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Dans la première partie de notre programme, nous commencerons par un sujet sur le prix Nobel de la paix 2020 qui a été décerné cette année au Programme alimentaire mondial (PAM) des Nations Unies. Ensuite, nous parlerons de l’annonce faite lundi par le directeur général de Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg : tout contenu qui denie l'Holocauste sera désorma…
Diego Franco had been working for the home delivery platform Deliveroo for three years when he was sacked at the height of the pandemic.
A Bill will be introduced to the New South Wales Parliament to overhaul the funding arrangements for the Independent Commission Against Corruption which is investigating former MP Daryl Maguire who was in a relationship with Premier Gladys Berejiklian.
French police have arrested 15 people over the brutal beheading of a high school teacher in a north-western suburb of Paris last week.
Rio Tinto has confirmed its subsidiary - Energy Resource Australia (ERA) - is in mediation talks with the Federal Government over funding for rehabilitation research.
The focus is on Melbourne's Crown Casino and its dealings with junket operators who are suspected of links with Asian crime gangs.
A number of financial institutions have abandoned their investments in oil and gas, with 23 major players beating a path to the exit this year alone.
The indictments come as Democrats suggest Russia is involved in the release of emails purportedly belonging to Joe Biden's son in the New York Post.
The Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources will hold a virtual meeting over the next fortnight.
South Africa, Zimbabwe, Angola, Nigeria and Namibia are all reporting terror activity from ISIS.
Departmental officials will face Senate Estimates over the purchase of land from Liberal Party donors for more than $30 million - ten times its market value.
Melbourne businesswoman and philanthropist Susan Alberti is one of the many who believe the Victorian Government's lockdown has gone too far for too long.
With the state's three day rolling average now below 2 cases a day - it wants Premier Dan Andrews to bring forward the reopening of businesses from November 2.
It's been a horror fortnight for the board of Crown Resorts as a high stakes inquiry continues to uncover poor oversight of money laundering risks and exposure to organised crime.
Two former Soviet countries are fighting over Nagorno Karabakh, a mountainous region about twice the size of the Australian Capital Territory, which is recognised by every country as part of Azerbaijan, but is occupied by Armenia.
From today, people can travel 25 kilometres from their home, and there is no limit on exercise.
The embargo was imposed on Iran 13 years ago by the United Nations Security Council and agreed to in 2015 by Iran, Russia, China, Germany, Britain, France and the United States.
Doug Mills is the Pulitzer Prize winning photographer for the New York Times. His images of Donald Trump have seen him described as a genius by the US President.
The Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has flagged he'll announce the easing of some social restrictions this Sunday.
We wrap a frantic week in state politics that saw Gladys Berejiklian, Deb Frecklington, and Daniel Andrews face mounting pressure.
The ban comes as cotton growers begin planting for what is forecast to be a bumper crop after the prolonged drought.
Some people have been turned away as authorities race to contain the spread.
Woolworth says given record supermarket profits, it would be inappropriate to access the four billion dollar JobMaker wage subsidy scheme for 16 to 35-year-olds.
The Federal and NT governments have struck a deal on an expansion of quarantine processing at Darwin's Howard Springs facility.
YouTube will prohibit material targeting a person or group with conspiracy theories that have been used to justify violence.
ABC journalist Dan Oakes has expressed relief after prosecutors dropped charges against him over his reporting of alleged war crimes.
Pro-democracy demonstrators are calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Prayuth Chanocha and a reduction in the powers of the King
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New research showed the reef's small, medium and large coral populations have all declined over the past three decades, largely due to bleaching events in 2016 and 2017.
On Saturday residents of the ACT will decide if Labor deserves to hold onto power after 19 years in Government.
Melburnians are hopeful some COVID-19 restrictions could be eased this weekend.
Gladys Berejiklian says she has no plans to resign and, for now, parliament and her closest colleagues are standing by her.
Pressure is building on Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews to significantly ease restrictions this weekend as the state records its 98th day in lockdown.
The Transport Workers Union has written to the Prime Minister calling for federal intervention.
The measures aim to prevent intensive care units from becoming overwhelmed, but stop short of a full lockdown.
The family have been held on Christmas Island since August last year, fighting against their deportation.
Boris Johnson is threatening to walk away from Brexit negotiations if the European Union misses today's crucial deadline for a free trade deal before the transition period ends on December 31.
The new lice are resistant to commonly used chemical treatments.
The Oscar-winning director and actor Tim Robbins turned his idea for a satirical film into a podcast called Bobbo Supreme.
Gladys Berejiklian, Daniel Andrews, and Queensland Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington are all battling to defend their integrity.
Aged care provider HammondCare is undertaking a novel approach to allowing families to continue to see their loved ones
The Committee is recommending an independent body be established to make decisions about the flag's use.
AMA Victoria has criticised the state's health safety body, warning it has been too slow to respond to the problem of coronavirus transmissions within hospitals.
Polls show him trailing challenger Joe Biden nationally and in all of the main swing states.
Recent polls show Labour is holding a wide lead over the conservative National Party.
Amy Coney Barrett refused to declare if she'd vote to overturn US abortion law.
Readers here and overseas can't can't get enough of the new wave of Australian crime writing.
New research has found that men with poor mental health in adolescence and young adulthood are more likely to father premature babies.
Premier Dan Andrews has conceded the targets underpinning Victoria's roadmap to reopening may need to be revisited but he's warned about the danger of acting too hastily.