexico deploys 15,000 to halt US migration

MEXICO has deployed almost 15,000 soldiers and National Guard to stem US-bound migration in the north of the country.

Man dies after riding Lime e-scooter

Man dies after riding Lime e-scooter

A man has died after riding a Lime electric scooter.

Global rise ‘won’t change Ash one bit’

premium_icon Global rise ‘won’t change Ash one bit’

She may be the French Open champion and the new world No. 1 but Ash Barty’s coach Craig Tyzzer believes she will not carry any expectations into Wimbledon.

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