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Stocks higher before Yellen, Draghi
European stocks are higher in early trading on Wednesday while Asian share markets have finished mixed.


Trust us with people smuggler: Indonesia
A notorious people smuggler whose history with Australia dates back to 1999 may have gotten as far as Kenya while on the run from Indonesian authorities.


US strike in Afghanistan kills 18
A suspected US drone strike against Islamic State in Afghanistan has killed 18 people.


Cyanide accused denies Aust legal trouble
A woman accused of murdering her friend with a cyanide-laced coffee has denied she had "legal problems" when she was living in Australia.


Indon evacuates tourists after eruption
Indonesian authorities are searching for several hundred tourists after Mount Barujari on Lombok island erupted.


Indon evacuates tourists after eruption
Indonesian authorities are searching for several hundred tourists after Mount Barujari on Lombok island erupted.


Thai Hells Angels murder trial
A Thai provincial court is likely to hand down a verdict against an Australian Hells Angels bikie in a murder and kidnapping trial in November.


Torture 'flourishing' in Thailand: Amnesty
Beatings, waterboarding and mock executions were discovered when Amnesty went to Thailand in response to reports of ill-treatment.


Typhoon hits China after 4 die in Taiwan
Typhoon Megi has hit the east China coast, leaving four dead in Taiwan.


India's Modi scraps visit to Pakistan
Indian PM Narendra Modi says he won't attend a regional summit of South Asian leaders in Pakistan in November.


Typhoon leaves at least 4 dead in Taiwan
At least four people have been killed as Typhoon Megi batters Taiwan.


Stocks up as markets score one for Clinton
Hong Kong shares rose more than one per cent on Tuesday, recovering much of Monday's drop.


14 killed, 13 injured in Nepal bus crash
Fourteen people have been killed in a bus crash in rugged hills in Nepal's north.


Afghan soldiers kill 13 fellow troops
Thirteen Afghan army soldiers have been killed in their sleep in Afghanistan's northern Kunduz province.


Alleged killer had Aust restraining order
The former Australian boyfriend of a woman accused of murdering her friend with a cyanide-laced coffee in Jakarta had told police he feared for his safety.


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