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Ebola virus unlikely to reach Australia but authorities prepared if it does:
Person killed by falling tree as wild weather batters Tasmania:
Attorney general to decide who is charged under national security plans:
Tony Abbott calls on airlines to inform passengers if they fly over war zones:
Stepfather jailed for 27 years for murdering toddler in his care:
MH17: memorial service for victims to be held in Melbourne on 7 August:
House Republicans vote to sue Barack Obama over Obamacare:
Nato unprepared for potential threats from Russia, say MPs:
Homebuyers will need a £72,000 deposit if Tories win, says Labour:
MH17: Bishop reacts to claim rebels are laying landmines near crash site:
The Guardian front page, Thursday 31 July 2014: ‘The world stands disgraced’
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Morning Mail: Gaza school shelled; Ebola outbreak:
House approves Veterans Affairs healthcare overhaul:
Supermarket giants in Thailand for prawn #slavery talks via @GdnDevelopment
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US issues unusually firm condemnation of shelling of UN school in Gaza:
UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon issues a statement on #Gaza - live updates
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Country diary: Tynemouth: Twenty minutes of fog:
Liberia takes steps to contain West African ebola outbreak:
UN says 'world stands disgraced' as shelter for Gaza children is shelled by Israel
UN: 'world stands disgraced' as shelter for Gaza children is shelled by Israel:
UK embassy in Libya remains open as French flee fierce fighting:
Supermarket giants in Thailand for prawn slavery talks via @GdnDevelopment
House of Lords launches inquiry into civil use of drones