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Australian Muslim community held a candle light vigils across the country The Australian Muslim community has held a candle light vigils across the country last night to pray for peace in Gaza Thousands gathered in Mosques overnight .In Sydney’s south west  thousands gathered at Lakemba Mosque to pray for Gaza. The Muslim communities raised funds to help Palestinia

More bodies arrive to Netherlands…50 Australian federal police officers on stand by to help secure the MH17 crash site Planes carrying more bodies of MH17 crash site arrived to the Netherlands Today. Prime Minister Tony abbott confirmed there were 50 Australian federal police officers on stand by to help secure the crash site in eastern Ukraine. In the Meantime, Foreign minister Julie Bishop has met last night with

Sydney woman is charged with adultery during a holiday in Lebanon A Sydney woman is charged with adultery during a holiday in Lebanon has pleaded the Australian government for help. Mahassen Issa 29 year-old travelled overseas last month and visited her boyfriend  after recently separating from her husband according to sources. Daily Telegraph reports Today that

42 killed in plane crash in Taiwan At least 42 people have been confirmed dead after a passenger plane crashed of the Taiwanese coast. It is thought the TransAsia Airways flight GE222 hit houses as it came down  in the village of Sisi, a couple of kilometres from Magong airport in Penghu Island. 58 people were on board including 4 c

United Nations Security Council voted in favour of the resolution drafted by Australia The United Nations Security Council has handed down the decision on Australia’s resolution to allow a full and unrestricted access to the crash site of MH17. The United Nations Security Council has voted unanimously  in favour of the resolution drafted by Australia.Russia could of abstained f

Bishop heads to NY and Abbott says: MH17 bodies must be respected Foreign Minister Julie Bishop arrived to the US Today to discuss the deadly Malaysian Airline crash. She spoke to the media earlier as she  takes a leading role in pushing to an international investigation into the tragedy that ended 36 the lives of Australian nationals and residents. Bishop called

Bill Shorten preferred PM for the third consecutive month A new poll has revealed Prime Minister Tony Abbott is still deeply unpopular with voters and opposition leader Bill Shorten remains the preferred PM for the third consecutive month. It seems that the axing of the carbon tax has done very little to improve in the prime ministers ratings according to

ASIO monitoring 60 Australians after returning from Syria amid fears of engaging in terror attack on Australian soil There are new fears of a terror attack on Australian soil  after it was revealed Today that ASIO put  jihadists  who have returned to Australia after fighting in Syria and Iraq on watch. It is estimated according to sources that  60 people have returned to Australia  after supporting the civil

2 Australian gored in Bull run Spain Two Australian men have been gored during a running of Bulls festival in Spain. A 24 year old man suffers from a fractured thigh and another 26 year old man was gored several times  at his chest, stomach and thigh. This is the final and the longest bull run of this year San Fermin festival. [&helli

Carbon tax to be scrapped today The Carbon tax is likely to be scrapped Today when the government’s repeal will go before the senate. The amended bill passed throughout the lower house last night after Prime Minister Tony Abbott struck a deal with Clive palmer. Mr palmer reiterated that his team struck a deal  with the gove