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Austria: Calls for snap election after resignation of vice chancellor
Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has called for a snap election after the resignation of his vice chancellor over an alleged corruption scandal.
Arnold Schwarzenegger kicked in the back at event in South Africa
Actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has been attacked while out at an event in South Africa, footage shows.
US-Iran tensions: US airlines warned about risk of flying over Persian Gulf
US diplomats have warned that US air carriers and commercial operators flying over the Persian Gulf face a risk from being "misidentified" as tensions between US and Iran continue to escalate.
Eurovision: The Netherlands wins, as Madonna in hot water over Israeli and Palestinian flags
Bookies' favourite The Netherlands has won Eurovision, as Madonna ends up in hot water with organisers after showing Israeli and Palestinian flags during her performance.
Surprise election win for Australia’s Liberal Party-led coalition
Australia's opposition Labor Party leader Bill Shorten has conceded defeat in the country's election.
Israel Folau: Australian rugby star sacked over anti-gay social media post
Rugby Australia has sacked one of its biggest stars for a social media post which was critical of gay people.
Ex-CIA officer jailed after spying for China
A former CIA officer has been sentenced to 20 years in jail after spying for China and trying to expose agents who had been under his charge.
Pigs may complicate US-China trade negotiations
The decline in pig numbers in China could make trade negotiations with the US more complicated, according to new research.
Russia warned 'whale jail' release could risk orcas' survival
Conservationists have warned Russia against its plan to release 10 captive killer whales into the Sea of Japan, rather than where they were originally taken from.
British-Iranians should not travel to Iran - Foreign Office
British-Iranian dual nationals should not travel to Iran, the Foreign Office has said.