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Pope Francis could soon visit North Korea after receiving an invitation to the Hermit Kingdom from Kim Jong Un. South Korean President Moon Jae-in couriered the letter to the pontiff during his visit to the Vatican, where he prayed for peace on the Korean Peninsula.
The race to elect a replacement after Malcolm Turnbull was ousted as Prime Minister close to two months ago is nearing its end. Independent candidate Kerryn Phelps is predicted to claim the Liberal-dominated seat from the party’s candidate Dave Sharma. If Mr Sharma loses the seat after voters hit the polls on Saturday, the government will be plunged into a minority. Image: Hollie Adams / News Corp Australia
I feel it coming…wedding bells for The Weeknd and Bella Hadid that is!! The two resparked their romance over the summer but appear to be making plans to settle down. I’m spilling everything we know about their wedding details right now, so stay tuned.
WHEN it comes to property price growth, the action is well and truly beachside.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have had an action-packed day in Melbourne, travelling across the city to meet young leaders and proud monarchists. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent five hours in the city where they learnt about AFL and took a trip to the beach where they met with lifeguards. The Royal couple will travel back to Sydney today.
US President Donald Trump has threatened to deploy the military and close the southern US border as more Hondurans and Salvadorans joined thousands of migrants in Guatemala headed north.
The US has given Saudi Arabia more time to investigate the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi as Turkish investigators searched Riyadh's consulate in Istanbul for a second time in a hunt for clues.
Uhh yeah…Cardi B is NOT holding back when it comes to giving birth to baby Kulture…but she also shed some light on that tweet she posted about bABY NUMBER 2 this week…we’ve got the inside scoop you are craving so stick around.
ISIS has taken nearly 700 people hostage including several European and US Nationals in Syria and has vowed to kill 10 a day, Vladimir Putin has claimed.
Floodwaters in Kasserine, Tunisia, damaged roads on October 17. Two people died as a result of the floods, the Governor of Kasserine said in a statement to the Turkish Anadolu Agency. Roads were closed in the area, local news reported. All Kasserine schools were also closed on Wednesday, according to local media. Footage live-streamed from a bridge over the Oued El Hogueff river shows the floodwaters damaging the bridge. Credit: Shehab al-Saadawi via Storyful