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Australian woman taken by 'very big' 4-metre-long shark off popular beach in New South Wales

Police said the partial remains of a woman had been found before bad weather stopped the search

Norrie May-Welby poses for a picture after the High Court of Australia ruling on their sex diversity case in Sydney, Australia, 2 April 2014.

Norrie given non-specific gender status in unanimous Australian High Court verdict

“Maybe people will now understand there are more options than the binary," Norrie said after the ruling

A photo taken on 5 Jan2014 shows three dead minke whales on the deck of the Japanese whaling vessel Nisshin Maru, in the Southern Ocean.

Japanese whaling not for science, rules UN International Court of Justice

Japan hunts around a thousand whales in the Southern Ocean each year

A Chinese relative of passengers on board the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 is comforted by a monk as she breaks into tears following prayers at a Buddhist temple in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, Monday March 31, 2014. Relatives from China are in the country to seek answers of what happened to their loved one on board flight MH370.

Missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370: China tells families that protests could harm 'national interests'

The Australian Prime Minister said on Monday that crews are committed to doing 'whatever [they] reasonably can'

Experts have warned the search for the missing plane will not be easy

Malaysian Flight MH370: Black holes, aliens and trips to the Moon - online theories

In the absence of evidence, explanation or understanding, a vacuum has been created.

A Wing Commander of the Royal New Zealand Air Force scours the ocean from the flight deck

Malaysian Flight MH370: Search will be most expensive ever, warns salvage expert

Some small and as yet unidentified objects were said to have been recovered from the Indian Ocean on Saturday but experts have warned that salvaging MH370 in some of the world’s deepest and most turbulent waters will not be easy.

An underwater search-surveying vehicle sits on the wharf ready to be fitted to the defense ship Ocean Shield

MH370: Families' anger at Malaysia officials over 'untested techniques'

As a new search zone is explored, relatives speak of frustration

An object floating in the southern Indian Ocean, photographed by the New Zealand Air Force during the search for the missing plane

Missing Malaysian Flight MH370: Ships pull possible debris from the Indian Ocean in hunt for plane

Ships trying to recover debris from Indian Ocean

The search has changed direction following new data

Missing Malaysian Flight MH370: Search area shifts after Boeing looks at engine data

Change of focus in quest for traces of lost plane yields multiple sightings of possible debris in Indian Ocean

Missing Malaysian Flight MH370: More objects spotted after search area moves 700 miles north

New data shows flight would have run out of fuel faster. Shift means that debris picked up by satellites believed to be from the flight was not the plane

Police are pressing Zaharie Ahmad Shah’s family for information

MH370: 'My father would never have crashed on purpose,' pilot's son insists

The captain of the missing Malaysian airliner would not have deliberately crashed the plane, his son has claimed as new satellite images revealed 300 floating objects – possibly debris – in the frigid Southern Ocean.

Mr Dotcom has consistently denied claims that his file-hosting websites infringed copyright laws

Kim Dotcom to stand as MP: MegaUpload founder launches New Zealand political party based on values of ‘faster internet and online privacy’

Entrepreneur is accused by US of being one of world’s biggest internet pirates

Handout photo of Republic of Korea Navy aircraft arriving to participate in search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370

MH370: Search for missing plane suspended due to bad weather

Australian officials said search and rescue teams were forced to head back to Perth, after latest satellite images revealed 122 objects floating in the Indian Ocean

Satellite images showing locations of potential objects related to the search of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370

Flight MH370: Hopes of finding wreckage rise as satellite pictures show possible debris field in southern Indian Ocean

Hopes have been raised of finding wreckage from the Malaysian Boeing 777 which crashed in unexplained circumstances earlier this month after a French satellite company released recent images of what could be a debris field in the southern Indian Ocean.

Customer fails in attempt to sue prostitute for refund over incomplete sex 'session'

The unnamed customer and the sex worker, who were identified as Mr N and Ms M in court documents, had been in a two-month contractual relationship

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