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Trump reportedly exploring ways to hamper Russia probe, pardon himself

The US President and his legal team are exploring ways to hamper the investigation into alleged collusion with Russia during the 2016 US election and, in a worst-case scenario, nullify the repercussions, according to reports.

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Hundreds of German choir boys abused over decades: report

Berlin: A report says at least 547 members of a prestigious Catholic boys' choir in Germany were physically or sexually abused between 1945 and the early 1990s.

The Brisbane Times /
Alleged people smuggler Ahmad Zia Alizadah extradited to face charges in Australia

Ahmad Zia Alizadah allegedly charged $US5000 to $US6000 per person to smuggle people from Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan since 2008.

The Brisbane Times /
Marawi fight: 100 militants 'holed up with hostages' in centre of city

The death toll in the 49-day siege of the southern Philippine city of Marawi has topped 500, as Islamist militants reportedly force hostages to fight ...

The Brisbane Times /
Cardinal George Pell returns to Australia to face historical sex abuse charges

Cardinal George Pell, Australia's highest ranking Catholic, has returned to Australia after being charged with historical sex offences.

The Brisbane Times /
Parishioners at Melbourne’s St Patrick’s Cathedral asked to pray for George Pell

As about 150 parishioners filed into St Patrick's Cathedral, the home of the Catholic Church in Melbourne, one question was on everyone's mind: Would ...

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The Brisbane Times /
George Pell sex abuse charges make global headlines

Revelations Cardinal George Pell, Australia's highest ranking Catholic, has been charged with historical sex offences have lead headlines across the world.

The Brisbane Times /
'Watershed moment' for Catholic Church as Cardinal George Pell charged

Sex abuse survivor advocates urge the cardinal to follow through on his undertaking to return to Australia.

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