'Medical involvement in torture is often discussed in terms of what happens or has happened elsewhere, in some imagined country far away, under a military dictatorship for example, or historically in Nazi Germany or Stalin’s Russia'
Red wine should not be ruled out when the sun does decides to shine in the summer months
Between 1979 and 1996 there were 13 fatal mass shootings – since then, there have been none
'We’ve got a visitor…and he’s f***ing huge'
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The mass of crustaceans was described by one scientist as 'by far the largest I have ever seen ‒ and it's going to get bigger'
Farrokh Sekaleshfar preached in Orlando in March but no evidence he influenced Omar Mateen who killed 49 people in a gay nightclub in Orlando
Snoopy the dog helps to save Bill Winter, 67, and his two adult children from the blaze
The 29-year-old died of his injuries after three days in hospital
Images created in identical style to artwork for 'What makes a real Aussie?' awareness campaign
A 15ft great white shark was later caught by local officials near Falcon, south of Perth
Hailing from a far-flung township, Maymuru has been dubbed Australia's first Aboriginal model
A woman struggled in vain to drag her friend from a crocodile's jaws during a late night swim off a northeast Australian beach, police said on Monday.
Queensland man posed as ‘loving father’ on dating website
Unesco has bowed to pressure from government spin doctors and commercial interests over its report on the Great Barrier Reef. It has allowed money to come before truth
The chapter warned that the natural wonder is ‘deteriorating’ because of ‘multiple threats’ – but it then disappeared from the official report following objections from the Australian government