Who was Qandeel Baloch, the Pakistani social media star murdered in apparent 'honour killing'

Who was Qandeel Baloch, the Pakistani social media star murdered in apparent 'honour killing'

“I was determined either to kill myself or kill her.” This was the explanation a Pakistani social media star’s brother gave reporters on Sunday when he confessed to strangling her to death. Previous slideNext slide Pakistani star’s brother admits strangling her Did Melania Trump plagiarise RNC speech? Melania: ‘My husband offers new direction’ Colbert gatecrashes Republican Convention Victim’s mother blames Clinton Baio: Trump ‘means what he says’ Republicans storm out of convention Teen charged with manslaughter over friend’s suicide Pakistani star’s brother admits strangling her ‘No regrets’ says the brother…

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South China Sea patrols will continue despite rising military tensions, RAAF says

South China Sea patrols will continue despite rising military tensions, RAAF says

Posted July 20, 2016 08:29:31 Photo: So far this year Australia has conducted 32 Operation Gateway flights. (RAAF) Australia’s Air Force Chief says he wants to see warships and planes continue to regularly sail and fly into the South China Sea, despite the rising military tensions in the disputed waterway. Key points: No change to previous number of flights, Chief Air Marshall Leo Davies says Continues as Australia’s contribution to preserving regional security and stability in South East Asia This year Australia has conducted 32 Operation Gateway flights His comments…

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One Nation Senate hopeful to stand trial

One Nation Senate hopeful to stand trial

ONE Nation’s lead West Australian Senate candidate has failed in his bid to have a trial over a stealing charge adjourned. He unsuccessfully argued he doesn’t have time to properly prepare before starting his parliamentary role. While the Senate vote is yet to be fully counted, Rod Norman Culleton appears in line for the 11th WA Senate seat, but may be ineligible because he is yet to be sentenced over a NSW conviction for stealing a key from a tow truck driver who was trying to repossess a car his…

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Pokemon hunter arrested on Indonesian military base

Pokemon hunter arrested on Indonesian military base

Updated July 19, 2016 22:28:23 A Frenchman arrested for trespassing on an Indonesian military base has told police he was playing Pokemon Go when he accidentally strayed off course. Romain Pierre, 27, said he was “hunting for Pokemons” during an evening run when he entered the high security compound at Cirebon, West Java, police spokesman Yusri Yunus said. According to Mr Yunus, the French businessman tried to flee when confronted by authorities. He was detained for several hours before being released early Tuesday morning. A local military spokesman urged the…

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How architects fix costly building and renovating mistakes

How architects fix costly building and renovating mistakes

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