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Amazon boss buys Washington Post for $250m
Jeff Bezos purchases struggling newspaper and its affiliated publications from longtime owner the Graham family.
Last updated: 06 Aug 2013 01:43 GMT
Sharing science is a crime
The more one shares, the more one undermines a future patent application and a system that encourages privatisation.
Last updated: 03 Aug 2013 15:29 GMT
US army overwhelmed by Manning leaks
Judge hears first of 20 witnesses in long sentencing phase of court martial of WikiLeaks whistleblower.
Last updated: 01 Aug 2013 03:58 GMT
Manning sentencing hearing gets under way
Judge will hear more than 20 witnesses in the hearing of US soldier accused of leaking government secrets.
Last updated: 31 Jul 2013 14:29 GMT
Australia: Part of the World Cup furniture
Brazil 2014 will be Socceroos third successive World Cup finals but it has been a topsy-turvy ride for the ageing squad.
Last updated: 31 Jul 2013 12:11 GMT
Japan secure first Asian Cup win
Yuya Osako scores twice as the Blue Samurais overcome a spirited fightback by Australia to earn first tournament win.
Last updated: 25 Jul 2013 15:41 GMT
American's death in Singapore ruled suicide
Coroner says scientist hanged himself but questions about China and high-tech secrets remain.
Last updated: 08 Jul 2013 11:16 GMT
Singapore smog casts diplomatic cloud
Haze from burning palm oil plantations in Indonesia has left the two nations at loggerheads over pollution.
Last updated: 22 Jun 2013 17:42 GMT
Singapore struggles to control cyberspace
A new policy aimed at regulating websites in Singapore has drawn criticism and revived censorship debates.
Last updated: 08 Jun 2013 14:37 GMT
CAR issues arrest warrant for ex-president
Public prosecutor says Francois Bozize, now in exile in Cameroon, is wanted for crimes against humanity.
Last updated: 01 Jun 2013 05:51 GMT
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'Enough is enough': US anti-racism protests
'Justice for All' demonstrations swell across the US over the deaths of African Americans in police encounters.
Uruguayans cautiously welcome former inmates
Six former Guantanamo detainees are now free in Uruguay with some hailing the decision to grant them asylum.
Australia's indigenous incarceration crisis
Disproportionately high number of Aboriginal people in prison highlights inequality and marginalisation, critics say.
Canada's sexual harassment at work problem
Nearly half of Canadians have suffered inappropriate advances on the job - and the political arena is no exception.
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