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    Vladimir Putin says Russia not using gas as a political weapon and it is ready to help ease Europe's energy crunch
     14 October 2021
    President Vladimir Putin says Russia is ready to help ease Europe's energy crunch as the European Union calls an emergency summit to tackle skyrocketing prices.
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    Australians among Natural History Museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year winners
    13 Oct: The winners of the Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition have been revealed, with some Australians among the winners.... more
    AFL grand final border breachers Hayden Burbank, Mark Babbage given 10-month prison terms
    13 Oct: Two men who breached WA's strict COVID travel laws to attend the AFL grand final are sentenced to 10 months in jail, but most of the terms are suspended.... more
    Havana syndrome reported among US embassy staff in Colombia
    13 Oct: The US embassy in Bogota, one of the largest in the world, includes a strong contingent of agents working in both intelligence and counter-narcotics operations... more
    Boston Marathon winner Marcel Hug misses cash bonus for course record after wrong turn
    13 Oct: Marcel Hug admits he is "really upset" after winning the Boston Marathon for a fifth time, because a brainfade cost him 20 seconds, a new race record and tens of thousands of dollars.... more
    Al Capone belongings fetch more than $3 million at auction
    13 Oct: One of Al Capone's granddaughters says she hopes the various items that were up for auction humanise the notorious gangster, who is believed to be behind multiple murders during his time as a Chicago crime lord in the 1920s.... more
    Gabby Petito was strangled to death up to four weeks before body found, coroner says
    13 Oct: A United States coroner says travel-blogger Gabby Petito, who vanished on a road trip with her boyfriend and later turned up dead, was strangled.... more
    Lebanon's 'Generator Mafia' keep the lights on for a price. Without them, the country falls further into darkness
    13 Oct: Years of corruption and warlord rule has seen Lebanon slowly sink into economic collapse. But who keeps the wi-fi going and the hospital lights on when the government can't? Enter 'Generator Mafia'.... more
    Churches and mosques in Sydney delay reopening to avoid having to turn away the unvaccinated
    13 Oct: Places of worship have been allowed to reopen but many are choosing to wait until NSW reaches 80 per cent fully vaccinated, with religious leaders saying they are uncomfortable with having to tell people they are not welcome.... more
    Kim Jong Un vows to build 'invincible' North Korea military while slamming US for 'creating tensions'
    12 Oct: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un uses an anniversary event to accuse the US of not taking action to prove it has no hostile intent toward his country, vowing to build his country's military capacity.... more

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